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October 8, 2016
Mystery Prospect on the Rise

Currently, Sammy Mike isn’t a name that rings a bell for many GHSA basketball followers, but he is slowly starting gain steam leading up to the season. The long-bodied sophomore is a compelling prospect who doesn’t quite have an identity on the court right now. In spite of not having a definite position, he wowed…

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October 8, 2016
The X-Factor’s Choice

Ahead of the 2016-17 prep basketball season, Westside-Macon (GA) center, Kentrevious Jones decided to end his recruitment by verbally committing to Xavier University. The 6-foot-10, 285-pound big man known as “Big K” chose the Musketeers over Georgia, Jacksonville, LSU, Oklahoma and Texas Tech to name a few. Jones will bring with him a big body and…

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October 8, 2016
Eastside Boyz

THE NORTHEAST-MACON (GA) BIG 3 Winning the Eagles Landing Fall Basketball League ahead of the 2016-17 season is an encouraging sign for Northeast-Macon (GA). The Raiders finished last season at 3-24, but have three reasons to believe they will bounce back from last year’s woes. Ty’ree Gilbert, Darius Dunn, and Camrone Cherry! The young trio are…

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October 4, 2016
West Florence (SC) Tandem – Picture Perfect

The last name Wright should ring a bell for those in the Middle Georgia area. Sharone Wright Jr. is the son of Macon, Ga native and former NBA lottery pick Sharone Wright Sr. After being a virtually unknown player as a freshman at West Florence (SC), Wright Jr. turned himself into a HM D-1 prospect by the…

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October 4, 2016
Samone Reed, is he Westside’s Best Kept Secret?

Three seasons ago, Samone Reed joined the Westside-Macon (GA) basketball team as a fearless wide-eyed freshman. However, he was forced to sit behind a talented crop of guards early on. After waiting his turn, the 5-foot-11 point guard had a coming out party in 2015-16, where he averaged 11.4-points, 3.8-assists and 2-steals per game en route…

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October 4, 2016
Phillips Leaps Into the National Rankings

Big time offseason performances have started to pay dividends for Nelson Phillips. Turning heads on the travel ball circuit this summer, he has quickly become one of Georgia’s most highly touted hoop prospects. The 6-foot-5 combo guard earned a 3-star rating and leaped into the Rivals 150 national rankings at No. 133 after previously being unranked….

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October 4, 2016
Giving you Moore

Khavon Moore is one of the more talented prep basketball players in the country. His stock began to rise two years ago while playing with the travel Atlanta Xpress team. Moore, an incredibly versatile wing player, impressed onlookers with his high basketball-IQ, ball handling skills, court vision, and scoring ability. Many evaluators widely view him…

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October 4, 2016
Middle Georgia Hoops, Returning to Prominence?

Prior to the recent uptick of quality basketball in Middle Georgia, the 1980’s & 90’s glory days of the Southwest-Macon boys basketball program delivering state championships to the mid-state were a thing of the past. Fans traveling from afar to see a Patriots team loaded with HM D-1 players was an afterthought. With a national…