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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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April 8, 2020
Warner Robins Trio Ink Scholarships

It’s an unprecedented time in the world right now with the COVID-19 pandemic putting a halt on our everyday routines, however, many hoop prospects are finding unconventional ways to connect with coaches and move forward in their recruitments. Today, we take a look at three mid-state players that have turned uncertain times into positive moments….

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April 8, 2020
Bryson Wooten Heads to the Sunshine State

The opportunity to find a new home that felt welcoming was attractive to Bryson Wooten as he recently ended his recruitment by pledging to Edward Waters College (FL). “I picked Edward Waters because of the close knit family atmosphere they have. I got a chance to spend a weekend down there before all this coronavirus…

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March 21, 2020
2019-20 Hypesouth All Middle Georgia: Girls

Coach of the Year, Angelia Wright, Wheeler County Ms. Middle Georgia, Stacie Jones, Veterans Senior of the Year, Corrianna Evans, Spalding Junior of the Year, Miracle Parker, Washington County Sophomore of the Year, Jakia Little, Northeast-Macon Co Freshmen of the Year, Jada Morgan -Jones County &  Zy Thompson -Pike County Best Offensive, Gabbi Cartagena, Jackson…

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March 2, 2020
Legend Knocking at the Door, again…

Legendary Southwest-Macon girls coach Willie Goolsby has graced the sideline for well over forty years and has accomplished just about every accolade possible except winning a state title. During his tenure, he has coached many great players and led the Lady Patriots to region championships and several state title game appearances, but hasn’t been able…

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January 23, 2020
Hypesouth Mr. Middle-GA Finalists 2019-20
The 2019-20 GHSA season has officially reached the halfway point and players have started to position themselves for postseason awards. The campaign for the top award in the mid-state, Hypesouth Mr. Middle Georgia, starts today and the winner will be crowned at the conclusion of the season. Our staff of evaluators have been watching closely and...
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December 12, 2019
Thursday’s Trail: Hypesouth Hoop Alums Seeing Uptick in Recruitment

We’re back with our Thurday’s Trail column and today we examine Hypesouth Hoop alumni Bryson Wooten, Collin Tarver, and Tony Card. The class of 2020 trio have been steady producers at the school ball level and on the independent travel circuit and are starting to enjoy the fruits of their labor. We caught up with…

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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…