Tuesday, April 27, 2010

New 2012 Rankings This Week

  1. AJ Hammons 6’10 Carmel H Love his touch and footwork around the basket also passes well against double teams. I wish Carmel would give him more touches because he makes so many good things happen.
  2. Jeremy Hollowell 6’7 Lawrence Central H Extremely long, good shooter from distance, drives the ball well. Lots of upside but inconsistent. He should be a pro one day if he hits the weight room hard and continues to develop his game extremely hard. All the natural ability anyone could ever ask for.
  3. Gary Harris 6’4 Hamilton Southeastern H Good length, good set shooter, solid with the ball. Harris and Hollowell have the most upside in the class. Both are nowhere near their potential yet. Harris seems like a kid who wants to become better and might have a slight chip on his shoulder because he didn’t get the early attention that other 2012’s got from schools. Might be more of a 2 right now, but can also play point…I would like him to be more aggressive with the ball
  4. Ron Patterson 6’3 Broad Ripple H Athletic as you can get for this age, good shooter…set and off the dribble, solid defender. Weakness-would like him to tighten up his handles. Probably is going to be a SG in college as I don’t see him making the switch to PG. His athleticism will allow him to guard most HM guards.
  5. D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera 6’3 North Central H- Crafty, strong as a bull, smart with the ball. He is a great defender because of his strength and great will to win. If you haven’t seen him play, think Byron Eaton the former Oklahoma State PG.
  6. Yogi Ferrell 5’11 Park Tudor H- Quick, very good with the ball i.e. change of pace, decision making. Outside shot has improved greatly but still inconsistent. When he has the outside shot going he is unstoppable.
  7. Austin Burgett 6’8 Avon M+ Can shoot, can put the ball on the floor, passes well, also rebounds. Added strength and aggressiveness could take his game to the next level, which is a very elite level. Burgett did not have the high school season most expected. He will have to be more assertive in the spring to keep his stock this high.
  1. Glenn Robinson, Jr. 6’5 Lake Central M+ Slasher that doesn’t force things, solid athlete, decent handles, good shooting form although he doesn’t look for his shot much. He would rather drive. Finished well at the rim against good size.
  2. Dejuan Marrero 6’5 Bowman M+ Solid athlete but not a freak, good rebounder, good motor. I definitely like his toughness and how he gets after on the court.I’m unsure what position he will play at the next level. It looks like he could end up being an undersized PF. He has a lot of work to do to become a perimeter player. Improving shooter, but still a lot to work on and I don’t think he has any ball handling skills whatsoever.
  3. Rhett Smith 6’6 Sullivan M True inside/outside player, good post moves, drives the ball well. Rhett has added some weight over the last year. I don’t know if it is mostly muscle or what but he is noticeably bigger than last summer. Weakness-not super athletic although he has a good first step.
  4. Rafeal Davis 6’5 Fort Wayne South M Shooter, good length, strong for age. Not a great athlete, he is long so he can dunk but he isn’t jumping out of the gym by any stretch. Weakness-early maturation and could be done growing.
  5. Nick Osborne 6’7 Muncie Central M Moves well, strong body for a sophomore. Rebounds out of his area. Right now, he gets most of his baskets off rebounds and when penetrators draw people and he is left with an easy lay-up. He has shown some post moves, but you aren’t going to throw it to him in the post and let him go to work.Decent leaper although he isn’t going to have many highlight dunks..
  6. Edward Seay 6’8 Merrillville M+ Long, active in the post. A high potential guy. Needs a lot of refinement, but could definitely get there in two years.
  7. Kellen Dunham 6’3 Pendleton Heights M Shooter, can create off the bounce, takes care of the ball. Is not very explosive. Lateral quickness worries me.
  8. Ronnie Johnson 5’10 North Central M Very quick, good lefty shooter, small right now. Brother is Terone Johnson.
  9. D.J. Ballentine 5’11 Kokomo M Crafty with the ball, good shooter but would like him to look to get to the rim more often.
