Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Class of 2020: Too Early Top 10 Sixth Graders

PROSPECT-CENTRAL: Top 10


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UPDATED: 10/22/13

(1) Shemar Morrow sf/pf / 6'2'' 165 / Lorain, OH
(2) Donovan Billings pf/c / 6'2'' 180 / Milwaukee, WI
(3) Jordan Toles sf / 5'10'' 140 / Baltimore, MD
(4) Ben Todd pf/c / 6'5'' 175 / Los Angeles, CA
(5) Jalen Suggs pg/sg / 5'8'' 130 / St. Paul, MN
(6) Kyree Walker sf/pf / 6'3'' 165 / Austell, GA
(7) Paris Dawson pg/sg / 5'8'' 130 / Los Angeles, CA
(8) Jason Harris pf/c / 6'3'' 165 / Chandler, AZ
(9) Fred Burton sg/sf / 5'10'' 150 / San Bernardino, CA
(10) Julian Newman pg / 4'10'' 100 / Orlando, FL

65 comments:

  1. Meet 6'2, 155lbs, 11 year old center Tristen Spencer and point guard and 7th grade, 6'1, 134 lbs point guard Jermaine (Iceman) Marchall from New York City

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  2. Michael Gray 6th grade top point guard in the DMV region 5'0 Baltimore Maryland has an all around game

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  3. 5'8 135lb c George polychronopoulos for the champaign select
    and 5'8 120 lb grant coleman two stelar prospects polychronopoulos has range from deep and a great inside game for his age
    coleman has a stellar shot and hits around 3 threes a game including around a 15 point average

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  4. Garott large 5'10 c in class of 2020 extremely powerful in the post and a soft touch from three

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  5. Please note California native Ben Todd is now c/o 2019. Be on the lookout for PC's updated c/o 2020 rankings coming relatively soon.

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  6. prospect central really look at those listed prospects
    george polychronopoulos went to the eastvswest camp and will play in the allstar game he lives in champaign urbana aau team champaign select

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    1. - Mr. Polychronopoulos -

      Thank you for reaching out. Need to evaluate a few more players before rankings are updated, but it should be soon. I appreciate your enthusiasm, but I wouldn't put too much stock into rankings this early. While all of these players are certainly deserving of the honor, it's really more for fun than anything else. Once high school rolls around, that's when it really counts.

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  7. that is very correct and i agree completely and it is great for the kids to see their names on lists, it boosts their self esteem as they get older to get better

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  8. Anyone know of a 12 year-old post player from Chicago or Illinois that is interested in developing and learning the game of basketball while playing on the AAU travel circuit? If so contact me at 312-259-2210 coach Frank

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  9. Man where is Garott Large from? If he wants to start on the national circuit I have a team from Illinois he can ply with and get the exposure your looking for we have very good guard work and a good coach looking for a Center..we have class of 2020 Point Guard Devin Tolbert from Chicago who is considered to be a top 50 player in his class nationally he's the top Phony in Illinois and he will also play in the east vs west all game in Champaign..if interested in playing with the Illinois battlecats/high level basketball contact me at 312-259-2210 coach Frank

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  10. he plays for the george hill rising stars d2 team #12 in nation i don't think he will leave

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    1. Thanks man George Hill does have a good program do you know any other legit post players in the class of 2020 that are looking to start on the national level?

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    2. most all legit players play on elite travel teams, most of the players open have pottential but are still raw especially big men. I know the springfied capitols have a 6'2 kid who is still very raw but if he builds muscle and weight could amount to something major.

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  11. Nimmari burnett is considered a top ten prospect, h is a solid 5'5 or 5'6 SF who is a major talent in illinois, he currently plays for the WE ALL CAN GO ALLSTARS but because they are far away from where he lives i believe that he could switch if you get to him and talk to him, he will also play in the baylor allstar game on march first at 5:30

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  12. We know Nimari very well and yes he is a very good prospect but i believe they are gonna ride WACG on out and we have a small foward but we can use the 6'2 guy out of Springfield if he's looking for a AAU team to run with..we will be going to St.Louis on March 22nd for the spring tune up tournament

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  13. okay, the 6'2 kid might as well be taller now last time i saw him was in november but i will see him today at a tournament in lincoln, if you can talk to him about playing on an elite aau team he will probably change teams

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  14. your welcome, he played well scored around 15 to 20 points a game and 15 rebounds he is very good at rolling after screen and getting position to rebound

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  15. Hunter Jackson and Mike Saunders for national ranked George Hill Rising Stars are both nationally ranked in Hoop Scoop, MSE, and ProlificPreformanceBasketball. Hunter won D2 two years ago playing up 2019 and Saunders is considered top PG in class by most.

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    1. Both also ranked in 2020ballers.com along with Brevin Jefferson

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  16. shemmar morrow left them and i believe he is with the king james shooting stars

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  17. No with oakland soldiers

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  18. Shemar , Kyrie & Jason Harris with Soldiers now. For NYBL.

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  19. We also think they got the white shooter from KY who plays for Memphis??

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  20. No on Justin Powell from KY.(5'9" PG) is with Memphis as he has been since 3rd grade.

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  21. it sounds like if they go to aau nationals they will destroy. are they an aau team and why did he join them.

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  22. Best players that $ can buy isn't always the best team!!!! They will have to go back to others teams for AAU Nationals.

