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By: Tommy Michaels This weekend at the JMAC Showcase in Fort Mill, SC there was an immense talent pool ranging from 12U to 17U. I was stationed at Nation Ford High School and took in over 15 games throughout the weekend. Here are some of the standouts, in no particular order, that made an impression on me. Let’s get into it! Yaturi Bolton (6’4 2021 G – Lowcountry Bulldogs) Bolton’s length and...read more
In the 16U Blue Division Silver Championship game two talented teams faced off as Team Winston 2021 squared up against Team CP3 2022. Team Winston got off to a blistering start thanks in part to 5’10 G Tyriek Leach who finished the game with a team-high 17 points and was doing so in a number of ways. After a slow start, Team CP3 began to get their footing. 5’11 PG Khalil Marshall seemingly took...read more
6′ Jaquante Harris Hoke County HS (Raeford, NC) Harris is a tough player who you cannot put into an archetype bubble. Just know he steps on the floor and makes plays on both ends. The guard has a tough handle and is a lock up point of attack defender. He is a very good rebounder and has the ability to both attack the paint or shoot from range. Without question he should be seeing offers...read more
Last week I started a pre-season series of articles about some of the guys within the HoopState that have a major chance to breakout that can be read here. Here is part two of the series and the final featuring 2021s that should have huge sophomore seasons. Lets take a look at the young stars! 6’0 2021 Khalil Marshall: Pender High School Marshall is a supremely talented young guard that...read more
5’11 2021 Khalil Marshall: WCBA 16U Marshall is a bonafide problem playing up an age group with a really talented WCBA 16U group and he can kill you from either guard spot. he knows how to run a team as a score first player without settling for bad shots, yet still finding a way to get buckets at will, and he can play off the ball doing a great job moving without it in his hands at all times...read more