  10. Dylan Langkabel 6’3 Morristown M Very good shooter, good elevation on his jumper, uses screens well, not going to go 1 on 1 to get his shot very often, competitor, decent handles. Athleticism/who he can guard will determine how high he can play at the next level.
  11. Brent Calhoun 6’8 Warren Central M Lefty (I love lefty post players), good shot blocker, developing jump hook. Slimmer than last summer. Improving athleticism. Potential is much higher than his current skill level.
  12. Tyler Corley 5’10 Lawrence Central M Quick, good handles, good shooter from the outside
  13. Kellon Thomas 5’10 Southport M- Leader, good decision maker, improving shooter, strong, finishes well in the lane. Weakness- shooting ability
  14. Patrick Ingram 6’3 North Central M Strong body, more of a mid-range shooter than 3pt shooter, likes to get to the rim.
  15. Mike Ramey 6’5 Southport M Quick, solid strength for his age, good with the ball, very good shooter.
  16. Harry Willis 6’1 Ben Davis M- Quick first step, great defender, will create easy baskets for other with his quickness, can finish inside against bigger players.
  17. Kendall Waters 5’11 Pendelton Heights M- Solid shooter, quick, good defensively, looks to make plays for teammates more than himself, very hard-nosed
  18. Tyler Alderman 6’9 Fishers M+ Probably will be moved to the Power Forward section. When I saw him, he was facing a zone defense that featured 2 6'10 players. He did show great athleticism...jumps really well, moves well, and can run
  19. Jared Drew 6’6 Lawrence Central M- Solid athlete, long, gets to the rim easily. Weakness-shot selection
  20. Jordan Burton 6’7 Edinburgh M Posts well, good post moves, good rotation on shot although flat, runs well, not explosive off the floor.
  21. Logan Irwin 5’11 L Whitko L+ Strong, leader, slasher, creator. Needs to improve shooting.
  22. R.J. Hunter 6’2 Pike M- Shooter, long, smart. Weakness-rail thin
  23. Brad Hartman 6’5 Union County L+ Good shooting form, gets after the boards, good basketball IQ
  24. Daniel Purvlicis 6’6 Noblesville M- Good looking shot, solid footwork in the lane, wingspan looks much bigger than his 6’6 height, needs strength work. Has to be more aggressive to make that next step in his development.
  25. Aaron Payne 6’2 Broad Ripple L Plays more of a pg position but struggles with decision making at times.
  26. Adam Botts 6’0 Muncie Central M- Good shooter, steady with the ball, leader
  27. Travis Britt 6’3 Culver Academy M- Strong, gets to the rim very well (Old for his grade I believe)
  28. Jodan Price 6’6 Lawrence Central L+ A true 6’6, potential guy right now, tentative at times
  29. Joel Smith 6’5 Heritage Christian L+ Strong, smart, good motor, solid mid-range set jumper. Might be done growing.
  30. Rashad Richardson 6’4 Lafayette Jeff L+ Long, handles the ball but is loose with it right now, unusual shoot from the outside but is consistent with it. Length is his major strength to his game.
  31. Da Veon Balls 6’0 Lawrence North L+ Quick, good handles, solid outside shot
  32. Kyle Wuest 6’2 Edinburgh L Athletic slasher with a good mid-range pull-up game.
  33. D.J. Neal 5’11 Fort Wayne North L+
  34. Riley Rapp 6’0 Guerin Catholic L+ Mostly a shooter right now, but has the ability and quickness to get to the rim off the dribble.
  35. Ben Gardner 5’11 Carmel L+ Lefty, great with the ball, quick enough to penetrate and finishes well at the rim. Looks to pass more than to shoot
  36. Jordan VanTreese 6’8 Lawrence North L+ Stephen’s brother, developing, plays hard, rebounds well
  37. Keith Cochran 6’9 Bluffton L+ Good touch, still catching up to his body.
  38. Nathan Cox 6’7 Morristown L- Solid post moves, good motor, unathletic, doesn’t move too well.
  39. Aloyis Gray 6’5 Brebeuf L+ Extremely long, active rebounder
  40. Mitch Yeagy 5’10 L Alexandria L Smart player, good shooter
  41. Shawn Heffern 6’5 Carmel L Strong with solid post moves
  42. Thomas Treadway 6’4 Zionsville Lanky, good set shooter
  43. Mike Lenz 6’1 Brebeuf Slasher, tough, good mid-range game


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Here are the All-Tournament Teams and scoring leaders from last weekend’s Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions.

