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September 24, 2020
Boy’s Open Run: Wrap up

Warner Robins, GA — We end the Boy’s Open Run coverage with a wrap-up piece highlighting our final 10 prospects. Related Boy’s Open Run Notes: Part 1 Boy’s Open Run Notes: Part 2 Cam Perkins, Warner Robins, 2024: One of the few freshmen in camp, Perkins competed hard. He used his shiftiness to keep defenders…

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September 23, 2020
Boy’s Open Run Notes: Part II

Warner Robins, GA – The Boy’s Open Run on Saturday evening presented a nice mixture of talent, skill, and competitiveness. There was a lot to digest throughout the day as things turned up during gameplay. HERE ARE A FEW MORE TAKEAWAYS FROM THE EVENT… I thought Charles Stone was the most locked in defensively during the day….

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September 21, 2020
Boy’s Open Run Notes: Part I

Warner Robins, GA – The Inaugural Open Run Weekend invaded the beautiful One Step Away Gymnasium on Saturday and Sunday. With prospects from Middle Georgia, South Georgia, and South Atlanta in the building, there was a lot to take in.  SUNDAY’S NOTABLES FROM THE BOY’S OPEN RUN  Nickolas Woodard, Taylor County: The 6-foot-5 wing from the class of…

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September 8, 2020
2020-21 Hypesouth Preseason Middle GA Player Rankings

  Top 5 1. Kowacie Reeves, Jr. | 6’6 G | Westside-Macon | 2021 University of Florida commit Kowacie Reeves Jr., our reigning Mr. Middle Georgia Basketball winner, has progressed every year since entering high school and is now rated a consensus top-75 prospect nationally by ESPN, Rivals, and 247 Sports. On April 30, 2020,…

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June 3, 2020
Hypesouth Middle Georgia All Decade Team: 2010-2020

The 2010s era of basketball is officially over, ending an action-packed decade of hoops around the globe and today we take a trip down memory lane highlighting the top 10 players from Middle Georgia over the past ten years. To close this chapter in mid-state hoops, Hypesouth Media has selected our own All-Decade Team chosen by our…

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May 7, 2020
Thursday’s Trail: Reeves Jr. Swamp Bound

Westside-Macon standout Kowacie Reeves Jr. made his verbal pledge to the University of Florida last Thursday, April 30, and is the focus in this week’s Thursday’s Trail column. The 6-foot-5 wing announced his decision via Twitter becoming the first commitment in the Gators 2021 class [headline photo via GatorsMBK]. “It was a tough decision for me, but…

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April 25, 2020
2020 Middle Georgia Basketball Signings: Boys

The recruiting season is in a unique position right now due to the COVID-19 Pandemic putting a halt on all coach and player in person visits. However, coaches and players are finding innovative methods to connect the dots. Below is a list of mid-state players (high school, juco, post grad, transfers) who have come off…

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April 18, 2020
Devin Butts Gives Louisiana Lafayette the nod

Louisiana Lafayette picked up a commitment from Mississippi State transfer Devin Butts today. In his freshman campaign he logged 3.5 minutes per game in six appearances. The more than capable long-range sniper looks forward to his new journey. “I chose ULL because of the connection I had with the staff. They made it a priority…

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April 16, 2020
Thursday’s Trail: Kowacie’s Serious 6

Today’s Thursday’s Trail column takes a look at the recruitment of Macon, Ga., native Kowacie Reeves Jr. The Westside-Macon four-star guard has cut his list to six schools and could make a decision soon as announced on his Twitter account. Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Stanford, and Tennessee all make the final cut for the…

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October 16, 2019
On the Radar Hoops: 2019 Junior Elite Camp Standouts

Atlanta, Georgia— On the Radar’s Junior Elite 100 Camp is the premier spot for middle grade prospects and this year new director, Willie Evans, took over and the event continued to evolve and play host to the top young hoopers in the southeast. We take a look at a couple names we’ll hear for years…