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Top 5 In 2020 (7th Graders)

1. Cameron Matthews 6’3 G/F (Bluff City Ballers) Good looking prospect with big time promise at the big guard or wing position, Matthews has the look of a future d-1. Has a good first step where he can take bigger or smaller players off the dribble using his size and body to shed defenders. He’s very reliable inside where he plays for his summer team but is a ball handler…

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Kameron Jones

Top 5 In 2021

TOP 5 In 2021 This is the first time, I’ve done rankings in awhile and it takes sometime, some will hate them, some will like them, some will love them however it’s what makes the basketball world go in Memphis. I do not look at other rankings when I do my own locally. Well, why is this person over this person and on this site, they are higher than that…

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Lanyce Williams

Williams Sisters Add Offer From SEC

The Memphis version of the Williams sisters, not Serena or Venus but Lanyce and Lanetta (Central High School)  have received an offer from Ole Miss after their stellar play at their elite camp. Lynette at 6’3 almost 6’4 has incredible upside as young player that can step out, make the 15 footer, post on both blocks and be highly effective  and score with either hand or just finish over the…

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teamthad

Memphis Products Visit Indiana On Unofficials

5 Memphis High School products got a chance to visit one of the historic basketball institutions in the country today, Indiana University. 5’11  2018 Carlos Sandifer, a speedy guard who prepped at White Station last season and now will attend Olive Branch High School and likely be the starter along with 6’6 Rod Brown of Cordova who’s starting to receive a lot of D1 attention, 6’6 Bruce Guy, a late…

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6'5 Ryan Boyce Already Has Ole Miss Offer  (2018)

And The Best Class In Memphis Is…….

People love to compare in sports, particularly in basketball because it makes for great discussion, some discussions are crazier than others but never the less, it’s  discussion. In Memphis, people love to compare classes to the 1997 class that had 10 division 1 players. I’ve had battles in the barbershop with people on that issue but what about the current classes in the city? 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019? What class…

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Andre Turner Makes Coaching Debt (Mitchell)

Memphis Team Camp Schedule (Monday- 6-15)

The Memphis Team Camp will be held on Monday, June 15th on the campus of the University of Memphis at the Larry O.Finch Center. All games will take place on Monday as there will be no games on Tuesday as in previous years of the team camp. Some of the players slated to play in the camp include, Union City shooting guard, Parker Stewart who will have division 1 teams…

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William Douglas 6'4 SG (CBHS)

Christian Brothers Guard Is a Name To Remember!!

CBHS went a remarkable 29-1 last season losing in the state title game to Brentwood Academy 58-55 and one of the main reasons why, the play of 2017 guard, William Douglas. Douglas has been on the scene for awhile now, playing with the WarEagles coming up and being  primarily in a defensive stopper role however he’s added to his game. Not only did Douglas hit a nice growth spurt to…

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Cameron Matthews (Best Player In 2020)

Number 1 Player In 2020? 2015 Rankings Coming Soon

It’s been a long time but, I’m going to start to take a look at the best players in the city in different classes in the coming with giving top 5 and top 10 in 6 classes.  Who should represent the top 5 in 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 or 2016? Let’s hear your thoughts below in the Disqus comment section. It’s easy to comment, just log in through facebook…

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Taurean Moy (Purple Jersey)

A Star That Never Shine? Or Did It?

  When you have been around basketball your whole life you hear all kinds of stories. We have all heard about that one guy, who if had stayed out of trouble, could have  been big time, and maybe even made it to the league. It’s like every different part of the city has that one guy who is a super talented, “can’t miss” player. However, for some, their hoop dream…

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