16U All-Tournament Team

National MVP: William Goodwin-Atlanta Celtics
Select MVP: Devautes Smith-Rivera-Indiana Elite/Team IN

Damien Wilson-Atlanta Celtics
Jordan Adams-Atlanta Celtics
Reggie Dillard-CP3 All-Star
Abdul Kasim-CP3 All-Stars
Braxton Obgueze-CP3 All-Stars
Kenny Kaminski-Indiana Elite/Team Indiana
Hanner Perea-Indiana Elite/Team Indiana
Mike Brown-Charlotte Nets
Jarvis Haywood-Charlotte Nets
Jeremy Hollowell-Eric Gordon All-Stars
Daniel Dingle-Long Island Lightning
Brian Bernadie-New York Gauchos
Patrick Holloway-DC Team Takeover
Jaren Siva-Hoop Heaven Heat
Kellen Dunham-Indiana Elite One
Frank Mason-Team Loaded
D.J. Ballentine-Eric Gordon All-Stars
Devonte Morgan-Florida Rams
Shawn Smith-Heart and Hustle
Ryan Arcidiancono-Pennsylvania Players
Tyree Robinson-Dream Vision
Montrezl Harrell-Carolina Elite
Amile Jefferson-Team Philly
Savon Goodman-Team Philly
J.P. Tokoto-Wisconsin Playground Warriors
Andre Horne-Team Final

17U Scoring Leaders
1. Jordan Johnson, Coastal Crew Rebels - 25.7
2. Cezar Guerrero, Belmont Shore - 25.4
3. B.J. Young, St. Louis Gameface - 25.0
4. Alex Murphy, NE Playaz - 24.6
5. Shabazz Muhammad, Dream Vision - 24.3
6. Derrick Gordon, Long Island Lightning - 23.7
7. Chane Behanan, Ohio Basketball Club - 23.5
8. Tavon Sledge, Rich Soil - 23.0
9. Bernard Sullivan, Team Charlotte - 22.5
10. Chris Jones, Memphis Magic Elite - 21.8
11. KJ McDaniels, Team Alabama - 20.8
12. Quevyn Winters, Milwaukee Spartans - 20.7
13. Damien Leonard, Team Power - 20.5
14. Kasey Wilson, Florida Elite - 20.3
14. Treveon Graham, Triple Threat - 20.3
16. Joel Hopkins, N.C. Athletics East - 20.0
17. Elijah Carter, Sports U./Team Izod - 19.5
18. Ray Parks, M33M - 19.0
18. Zaid Hearst, Mid Atlantic Select - 19.0
20. Jermaine Sanders, New Heights - 18.8
21. Adonis Thomas, Memphis Magic Elite - 18.6
22. Andre Hollins, Memphis Magic Elite - 18.4
23. Deangelo Boyce, Maryland’s Finest - 18.3
23. John Johnson, Team Philly - 18.3
23. Michael Frazier, Florida Elite - 18.3

16u Scoring Leaders
1. Ryan Arciadancono PA Playaz - 31.8
2. Frank Mason Team Loaded - 30.0
3. Kellen Dunham Indiana Elite One - 28.3
4. Jaren Sina Hoop Heaven Heat - 27.7
5. Alex Mitola Hoop Heaven Heat - 25.3
5. Ron Patterson Indiana Elite One - 25.3
7. Jarvis Haywood, Charlotte Nets - 24.5
7. Lorenzo Cugini, Ohio Basketball Club - 24.3
7. Andre Horne, Team Final - 24.3
10. D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera, Team Indiana - 23.8
11. Jordan Adams, Atlanta Celtics - 23.5
12. Rajon Armstrong, Heart and Hustle - 23.3
12. Shawn Smith, Heart and Hustle - 23.3
12. Brian Bernadie, NY Gauchos - 23.3
15. Torrian Graham, DC Assault - 22.7