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Charlotte Royals. In March a group of basketball players from around the State of Oklahoma came together in North Oklahoma City for a Saturday and Sunday of pure basketball skill development, improvement, and of course some full court play. In a time and era when we sometimes hear negative comments about todays youth it is an absolute pleasure to be a part of an event such as this.
As a long time college basketball coach, I love to see young players outside of their season working on their fundamental skills and putting in time trying to improve their game and grasp their dreams. The Combine had players from the 7th grade through 11th grade, from throughout the State. One court had primarily 7th and 8th graders, another had primarily 9th and 10th graders, while the third court had the older 10th and 11th graders.
The older court was manned by Coach Carl Henry, a former collegiate star at Kansas and a professional player of several teams and leagues. One of the things I really like about the Athletes First program is that it is NOT just a weekend of pick-up play games. There is a testing phase of the camp to assess wing span, vertical, and numerous physical attributes. There is a heavy emphasis on fundamental skills. The early part of the day is devoted entirely to fundamentals before any play begins. As I evaluated the Combine, it was evident there was a lot of talent in each of the age groups.
When evaluating players, I always like to point out that players can always play themselves both up and down during the next few months or years. Many times this is the case of very young kids. However, that is going to change a bit over the next three years, as I see many prospects with Division I potential coming up through the ranks.
The vast majority of those players were at this weekend event. It will be interesting to evaluate the progress of these kids over the Spring and Summer of as many of them step out and compete on a Regional and National level. There are plenty of reasons to be excited about the future of Oklahoma High School basketball over the next several years.
Being the best team in Oklahoma is usually good enough for a national ranking in the mids. However, the Douglass Trojans could prove to be a very strong exception to that way of thinking. Most were not developed in the Warrior program and most had already been highly hyped and played with the Wariors for a tournament or two. Larry was well known to go and get players for the big tournaments.
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Players who previously were not on any of his rosters. The Fire rarely adss players for a tourney if ever. They do their shoppoing for the high profile in the beginning. Another difference between the Fire and the Warriors is that while both were fully sponsored Bulter would still charge some to play while no kid has ever payed to play for the Fire.
Butler saying what he did about Bill Cole a couple of years back tells the story about the guy.
He's an amatuer politician. Around the country, AAU has it's share of issues with "coaches". Chicago might be the worst place in the country in regards to the personalities associated with the system; it is just ripe with guys trying to play "the advocate" angle. People ask why the NCAA closed the April evaluation period, and the official answer is to disincent players from missing school, but I think the real reason is a straight-on attempt to pull in the reigns on summer basketball.
I could see a day in the future where the NCAA are the ones sanctioning summer events, and by extension the summertime coaches. You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Paste as plain text instead. Only 75 emoji are allowed. Display as a link instead. Clear editor. Back to the zone for the Comets as they go to the half up The Comets keep the lead as the game stays close. Jordair Jett with a 3 and an assist to Thompson.
Shaun Condon providing all the offense for the Comets as we go forward. That keeps the Comets close. Finally a nice catch of a lob and reverse layup by Carlos Emory puts Grassroots back on top with left. Condon still scoring for the Comets. Quincey Bethea with a big triple with 90 seconds left for a Grassroots lead. Comets run a play and get nothing out of it. Finally with 5. Out of a timeout, Riewer throws up an early halfcourt prayer and Grassroots hangs on Zach Noreen's performance for the Comets also worth noting in this one.
Session 8 16U Playin games here. KC moves on ECI 16s vs Playground Elite 15s in another playin game. He has a pair of 3 point plays and a hoop to tie the game at 48 with left. ECI nails a 3 with 52 seconds left to tie the game at Playground turns it over with 35 seconds left but they turn it over with 16 seconds left.
Playground fouled with 13 seconds left but they miss both. Pirtle grabs the offensive board of the 2nd miss and puts it back with 8 seconds left for the Playground Elite win. He 3rd triple of the half gives Grassroots a lead at the 11 minute mark. Jordair Jett picks up 2 quick fouls for a total of 3 with left in the half and he'll have to sit.
