Sunday, May 25, 2014

2014 Nike EYBL: Day II & III Session IV Live Streams!!!

2014 Nike EYBL Session IV

Wings Elite (Malik Monk) vs. Texas Titans (Mickey Mitchell, DJ Hogg, Tyler Davis, King McClure, Soso Jamabo)

Team Final (Malachi Richardson) vs. King James Shooting Stars (Luke Kennard, VJ King, AJ Harris)

Spiece (Caleb Swanigan, Deyonta Davis) vs. Houston Hoops (De'Aaron Fox, Jarred Vanderbilt, Samir Sehic)

E1T1 (Ben Simmons, Antonio Blakeney) vs. Playaz (Isaiah Briscoe, Moustapha Diagne, Temple Gibbs, Trevon Duval)

King James Shooting Stars (Luke Kennard, VJ King, AJ Harris) vs. Howard Pulley (Amir Coffey, Alex Illikainen)

NY Lightning (Jessie Govan, Rodney Miller, Veer Singh, Desure Buie) vs. Northwest Express (Dejounte Murray)

E1T1 (Ben Simmons, Antonio Blakeney, Daniel Giddens, Alex Owens) vs. Howard Pulley (Amir Coffey, Alex Illikainen)

Playaz (Isaiah Briscoe, Moustapha Diagne, Temple Gibbs, Trevon Duval) vs. Athletes First (Allonzo Trier, Jakolby Long)

Texas Titans (Mickey Mitchell, DJ Hogg, Tyler Davis, King McClure) vs. St. Louis Eagles (Jayson Tatum)

Saturday, May 24, 2014

2014 Nike EYBL: Day I Session IV Live Streams!!!

2014 Nike EYBL Session IV

St. Louis Eagles (Jayson Tatum, Quentin Goodin) vs. Team CP3 (Harry Giles, III, Terrence Phillips)

Team Final (Malachi Richardson) vs. Team Scan (Cheick Diallo, Thomas Bryant, Tyus Battle, Devonte Green)

Nike Team Florida (Udoka Azubuike, Hannif Cheatham) vs. Oakland Soldiers (Ivan Rabb, Stephen Zimmerman)

CIA Bounce (Teki Gill-Caesar, Jamal Murray) vs. Athletes First (Allonzo Trier, Jakolby Long)

Team Takeover (George Papagiannis, Bryant Crawford) vs. Texas Titans (Mickey Mitchell, DJ Hogg, Tyler Davis)

The Family (Eric Davis, Miles Bridges) vs. NY Lightning (Jessie Govan, Rodney Miller, Desure Buie)

Oakland Soldiers (Ivan Rabb, Stephen Zimmerman) vs. Team Penny (Lawson Bros, Kevaughn Allen, PJ Washington)

BABC (Terrance Mann, Jeremy Miller) vs. E1T1 (Ben Simmons, Antonio Blakeney, Daniel Giddens, Alex Owens)

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Player Profile Class of 2014: Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk

SVIATOSLAV MYKHAILIUK sg/sf / 6'6'' 190 / Cherkasy, UA / Kansas ****
Athleticism / Ball Handling / Jumper / Poise / Vision

Overall Strength / Off-the-Ball Defense / Efficiency

NBA Top 10 Draft Pick

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk Articles
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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Prospect-Central: HS Basketball c/o 2015 Tournament of Champions!!!


Written by: Prospect-Central

With the 2014 AAU basketball season in full effect, