Updated March 9th
Quadree Smith | 6’8” | 280 | Power Forward | Paul VI HS | Fairfax VA
Offers: Kennesaw St., Nebraska, UNC Greensboro, Rider, Radford, Towson
Darien Bryant | 6’4” | 185 | Guard | St. Johns HS | Maryland
About: “Bryant (6-4) is a glue guy for St. John’s, a big-bodied wing who knows how to use his weight and finish at the rim. He showed some surprising explosiveness for a kid of his size. He rebounds the ball, makes good passes, and can hit the occasional mid-range jumper. He can continue to develop into a low Division I prospect.”–MarylandHoops.net 12/2/12
Tre Thomas | 6’2” | 175 | Shooting Guard | Good Counsel HS/Team Takeover | Olney MD
About: “Tre is a very good athlete who can really get to the basket. He also employs a consistent pull up jumper. His ability to get by defenders allows him to get these shots off. He is also a good rebounder on both ends of the floor and can play harrassing defense on good offensive players. He needs to get stronger and avoid dribbling into trouble. Tre seems to have mid major potential as well.”– DMVElite.com
Known Offers: Kennesaw St.
Grant Sims | 6’2” | 170 | Point Guard | Bloomington North HS/Team Blaze | Bloomington IN
About: “Grant is a great athlete with explosive jumping ability. He is very good at attacking the rim off the dribble, an aggressive offensive player. He also shoots the ball well from the perimeter. Grant can play either the point or off the ball at the next level in my opinion.” —IndianaRecruitingGuide.com
Bryant McIntosh | 6’2” | 180 | Guard | Greensburg HS | Greensburg IN
ESPN Grade: 87
Isaac Haas | 7’0” | 270 | Center | Hokes Bluff HS/Atlanta Celtics | Piedmont AL
ESPN Grade: 67
About: “Isaac was an impact whenever he stepped on the floor. Haas is a rare talent, standing 7’1 and weighing in at a muscular 270 pounds and even wears a size 22 shoe, he dominates in the lane. He has hands better than any 7 footer I’ve seen at his age and for a player who has very little training in the paint is pretty good with his back to the basket. Unlike most 7 footers his age Isaac is extremely good on his feet and runs the floor with ease. Haas is an impact on every possession whether it be swatting and changing shots at the defensive end or getting fed in the paint and scoring at will. In due time Haas will be on the radar of many high majors from all around the country. Aside from being an elite basketball prospect Haas also excels in the classroom. He boasts a 4.0 GPA and though he is only 16 has already scored a 24 on his ACT. You can catch Haas this upcoming weekend at the Adidas Super 64 Tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada.”–RocWithMe.com 7/23/12
“It’s hard to miss Haas when he walks in the gym. The big fella brought back memories of Eric Montross as the center has good/strong hands and a body to go with his 7’0 frame. Haas showed the ability to run the floor well for someone his size” —ESPN.com 4/26/12
Cameron Gregory | 6’8” | 190 | Forward | St. Stephens & St. Agnes School | Alexandria VA/Waldorf MD
About: ” I completed my sophomore year with a 3.68 GPA despite having a 3 hour round-trip commute to school” “I transferred from Bishop O’Connell HS to St. Stephens & St. Agnes School. As a result, I’m now in the class of 2014. Sometimes, change is necessary for growth. I am always trying to improve myself on and off the court. I hope to raise my GPA , make principal’s list all 4 quarters, do more community service and join a club. I am a 6’8 swing-man. I am willing to do whatever it takes to help my team win and I pride myself on being a good teammate. I am coachable, a good rebounder and passer. I have good court vision and a high basketball IQ. I have been told that I have tremendous ‘upside’ and I will continue to work on all aspects of my game. Any program would benefit from having a hardworking, focused scholar athlete like me.” — NCSASports.org
Jordan Abdur-Ra’oof | 6’6” | 195 | Small Forward | Gonzaga College HS | Washington DC
Roderick Mills | 6’7” | 185 | Power Forward | St. Xavier HS | Cincinnati OH
Stats and Accomplishments: 6.7 ppg and 4.2 rpg sophomore year.
About: “Few are more talented in the 2014 class than the 6’7 Mills. He’s a skilled wing player who can shoot the ball with range and is becoming tougher attacking the basket off the dribble. As he improves his physicality it is conceivable that Mills will become one of Ohio’s most highly recruited prospects. He’s gotten better athletically and appears more confident on the court of late.” —TripleDoubleProspects.com 6/2/12
“Evaluation: Skilled wing prospect with great length and versatility Roderick has unlimited potential. Good shooter from mid-range that can hit the three with time he is able to create his own shots with good creativity and the ability to handle the ball. Not the strongest player yet but physical enough to overpower smaller defenders and score over them he is best, at this point, in taking bigger opponents out on the wing. Bottom Line: As he adds strength and continues to refine his skills Roderick will have a chance to be a high major player. Already receiving interest from several Big 10 schools as well as Xavier, Dayton, and Cincinnati.” —TripleDoubleProspects.com 8/26/11
“Freshman Roderick Mills, who scored 7 points, was extremely impressive in the first varsity game that CPHR has had a chance to see him play. Mills showed a good understanding of when to pick his spots to attack in St. Xavier’s disciplined offense and was active on the glass as well. Once he gains strength and adds a little more to his ball skills the sky is the limit for this young player.” —CincyPrepHoopsReport.blogspot.com 3/2/11
Javon Bess| 6’5” | 185 | Small Forward | Lincoln HS (Transferred from Pickerington Central) | Gahanna OH
About: “Evaluation: Point forward who is long, athletic, and constantly making plays with his high motor. “JB” can handle the ball against pressure in the full-court, attack the rim in the half-court, pass, score inside, and shoot the ball when he has time to set his feet. Truly versatile offensive player who is probably even better on the defensive end. Good feet, long arms, and anticipation skills allow him to lock down multiple spots. Bottom Line: Very intriguing prospect who should continue to improve as his ball-skills do. Shows the ability to possibly become a PG down the road, where he would have great size.”–TripleDoubleProspects.com 9/6/11
“Truly versatile offensive player who is probably even better on the defensive end. Good feet, long arms, and anticipation skills allow him to lock down multiple spots.” —UDHoopsRecruiting
“Javon Bess has had an impressive spring thus far, as well. Against the REACH Legends, Bess notched 8 points and played the role of facilitator in the offense. The 6-5 Bess was adept at exploiting mismatches, often shooting over smaller defenders while taking bigger defenders off the dribble for a drive-and-kick.” —UMHoops.com 5/10/12
Tre Campbell | 6’1” | 160 | Point Guard | St. John’s College HS | Washington D.C
About: ” The tournament MVP is a baby physically, but he’s very quick and competitive and sets the tone for his team. He made solid passes and scored in transition, at times beating the other team up the floor, and scored 17 points to help lead his team with the pool on the line.” —Hoopville.com 4/4/12
“Back 2 back 3s to kick off 16u orange title. Team Takeover 2014 PG Love his game & demeanor. Natural leader” —@BigShotsReport on Twitter 5/27/12
“Campbell is a slender, but quick guard. He keeps his head up and is always scanning the floor for open teammates. He has a smooth release and good rotation on his shot. Campbell did a good job of orchestrating his team from the guard position.” —Hoopgroup.com 7/8/11
Grant Benzinger | 6’4” | 180 | Combo Guard | Moeller HS | Cincinnati OH
About: “Evaluation: Smooth guard with a silk jumper and a nice handle Grant is a true triple threat offensively. Capable of attacking the basket and making plays himself or for teammates he sees the floor well and plays under control. Very good shooter with a quick release that can hit from three off the spot up or off of a screen.
Bottom Line: Talented guard with a passion for the game, will most likely be one of Cincinnati’s top players by his junior year.” —TripleDoubleProspects.com 8/26/11
“On Sunday at the Top 50 Showcase Benzinger was as impressive as anyone playing, while competing against players that were significantly older then him. A pure shooting off guard with the ability to handle the ball, score craftily around the rim, and distribute Benzinger is one to keep an eye on.” —CincyPrepHoopsReport.Blogspot.com 5/5/11
Known Offers: Wright St.
Interest: Kennesaw St., Belmont, Davidson, Toledo, Akron
Jarvis Calhoun | 6’0” | 155 | Combo Guard | Hewitt Trussville HS | Trussville AL
Stats and Accomplishments: Birmingham News All-North/East Team 18.6ppg
About: “Jarvis Calhoun is one of the best pure-shooters we have seen this weekend regardless of age, and he continued his impressive stroke tonight. He poured in a couple of three-pointers to go along with some drives to the basket to keep the defense on their toes” —Future150.com
“Smooth shooting lefty who can hurt you from anywhere on the court. Has good court savvy and doing more attacking the basket.”–LeagueLineup.com 3/16/11
Brotherly push moves Jarvis Calhoun to starring role for Hewitt-Trussville–(By Jacob Carpenter of the Birmingham News 1/19/11)
Grant Bryant | 6’6” | 195 | Forward | Kell HS | Marietta GA
Stats and Accomplishments: Averaged 15.5 ppg and 9 rpg as a sophomore
Appeared in 24 games and started 13 games as a freshman. He averaged 10.1 PPG, 5.7 Rebs, 55% FG, and 55% FT. He was selected as the 2010-11 Most Improved Player Award.
About: “You have to like when you see players that have obviously been in the gym improving their games. Bryant has definitely been in the gym and it showed over the weekend. He is a face up four man right now and will be interesting to see the fight in him over the summer for the Ga. Stars 16U. Bryant lining up on the block will certainly be a good thing as he will cause mismatches as he drags slower big men off of the block where he can go around them with either hand. On the block he caused trouble because he is a lefty. Bryant made himself hard to guard by staying active on the offensive glass and used a quick first step to get to the rim.” —CourtCred.com 5/12/12
“Great natural ability in the post. He knows his role well and doesn’t try to play beyond the post. He sticks to the inside and dominates. Great back to the basket game. Bryant’s timing on rebounds allows him to dominate on the boards. He also has a soft shooting touch. Bryant can be a little inconsistent and will press to make shots when he should pass to an open man. Bryant is also good ball-handler.”– d1spects.com 2/28/10
John Carlos Reyes | 6’8” | 230 | Power Forward/Center | Collins Hill HS | Suwanee GA
About: “Long athletic forward, runs the floor well, receiving high major interested. Defensive threat, developing offensive skill set, one of the biggest surprises of the camp” —OnTheRadarHoops.com 11/16/11
Known Offers: Kennesaw St.
Interest: George Mason, Western Carolina
Devin Mitchell | 6’4” | 180 | Point Guard | Collins Hill HS/GA Stars | Suwanee GA
About: “One of the better guards in the 2014 class in the state, Mitchell is a long, crafty guard with a high basketball IQ. Mitchell showed the ability to knock down several shots behind the arc, attack the lane and finish with a combination of floaters and pull up’s.” —OnTheRadarHoops.com 11/16/11.
“Devin showcased a great change of speed and high basketball IQ in the Norman Parker Elite Showcase. Devin is a long and wiry guard that shoots the ball well and constantly gets a piece of the paint; he finds different ways to hurt the defense. He is an excellent spot up shooter with good range.” —OnTheRadarHoops 4/16/12.
Kendall Crute| 6’3” | 175 | Point Guard | North Cobb Christian (transferred from Kell) | Marietta GA
Stats and Accomplishment: Freshman year averaged 11.0 PPG, 2.0 RPG, 2.5 APG, 2 SPG, 35.7 FG%, 33.00 3PT%, and 72.9 FT%
About: At 6’3 Kendall’s size is a big strength for the position, Kendall can score the ball in a variety of ways, he attacks the rim on the break where he is strong enough to score through contact or draw the foul or pull up for the jump shot. Kendall performed well this past spring, his recruitment has picked up with several SEC programs expressing interest.–OnTheRadarHoops 5/30/12.
Interest: Clemson, Georgia Mason, University of Georgia, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, N.C Wilmington, South Carolina, Tennessee, Tennessee Tech, Wright St., Alabama, Mississippi St., Miami (FL), DePaul, Boston U
Tyler Williams| 6’1” | 170 | Point Guard | Lakota West HS | Cincinnati OH
Stats and Accomplishments: “Williams finished his second season on varsity and first as a full-time starter by averaging 10.8 points and 2.2 assists per game. He made 43.2 percent of his field-goal attempts, 36.9 percent of his three-point shots and 80 percent of his free throws. He was selected to the all-GMC second team.” –WestChesterBuzz.com
About: “Williams was raining threes on the day that he received his second Division I offer (Miami-OH). A well built 6’1 pass first guard that is a solid decision maker and an intense defender, Williams is the hand that stirs the pot for his loaded QCP 16u team.”–TripleDoubleProspects.com 6/2/12
Known Offers: Kennesaw St., Miami (OH)
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Nick Gorski | 6’8” | 215 | Power Forward | Cosby HS | Midlothian VA
Biggest Offers: Appalachian St.
Interest: Clemson, Virginia, Wake Forest
Atlantic Sun Interest: Kennesaw St. (Jacksonville)
Alec Turner | 5’11” | ??? | Point Guard | Marion HS | Marion IN
Nick Harris | 6’9” | 200 | Forward/Center | St. Pius Catholic | Atlanta GA
Eric Lockett | 6’5” | 185 | Guard/Forward | Whitefield Academy | Atlanta GA
Interest: Kennesaw St.
Novian Cherry | 6’5” | 185 | Guard/Forward | Missouri State-West Plains/ABCD Prep | San Diego CA
Nick Masterson | 6’5” | 180 | Small Forward | Riverwood HS/Atlanta Celtics | Atlanta GA
Interest: Kennesaw St., Auburn, California, Clemson, Davidson, Florida St., Furman, Georgia, Georgia Southern, Georgia St., Jacksonville, LSU, North Carolina, Presbyterian, Stetson, William & Mary, Lipscomb
Collin Barthel | 6’6” | 180 | Small Forward | Cathedral HS | Indianapolis IN
About: “Solid player with good fundamentals. Collin has very good hands and rebounds the ball well. Has a good mid-range game, also can put the ball on the floor and get to the rim from the high post. Another one of the talented 6’6” wing players in this class.” —IndianaRecruitingGuide.com
Interest: Kennesaw St., Evansville, Indiana St.
Kyle Castlin | 6’3” | 180 | Guard | Hillgrove HS | Powder Springs GA
Interest: Kennesaw State
Jordan Dingle | 6’2” | 165 | Guard | South Aiken HS/SC Kings | Aiken SC
About: “A 6’2, 2014 out of South Aiken (SC) a scorer, gets to the rim with ease, great athleticism” —Justin Byerly
Kory Holden | 6’2” | 175 | Point Guard | James M Bennett Senior HS | Salisbury MD
Tyrell Cobb | 6’1” | ??? | Guard | Marion HS | Marion IN
Interest: Kennesaw St.
Isaiah Wilkins | 6’8” | 190 | Small Forward | Greater Atlanta Christian School | Norcross GA
About: ““He can step out and shoot the 15-footer,” DuBose said. “(He’s) really good around the basket, really quick, a good athlete and blocks a lot of shots on defense.”– Jefferson High School Head Coach Bolling DuBose 2/28/12
Offers: Auburn, Georgia St.
Steffen Davis | 6’0” | 160 | Point Guard | Maret School/Mad-Atlantic Select | Accokeek MD
Elijah Staley | 6’7” | 200 | Small Forward | Wheeler HS/Southern Stampede | Marietta GA
ESPN Grade: 84
About: “Only a freshman, Staley is a talented future combo-forward who is still adjusting to playing against the older players at the high school level. The left-hander is a long, bouncy athlete that is active around the rim and should develop into one of Georgia’s best in the 2014 class. He has the ability to knock down the 15-foot jumper and is a good rebounder on both ends.” —ESPN.com 12/20/10
“If there is such a thing as a loud eight points, Staley had it. His minutes were limited due to foul trouble but his sequence in the second quarter will be talked about for a while. Staley caught a missed field goal atempt and slammed it home, seemingly coming out of the shadows. SW quickly took the ball out of bounds and pushed it up the floor trying to catch the Wildcats celebrating, only to have Staley meet the shot attempt in the square for the block.” —iHigh.com 12/14/11
Staley is also the quarterback for his high school’s football team.
Jalyn Patterson | 6’0” | 160 | Point Guard | Milton HS | Milton GA
ESPN Grade: 79
Nick Rogers | 5’11” | 155 | Point Guard | Pike HS | Indianapolis IN
Known Offers: Kent State, Northern Illinois
Pike player almost all the way back after losing fingertips (By Kyle Neddenriep, Indianapolis Star 2/13/12)
Maurice Gibson | 6’1” | 170 | Point Guard | Walton HS | Marietta GA
Andre Chatfield | 6’5” | 175 | Guard/Forward | Norcross HS (formerly Parkview) | Lilburn GA
About: “Is a talented 2014 forward that’s making the transition to guard, Chatfield continued to impress this weekend with his motor and aggressive presence on the defensive end forcing turnovers then proceeding to capitalize on the offensive end finishing strong in transition.” —OnTheRadarHoops.com 4/16/12
Offers: Auburn, Mississippi St.
Interest: Kennesaw St., Charleston, Clemson, University of Georgia, Georgia Tech, Georgia St., South Carolina, Stanford, Virginia Tech, George Mason, Tennessee, Tennessee Tech, Mercer, Georgia Southern
Blake Simpson | 6’6” | 200 | Power Forward | Moeller HS (fr., so.). Transferring to La Salle HS | Cincinnati OH
About: “Simpson really played well over the weekend by giving maximum effort as a rebounder, scorer, and defender in the paint. He’s still learning the finer points of offensive scoring from the low block but with the way he rebounds offensively it’s easy for him to get his points. Great athlete that can get way above the rim to block shots or finish dunks Simpson is raw but full of potential.”–TripleDoubleProspects.com 5/21/12
“Evaluation: Powerful post man with good athleticism and emerging skills Blake has the potential to be the top big man in Southwest Ohio in 2014. Fairly developed offensive game with solid touch and the ability to score with his back to the basket he is a threat down low at all times. Good rebounder that should continue to consistently produce in this area Simpson uses his wide frame, long arms, and powerful leaping ability to go up and get rebounds with two hands.Bottom Line: As he continues to develop his game Blake will have a chance to be a dominant inside scorer and rebounder at LaSalle. Already getting Division I interest, he should be a priority young recruit for low-majors at this point.” —TripleDoubleProspects.com 8/26/11
“While he didn’t have his best weekend finishing plays around the rim Simpson was very effective as an athletic 6’6 big man that can really run the floor, while still having strength to be an enforcer inside. Cincinnati LaSalle’s Simpson needs to continue to improve his shooting touch and post game but his physical tools and great effort made him an impact prospect this weekend.”–TripleDoubleProspects.com 4/29/12
While the Moeller post didn’t have his best day finishing around the rim CPHR was extremely impressed with how hard he played on every possession. Showing off some new moves, and a better understanding of how to use his power, around the block Simpson was able to get his shot’s at will and scored off second (and even third) efforts several times. Being forced to sometimes guard smaller players and sometimes guard bigger players he showed great toughness in slowing his man down. —CincyPrepHoopsReport 10/31/11
Bo Burkhart | 5’10” | 165 | Point Guard | Benjamin Bosse HS | Evansville IN
Scout.com Rank: **
Stats and Accomplishments: 10PPG 3/7/12
About: “Very good perimeter shooter. He is a very good defender who usually will guard the other teams best offensive threat. Bo is a great competitor and hit some very big shots for Evansville Bosse this year while playing alongside two Division I prospects in Jalen Pendleton and nationally ranked Jaquan Lyle.” —IndianaRecruitingGuide.com
Perry Fairrow | 6’2” | 165 | Shooting Guard | Benjamin Bosse HS| Evansville IN
Stats and Accomplishments: 13.7 PPG, 39% on 3-pointers 3/7/12
Interest: Kennesaw St., Lehigh, Western Kentucky
Amir Warnock | 6’8” | 240 | Center | Peachtree Ridge HS | Suwanee GA
Offers: Auburn, Jacksonville
Dmitri Thompson | 6’4” | 185 | Shooting Guard | Orlando Christian Prep | Orlando FL
Known Offers: Purdue, Central Florida
Interest: Kennesaw St., South Florida, Florida, Florida St.
Jordan Dilwood | 6’2” | 160 | Guard | Mountain View HS | Lawrenceville GA
Stats and Accomplishments: 15 ppg
About: “Athletic driver”
Interest: Kennesaw St., Florida St., Georgia St.
RaChaun Martin | 5’10” | 160 | Guard | Thurgood Marshall HS | Dayton OH
About: “Martin is continuing to prove to all the doubters wrong, and prove to scouts that he is one of the truly elite PG’s in Ohio’s 2014 class. With blazing speed, a tight handle, and a competitive mindset Martin was the best player on the floor in tight games with the Cincinnati Lakers and Fire Select. If he keeps on shooting the ball at a high level he could contend for the top guard spot in his class.” —TripleDoubleProspects.com 6/3/12
“The breakout player in 2014 over the last two weekends, and especially this past weekend, has been 5’9 Dayton Thurgood Marshall point guard RaChaun Martin. A competitive and super fast playmaker that is as good of an on ball defender as we’ve seen in his class in the state Martin can turn defense into offense quickly. With the ball in his hands he’s really good scoring it in transition and can make plays for others off the pick and roll. He should continue to grow and will develop his jumper more but he already has the look of a mid-major recruit. Martin is the kind of player that will win games with the little things he does and on the big stage this past weekend he showed the ability to take a game over with all double-figure outings, including back to back twenty point games in comeback wins.” —TripleDoubleProspects.com 4/29/12
“Evaluation: “Competitive and poised young point guard with a mature floor game. Martin is a very good on ball defender that uses his quickness and anticipation to hound opposing ballhandlers and he is a player that is committed to the defensive end of the floor. Offensively he is a pass-first point guard that is good at making decisions at fast speeds in transition. A relatively high IQ player Martin is able to get his team into offense in the half-court and has the ability to create shots for his teammates off the drive and kick. Most of his scoring comes in transition as he has the full-court speed to get ahead to defenders and finish around the rim. Martin is able to get in the lane and draw fouls or float the ball in around the rim but still needs to continue to refine his jumpshot which at this point is not reliable enough for defenders to try and crowd him.”
“Bottom Line: Hard to tell at this point where Martin will fit in at the college level. He has passing and ballhandling skills that translate nicely to the next stage as he shows a high IQ and a competitive demeanor. Size might be the determining factor here, if Martin can get to 6’0 then he will have a very nice chance to become a Division I player.”–TripleDoubleProspects.com 3/20/12
“The breakout player in 2014 over the last two weekends, and especially this past weekend, has been 5’9 Dayton Thurgood Marshall point guard RaChaun Martin. A competitive and super fast playmaker that is as good of an on ball defender as we’ve seen in his class in the state Martin can turn defense into offense quickly. With the ball in his hands he’s really good scoring it in transition and can make plays for others off the pick and roll. He should continue to grow and will develop his jumper more but he already has the look of a mid-major recruit. Martin is the kind of player that will win games with the little things he does and on the big stage this past weekend he showed the ability to take a game over with all double-figure outings, including back to back twenty point games in comeback wins” —TripleDoubleProspects.com 4/29/12
“Martin is continuing to prove to all the doubters wrong, and prove to scouts that he is one of the truly elite PG’s in Ohio’s 2014 class. With blazing speed, a tight handle, and a competitive mindset Martin was the best player on the floor in tight games with the Cincinnati Lakers and Fire Select. If he keeps on shooting the ball at a high level he could contend for the top guard spot in his class.” —TripleDoubleProspects 6/3/12
“Talented and flashy guard who can pass the ball or use his blazing speed to get to the rim.” –-TripleDoubleProspects.com 9/26/11
Interest: Kennesaw St., Eastern Kentucky, IPFW, Toledo, Wright St.
Lorenzo Carter | 6’5” | 221 | Power Forward | Whitefield Academy | Mableton GA
Interest: Kennesaw St., Alabama, University of Georgia, Georgia St., Georgia Tech, South Carolina, Wright St.
Dante Buford | 6’6” | 200 | Power Forward | Oakwood School | Greenville NC
About: “Can really get up, good size, affects a lot of plays, uses his body well” —Justin Byerly on Twitter
“Dante Buford and James Demery, both 2014’s out of Oakwood (NC) School are two of the most athletic, fiercest dunkers in NC” —Justin Byerly on Twitter
Martin Jones | 6’3” | 185 | Shooting Guard | Winton Woods HS | Cincinnati OH
About: ““The Microwave” can heat up fast, evidenced by a stretch on Sunday where he scored 8 points in less then 20 seconds of play, and is capable of routinely putting up big offensive numbers. A pure scorer that can shoot the ball from deep or put it on the floor and pull-up from mid-range Jones is a smooth scoring wing. He doesn’t have bad size or athleticism and is just scratching the surface of his wing potential after previously playing some forward. The 6’2 Jones, who goes to Cincinnati Winton Woods, is a name that college coaches at the low-major level should start to target.” —TripleDoubleProspects.com 4/29/12
“The Winton Woods product has gone from undersized PF to big SG in just a matter of months. Possibly the most consistent scorer in the entire sophomore division this weekend Martin was able to score from all three levels. A very good set shooter who showed an improved mid-range pull up game, CPHR was most impressed with his improved handle that allowed him to score around the rim. If Jones can consistently guard quicker perimeter players, as he did this weekend, he should be an impact guard in the FAVC as a sophomore. ” —CincyPrepHoopsReport 10/31/11
“Winton Woods SF: Jones has put himself squarely on the map as a small forward as he has transitioned from a skilled post to a big strong wing. Jones was stroking the three ball all weekend and is starting to show some ballhandling ability as well. If he keeps up his current level of play expect Martin to play a big role at Winton Woods this season.” —CincyPrepHoopsReport 10/23/11
Interest: Kennesaw St., Robert Morris, Tennessee St.
Rosel Hurley | 6’5” | 185 | Shooting Guard | Shaker Heights HS | Cleveland OH
ESPN Grade: 74
Known Offers: Cleveland St.
Zac Wracher | 6’4” | 175 | Guard | North Cobb Christian School | Kennesaw GA
Stats and Accomplishments: Averaged 17 ppg and 5 apg.
Interest: Kennesaw St., Furman
Victor Dorsey | 6’7” | 205 | Power Forward | St. Vincent-St. Mary’s HS | Akron OH
About: “Evaluation: Long post player with developing strength and good mobility for his size. Vic can step outside and shoot the ball all the way out to the three point line or go inside and use his skilled arsenal of moves, with good foot work, to score the ball around the rim. Adept passer from the high post who is comfortable facing up. High level rebounder and hard worker inside who started for a State Championship team as a freshman at SVSM. Notes: Should be a hotly recruited prospect with his inside skills and ability to step out and shoot the basketball. ” —TripleDoubleProspects.com 9/6/11
Interest: Kennesaw St., Iowa St., Akron
Jamarcus Culp | 6’5” | 195 | Small Forward | Great Falls HS | Great Falls SC
About: 3.2 GPA
Interest: Kennesaw St., Charlotte, Furman