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    1. Yes my source says they will begin playing together as a team after NYBL. They also added a 6'4 kid and return same core group of kids. They say Hunter Jackson is 5'10 now. We will know alot more about all the teams by the end of the month.

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  24. which is the source you are getting this accurate info from

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  25. Hunter has been 13 for some time . I hope he is 5-10". 6-4" kid is from B team.G3 is a great program! Shemar will help anyone---Hightower won't see the floor on that team, like last yr!!!!

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  26. I saw G3 at Michigan State last weekend, Hunter more 5'8-5'9 instead of 5'10. Big kid is not bad. He rebounds and plays middle on defense. Misses alot inside. They only had 7 kids so the Morrow rumor sounds accurate. Still a very strong team that rely on gaurd play to dictate tempo of game. They have great chemistry and I think that will always keep them relevant.

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  27. when hunter goes to aau nationals will he have to play 7th grade because of age requirment because if not that doesn't sound that fair

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    1. Every kid on team is legal age wide and grade was. Is it fair for Shemar, Billings, Suggs, Carpenter, Harris, Kyree, or any other kid that turned 13 after September 1 in the 6th grade to play at Nationals? Everyone glorifies Morrow but atleast Hunter, Suggs, Billings and a few others play up 7th and 8th and still win.

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    2. So morrow is 13, In order for them to play 6th grade ball they have to be born after sep 1st 2001. Some players develop faster than others, so that some kids reach their final height at age 13 and others at the age of 20, so at this point the age requirments matter if your team wants to win.

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    3. As long as your not 14 before August 31 2014 and in the 6th grade, you can play.

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    4. that doesn't seem right because that means that there will be kids that are 11 playing against kids that are 13 on 14, 2 years different.

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    5. on the aau website it says that you can;t turn 13 before sep 1st 2014 in order to play in the class of 2020

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  28. Ive seen 6'4 kid before that is crazy size, isn't he blond, did you see garrott large, he is a kid around 5'10 with very little hair

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  29. 6'3 kid from springfield joined new team which is called team manimals, they are very powerful with lots of future, also have PG Kai Steinman

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    1. You have no idea on 2020!

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  30. Three major 6th grade programs all have big players 6'5'' players coming in from Sudan this summer. One is 6-8'' and very skilled who is in fact 13 yrs. old and will be in 7th grade next year.Once again $ gets the players.All from same area as Thon Maker & Georgi Dange from U of Louisville now in NBA....

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  31. its amazing what teams do to get players! I mean they are only in the 6th grade. Man, a 6'8 13 year old, wow

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  32. do you know who these teams are and what site do you get this info from

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  33. Tn. and NY. teams they will be joining.

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  34. how do these teams get these kids all the way from africa

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  35. They come by plane and 13 is aau ok as long as it's after Aug. 31st.

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  36. so you can be an 8th grade in school years and play aau basketball

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  37. Your player can not turn 14 before Auq. 31, 2014.....................................simple rule

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  38. NYBL is a beast!! Who cares about AAU Nationals.All the top teams are playing in league, but most of the all star teams will have to split up because of boarder state rules.
    Next year EYBL will have league for middle school and they do have same rules as AAU.

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  39. Brock Williams ... point guard for the Wildcats is the best 6th grader I have seen!! Out of NC. Why wasn't he mentioned?

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  40. I saw BROCK WILLIAMS take the ball from SHAMAR 6 times in 1 game in DC this year! an score on him. The Williams kid should be #1

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  41. Jalen Johnson from Wisconsin is a great player with great court vision. Watch out for him. He will be top 10 in 2 years. Wisconsin Playground Warriors 2020

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  42. Look out for Damiko Tidmore Jr 6'0" c/f and Andre Best pg/f out of Portland, Oregon Team balance. They lost to Oakland soldiers loaded team by one. Should make noise at the nationals this year.

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  43. Some big-time performances this past weekend from a few of these players. Donovan Billings led Wisconsin United to a 12U GNBA Championship. Billings had 31pts vs. Nebraska Hoops Elite in a 78-68 victory.

    The real story of the weekend was Jason Harris. The big man was named MVP of the NYBL, after leading the West Coast All-Stars to a 6th grade championship. Harris & the West Coast All-Stars even defeated Shemar Morrow & the Oakland Soldiers in the semi-finals. The Soldiers were undefeated in NYBL play until that point.

    Look for Jason Harris to contend for the top player in his class, once PC's updated c/o 2020 rankings are released. http://instagram.com/p/o_80BdxOqy/

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  44. Heard of George King III? Kid out of Oakland or Mountain House. He plays on both teams (I believe?) He was real good after following him at a few of the tournaments.

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  45. There a 5"5 10 yr old big pg out of Chicago named phil berryhill Jr he play at shoesmith on the southside he a very skilled scoring and passing pg that does everything on the court from rebounding to blocking shot, he put on a show at the southside ymca's yba.. he is a must see fore sure..

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  46. Anyone interested in playing aau with a competitive schedule from the Midwest Indiana Wisconsin or Illinois call me at 312 259 2210 we are looking for a Center and a foward for this upcoming season 7th grade 13u

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  47. Anyone looking for AAU elite travel ball close to Oregon. Give me a call. Looking for a center but will work out anyone interested. Call 971 282 5836

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    1. Or team is ranked 5th on the west coast.

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