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5’9” Jalon Robertson of Greenville Tech Charter HS (Greenville) – Confident ball handler. Natural leader. Showed deep range and a quick release. 5’9” Omazeon Tinsley of Lancaster HS (Lancaster) – Leader. Tough handle. Confidence. Showed some flash, but remained controlled. Range. Touched the paint. 5’11” Jalen Breazeale of Greenville Tech Charter HS (Mauldin) – Natural point guard. Creates...read more
6’6” 2020 Dillon Jones Keenan High School (Columbia, SC) Jones is such a unique prospect. He has the handle and the vision to initiate offense and make plays. He also has the strength and tenacity as an excellent rebounder, both in and out of his area. He scored the ball well, both on the block and from the wing. Already carrying offers from USC-Upstate, Presbyterian, SC State and College of...read more
CLICK HERE to Watch Archived Full Game Video via Baller TV 6’ Mason Carver (Lexington HS) – Played downhill on both ends of the floor. Defended the point of attack very well, very tough. Got to the rim regularly. 6’ Isaiah Archie (Oceanside Collegiate) – Quick on quick lead guard. Really played aggressively but with a great pace. Scored and distributed well and defended the point of attack with...read more
South Carolina’s most sought-after prospect in the 2019 class came off the board today as he spurned traditional powers Duke and Michigan State as well as the local favorite Clemson to choose Rick Barnes and the Tennessee Volunteers. At the end of the day, the decision is not much of a surprise if you knew much about the recruitment. Tennessee was the first high major program to offer Josiah,...read more
South Carolina’s 2019 Rankings 6’7” Marlow Gilmore Hunter Kinard Tyler (Neeses, SC) SC 2019 Ranking: 15th Current Offers: South Carolina St, Lincoln Memorial You cannot watch Gilmore and not get incredibly excited about his length and explosion. Perhaps the most explosive kid in the state of South Carolina, he is a true defensive dynamo, able to defend the 1-5 at the D1 level. Gilmore’s...read more
By Jamie Shaw & Jeff Bendel This week ESPN NBA Draft Analyst Mike Schmitz called Ja Morant his top standout of the camp labeling him, “The Intriguing Long-Term Prospect.” A play of Morant’s went viral this week from a video of an alley-oop where his head was clearly over the rim. It was impressive as the video itself got close to 100,000 views and was picked up by media, Bleacher Report...read more