KC goes zone with left in the half but Grassroots not phased by it in this one. Trevor Releford with a monster half as well for KC. Carlos Emory with a big alley-oop dunk, Jett with a hoop and Emory with a tip in and Jett with a jumper. Grassroots gets the lead to But Releford has a big sequence. A layup, then a block on Jett that Releford gets back and scores on the other end. Worse yet Jett hacks him in the act for the And 1 which is his 4th foul. Much to the amazement of many, Jett stays in the game. I think not. Ricky Kreklow for 3 with left and then another KC hoop cut the lead back to 1, Grassroots with left and now Jett will sit.
You need him against this run. He's back at Bethea with a pair of clutch jumpers around Jett's re-entry. Bethea with an assist to Noreen at Releford with a layup at and the lead is Grassroots. Bethea with another clutch J at KC scores and Jett counters with a tough layup on the other end with 40 seconds left. KC scores and Grassroots turns it over on the inbounds as Jett went long and the pass went short with KC underneath inbounds to Kreklow who's standing in front of an official and is on the sideline.
Ref makes the call but Al Sharpton rules a push on the play from his halfcourt position. In a moment of poetic justice, Kreklow misses the front of the bonus. KC has to give a bunch of fouls 3 or 4 before Bethea misses a front end with 6. Releford comes flying back the other way and he bowls over Emory with 1. Grassroots wins in a fantastic game. Session 10 6 16U Round of 16 Games.
HP Black 15s hung around with the All Iowa Attack Red squad until an run at the 10 minute mark of the 2nd half put the game away. Final Results below. Session 11 Final 2 16U Round of 16U games. Playground Elite 16s give up the 1st basket of the 2nd half to have their lead vs Howard Pulley 17 White cut to 5, but a run pushes the lead to HP goes on defense and can't hit a shot on the other end. The game sits on for almost 7 minutes.
Playground Elite moves on That extends to at the half as they move on. Chris Monter wins his shooting game series on the day. We all need something to keep awake. Playground Elite 16s vs Comets 16s. Much to my horror, Jayme Moten has taken Minnesota's greatest hair and turned it into cornrows. Ah, Longstreet is playing up with the Playground Elite 17s as they lead Team Nebraska at the half. But their 2nd half defense of pick and roll is porous at best. Up 3 late, Playground turns it over for a layup. Cinmeon Bowers big body, that surprised me as I thought he was Jon Macklin with 1 of 2 with 30 seconds left for a 2 point game.
A Team NE miss, 1 of 2 and the miss putback by Playground and they win AIA cuts it to 14 with to go but HP rolls from there Chad Calcaterra with 3 blocks that I saw. The zone works for a run to end the half, KC. The lead gets cut to 6 and then 5 late but Trevor Releford won't let KC lose. They win U of M visitor Ricky Kreklow with a nice performance in this one and there was no good answer for Releford.
Moral of the story, watch SYF again tomorrow. We get underway late thanks to the Warriors late arrival, but after a quick warmup, its only 5 minutes late. After a Warriors start, Attack responds with a run of their own for a lead at Oregon State signee Ahmad Starks then goes nuts for the Warriors once, twice and give me all 3 of these sick step back triples. Add in a layup for 11 straight Warriors points.
Brandon Spearman then with a triple and coast to coast to beat the halftime buzzer and that cuts the Attack lead to at the break. Spearman 11 and 5, Starks 3 triples for 13 points for the Warriors. Barnes keeping it going in the 2nd half. Add on an Attack triple and the lead is out to 8 with 5 minutes to play. Then Antonio Jones explodes.
He has a sweet putback dunk and on the next possession he goes up with 1 hand grabs a rebound and cocks it back and almost rips the rim off while getting fouled to send the crowd into a frenzy. He also had an earlier putback dunk that got caught on front iron that would have been huge too. That dunk was even better than Carlos Emory posterizing Marquis Mason 2 weeks ago. But he misses the FT and the Attack still lead by 1, , with left.
Spearman getting the assigment guarding Barnes down the stretch but after the teams trade buckets he fouls out on a cheap foul with left. Dwayne Evans goes back to guarding Barnes and Barnes immediately takes him for a lefty layup with left. Attack by 3 at that point and Barnes with a block on the other end. Starks with a bucket with 1 minute left as the Warriors got the loose ball and then Starks with the steal with 30 seconds left.
He throws the lob to Jones who almost gets undercut. He makes the 1st and misses the 2nd but the misses is tipped out of bounds to the Warriors with We're tied at The Attack give 3 fouls on Starks, the last with 4. Starks gets the ball in the backcourt, goes by Barnes and has a clean look at an NBA 3 that's no good and we'll play OT. A quick trade of buckets to start the OT. Barnes cuts the Warriors lead to 2 with left before Jones gets another dunk, this time on a alley-oop. The Warriors then try to give the game away.
They miss a front end of the bonus, then leave Zach McCabe for 3 and miss another 1 and 1 with The entire building knows where this ball is going. Barnes gets the inbounds, brings it across the timeline and uses a high-screen to his left. Its one of our favorite officials Al Sharpton and he's got a 5 second call on Barnes. Barnes had the ball the entire time Can't say if the call was good or bad, but it was gutsy.
After 1 Warriors FT, the Attack have 1 more chance with the ball being inbounded from halfcourt. Barnes gets the ball 15 FT away right baseline and tries to go up over a double team. No chance and the Warriors win in a classic. I had him from the field and from the line. Zach McCabe with 19 points. Lefty Brandon Stubbs did a nice job on both ends against the quicker Warriors guards. Trayvonn Wright continued to build on his nice performance at the Jayhawk Invitational last week.
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He's a thin 6'8 but he's a nice presence on the defensive end for them. For the Illinois Warriors. Ahmad Starks finishes with 20 points. Definitely the leader of the team, quick and a streaky shooter. Brandon Spearman with 15 points. Both him and Dwayne Jones were very physical when guarding Barnes which I think contributed to the poor shooting performance. Here are my thoughts going into the Howard Pulley Sabes Invitational. I love the irony of seeing the Demons in the same pool after HP beat the Demons by 40 in pool play only to lose to them in the quarters last season.
All Iowa Attack has their 2nd team in this bracket. The Demons come in with 6'7 forward Floyd Campbell who was an honorable mention all-city pick in Chicago. Beal fantastic last weekend in St. Beal's a 6'3 smooth shooting guard with a versatile game. Kansas, Missouri, Purdue, Florida and Illinois are listed as offering him. I can only hope Nebraska big Elliot Eliason is with them, but I highly doubt it.
But being a Wisconsin guy only the Playground Elite matter to me here. He's 7 in the wishoops. He had a decent showing at the East Metro Showcase in January. He was a monster when I saw him at the start of last season. Kansas State has offered and his stock is quickly rising.
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The Dakota Schoolers bring in a few familiar faces. He had previously committed to Kentucky before John Calipari took that job. The Mac Irvin Fire are absolutely loaded with talent. Rivals rankings for their roster. He's committed to Illinois. The Illini also get a big guy from the roster in 69 ranked 6'11 center Meyers Leonard. Scout has those players ranked 6, 37 and 29 respectively. And that's just the class. The Fire also feature 2 of the top prospects in the nation. He has an Illinois offer. He's been offered by Texas and Illinois. All Iowa Attack brings in Scout.
But don't overlook 6'5 wing Zach McCabe. He received an Iowa offer after all of the defections from that program.
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A glue player with great effort. No Vander Blue for them this weekend which is a shame for a Badger fan like me. The MN Comets Elites will have their deep roster on hand with guys like wing Taylor Filipek but they will throw 10 guys at you in waves. Houston Hoops is also stacked. Reese especially is a star in the making. But its not just guards. Home cooking, mmm, mmm. He missed the Comets tournament so I'm looking forward to seeing him.
MSB not spectacular but always solid and ready to pounce on the team that doesn't take them seriously. I'm hearing they may have 1 other noteworthy addition too. The 17s except for 1 game are done with the 8 PM game and don't play until Sunday morning I see the early playoff rounds as a formality. They both made the Jayhawk all-tourney team last weekend. What a weekend down in Kansas for a bunch of Minnesota teams. Here's how PNR might tell you their weekend unfolded. Team left at AM, was setup at a hotel 30 minutes away from the games big convention in KC this week.
Pump N Run plays sluggish but gets 20 points from Jason Perkins. He looks like a post, but don't discount his ability to handle like a guard. He was used against a big 6'7 pound behemoth 1 on 1 and in clear outs against the press. PNR wins by A bit of halftime encouragement leads to a 2nd half as PNR wins Aaron Ziman for 16 points. Shelby Moats with 7 points. Due to illness he missed the last 2 games of the tournament. A very smooth 6'3 wing who can finish and shoot it while creating for others. Don't be surprised to see him very high in the next round of rankings that come out.
He'll be here with the St. Louis Eagles 17s in the Sabes Invite this weekend. Beal is being looked at by Kansas amongst other high majors so its a very partisan crowd. PNR gives up some transition hoops during the 1st half but still leads at the break. In the 2nd half, the Eagles dominate the offensive glass and their point guard Shaq Noga controls the game.
Beal with 17 points but most of them came when Kyle Noreen wasn't guarding him. Alex Richter was a bright spot with 23 points. Eagles win with the big 2nd half. Eagles win the pool so that means PNR gets the extra bracket game. Game 4: Howard Pulley Black If this matchup were next year, it'd be big news.
The matchup of the top 17U programs didn't materialize but we do get this and the kids were fired up for it. PNR dominates the 1st half with a lead via outstanding defense. HP upped the intensity in the 2nd half and came all the way back to make it interesting. Its's a 4 point game late when Jonah Travis gets loose vs the press for a dunk and that's a dagger.
The lead gets back to double digits. Aaron Ziman 8 pts, 8 rebs and a handful of assists. Jonah Travis and Alex Richter with 12 each. Evan Battle impressive inside against the slew of PNR bigs. Here's the Howard Pulley point of view from their website. After trailing most of the game the Panters cut the lead to 4 points with under 2-minutes remaining but couldn't sustain the comeback and lost their first game of the tournament.
Evan Battle really played hard in this game and showed a great deal of heart grabbing 10 rebounds, scoring 4 points and playing great defense. Nothing like starting a game like this at 10 PM. PNR at the half but they are absolutely dead. Second half goes back and forth with neither team able to pull away.
The Bison putback a miss with 5 seconds left for a 2 point lead. Travis catches the inbound, takes 3 dribbles and lays the ball in the hoop and we'll go to OT tied at Travis makes 1 of 2 to start the OT, after a long Bison possession, he gets a great block on the other end. That earns Travis 2 more free throws with 25 seconds left. The Bison run a play looking to tie it but Travis jumps in the passing lane and steals it to steal the game.
Travis with the last 8 PNR points of the game.
He finishes with Great resolve by the kids to get through a very difficult game where there was nothing in the tank. Team doesn't arrive back to the hotel until AM, bed time at AM. Up at for the AM game. Quarterfinals: Ramey Basketball Ramey very athletic at the guard spot and PNR is still beat from the rough night not very far in the past. Alex Richter with 23 points in the easy win. He's been so good getting to the basket that he hasn't needed to make outside shots. That's a silent part of his game that continues to show up more in the summer. Best offensive game of the year for PNR.
Alex Kreuser from 3 in the 1st half. Total of 18 points. Jonah Travis FGs for 14 points. Nice job by Aaron Ziman to handle the slew of small quick guards like himself that the Truth sent at him. Jonah Travis gets the opportunity to sign a poster in this one. Championship: St. Close game late when Beal goes nuts. He hits a 3 on Ethan Petrill. Kyle Noreen comes back to guard Beal and Beal makes a sick 3. PNR up 1 with about 40 seconds left when Travis goes up for a dunk and runs into a brick wall of denial.
The Eagles hold and get a turnaround out of the post with 5 second or so left for a 1 point Eagles lead. Long pass to Travis and Beal runs him over. Travis to the line for 2 freebies. Timeout Eagles. A 3 quarter court shot is right on line but bounces off the backboard long and PNR takes the Jayhawk championship. Jonah Travis with 16 and 6 and 7 blocks. Those blocks were influences on Beal's drives into the lane. Alex Richter Ethan Petrill 4 of 7 from deep. PNR kept the Eagles off the offensive glass and continued the sound defense see the 3 charges taken by Jason Perkins.
Mike Yahnke with a couple of blocks in the game as well. Aaron Ziman named to the all-tourney team for his team management. Alex Richter was a star all tournament and Jonah Travis very easily could have made it for his clutch performances to win 2 games. PNR with a much needed week off this week before trying to defend their title at the Festival of Teams 6 of those kids were on the MN Magic Elite 15s that won it last year.
Followup to April period being closed. In April, I posted a FoxSports. Andy Katz of ESPN has a different take on it by pointing out that the coaches wanted to see the players but stood up for the principle of closing the period. Are they trying to have it both ways? Here's the link to the ESPN article. But that doesn't mean its all quiet on the recruiting trail. How about speaking at a clinic? What does that have to do with recruiting you ask. Well, the director of a certain clinic just so happens to be an AAU coach with one of the top 10 kids in class Joe Jackson of Memphis White Station, made an appearance at the TWolves shootout.
John Calipari, Bruce Pearl etc, you'd be well advised to speak if you want any chance to get Jackson. While I didn't get the chance to attend the Magic Invite, here's some info that was passed along to me about the weekend. They survived foul trouble from Deron Murphy in the 2nd half and survived with a 5 point win. Magic Blue blew out Magic Red Only a 10 point margin at the break and that was after a run to end the half. The margin exploded to 25 in the 1st 5 minutes of the 2nd half as Blue kept up defensive pressure.
Tyler is an athletic wing who might be a major secret out there. Yikes, wouldn't we all like to have a roster like that. I think they were with the 09ers. Magic Black defeated that group in the semis. Magic Gold over Grassroots in the other semifinal. Black over Gold in the title game. Kevin Thompson lighting it up with 27 in the semis and 34 in the championship game. Why JUCOs aren't all over this kid escapes me. Performances like this make me hate having to pick and choose between events.
The Heat can't hit a shot in the 1st half and SW leads at the break in a major shocker. Zach Riedeman goes off in the 2nd half for the Heat, SW can't hit a shot and the 2nd half is a another world as the Heat beat SW Riedeman finishes with at least 20 points. Southside before a brief Heat comeback. Southside moves on Jeremiah Tolbert with a 3 point play in the last minute for Select to send the game to OT. Then he makes a layup with 45 seconds left in OT for a lead. Select James hangs on Session 3 Heat Elite 17s with a quick turnaround as they get 43 Hoops-Hemmingsen in the 1st 17U quarterfinal.
Vinard Birch from the top 17U team for 43 Hoops making an appearance in the stands in this one. Nick Quicksell with a hot start in the 2nd half to keep the game close. Chris McMorris Osseo with the big dagger triple to end the run with left. The anticipated matchup of Dominique Dawson 43 Hoops vs Ryan Duxbury MN Heat inside never really materialized which was disappointing to me as a fan as it would have been fun to see them get a big number touches against each other.
Session 4 The other 3 17U quarters are here. Select with a 1st half lead of 6 that gets cut to 1 at the break. In 16U, 43 Hoops II struggled early with Wizard's Den but got thru that for a 15 point halftime lead and a victory. Heat Elite 16s continue to crush opponents as they had a halftime lead on Comets White, final there. They get a strip with 5 seconds left and make 2 FTs for a victory. Session 6 To the semifinals for the 17U bracket. A triple at the halftime horn gives 43 Hoops Carr a halftime lead.
Still an 11 point game with 10 minutes left but a run over 2 minutes takes care of that and 43 Hoops Carr moves on to the the title game with a win.