July open period: Las Vegas: Top 60 Rankings

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July open period: Las Vegas: Top 60 Rankings

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Jul 19, 2017 7:39 am

Week 1 Recruiting Updates

Yesterday we broke down the teams that stood out during the first week of the July evaluation period, and today we are going to shift our focus to the individual players that earend new offers.

BABC big man Dimon Carrigan put up some huge numbers at the Peach Jam, not just blocking shots but also rebounding the ball, and walked away with offers from Syracuse, Clemson, and Coppin State along with strong interest from Texas. Carrigan's backcourt running mate Jakigh Dottin also added an offer from Coppin State.

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Re: July open period: Week 1 Recruiting Updates

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Jul 20, 2017 8:15 am

Rivals Roundtable: July thoughts
The first evaluation period of July is in the rear-view mirror and the Rivals.com hoops staff offer their thoughts.

1. What's your No. 1 takeaway from the first July evaluation period?

Eric Bossi: I was really struck by how parity seems to have taken over this summer. For instance, I spent the majority of my time at the Peach Jam where the Oakland Soldiers won the championship. Unlike many years when teams full of star players dominated, the Peach Jam was marked by teams with solid pieces to go with a few really good players that did the damage. Sure, the Soldiers had a guy like top 30 Taeshon Cherry, but it was role guys such as guards James Akinjo, Kihei Clark and big man Amadou Sow that stepped up. My time at the UA Finals gave me the same impression and monitoring the adidas Gauntlet Finals from afar, it looked to be the case there as well.

Corey Evans: David McCormack is the most recruited, non-five-star prospect that the industry has seen in recent years. McCormack, thanks to his throwback abilities in the post, academic background, consistent progressions and the dearth of quality centers in his class, is a wanted man for the best programs nationally. During his afternoon session on Friday, head coaches from Texas, Oklahoma State, UCLA, California, Kansas, Duke, Virginia Tech, Virginia and Louisville were each on hand for the top-50 center, displaying just how wide-ranging his recruitment really is.

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Re: July open period: Week 1 Recruiting Updates

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jul 21, 2017 4:41 am

Bossi's Best: All-First Live Period Team

The first live period has come and gone, and the second one tips off Wednesday night. Before we move to the next five days of coaches following players around the country, National Basketball Analyst Eric Bossi – with input from Corey Evans and Dan McDonald – reveals his All-First Live Period Team.

Marvin Bagley III 2018
Zion Williamson 2018
Cole Anthony 2019
Tre Jones 2018
Charles Bassey 2019


REST OF THE TEAM LED BY PERIMETER PLAYERS


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Re: July open period: Week 2 Recruiting Updates

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jul 28, 2017 5:23 am

Week 2 Recruiting Updates

... New England couldn't have, collectively, done much better as local programs took championships in Orlando, New York, and Atlanta among other places. With so many teams achieving success, there were no shortage of new offers for various individuals. Here's a rundown of what came across the wire:

Abdul Ajia, Bradford Christian, Rhode Island Elite - Post
Jakigh Dottin, Woodstock Academy, BABC - Binghamton & Hartford
D.J. Frechette, Governor's Academy, DC Blue Devils - Post
Patrick Harding, Suffield Academy, Middlesex Magic - Bryant
Dallion Johnson, Phillips Andover, Mass Rivals - Rutgers
Nate Laszewski, Northfield Mount Hermon, New England Playaz - Notre Dame
Wildens Leveque, Foxborough Regional Charter, Mass Rivals - Rutgers

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Re: July open period: All-Third Live Period Team

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Aug 03, 2017 5:26 am

Bossi's Best: All-Third Live Period Team

The final of July’s three live periods has come and gone, and the grassroots basketball season has reached an unofficial end. Before we move on to covering official visit season, National Basketball Analyst Eric Bossi – with input from Rivals.com analysts Corey Evans, Krysten Peek and Dan McDonald – reveals his All-Third Live Period Team. Because of the abundance of talent in Las Vegas, this list will feature rising seniors only; we’ll get to the top underclassmen in a separate feature.

THE STARTING FIVE
DEVON DOTSON
AYO DOSUNMU
REGGIE PERRY
ZION WILLIAMSON
NATE LASZEWSKI

COMING OFF THE BENCH

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Re: July open period: Wrapping up July's live action

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Aug 05, 2017 5:38 am

Rivals Roundtable: Wrapping up all of July's live action

The July evaluation periods are in the rear-view mirror, so Rivals.com analysts take one last look at what they saw during the most important month of basketball recruiting.

1. Which player helped himself most during the month of July?
Zion Griffin

2. What's your favorite July memory?
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Re: July open period: Las Vegas: Top 60 Rankings

Postby newenglandprep.com » Sun Aug 06, 2017 5:23 am

Las Vegas: Top 60 Rankings


We evaluated each day of the final July NCAA evaluation period in Las Vegas between July 26-30 and broke down our notes to rank the top 60 players we saw between the Las Vegas Fab 48, adidas Uprising Summer Championship and Bigfoot Hoops Las Vegas Classic.


The following rankings are based on evaluations from the three major Las Vegas events that run simultaneously during the third NCAA July evaluation period. The rankings are based on performance, not college potential, or performance combined with previous honors, national or state ranking. The overall level of talent we had an opportunity to evaluate July 26-30 was better than we anticipated after the first two days of evaluation and ended up being better than the summer of 2016, which was the worst we’ve seen in Vegas in many years. All three tournaments this year had high level talent, but high level games were a bit sporadic. With over 2,000 teams and over 20,000 players spread all over town during a five-day period, it’s an impossible task to be everywhere at once. These rankings are based on what we saw and obviously would be alot different from another evaluators’ list based on which games and which event one focused on at any particular time during the five days. Our evaluations are based on all-around performance within the context of winning basketball. We also took into account statistics provided at each event and a player’s class.

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Rank: 31 Christopher Doherty 2018 6'8 F Marlborough (Marlborough, MA/New England Playaz

Rank: 37 Nathan Laszewski 2018 6'10 F Mt. Hermon (Northfield, MA/New England Playaz)

Rank: 60 Adam Hess 2018 6'5 G St. Thomas More (Oakdale, CT/BTI Select)


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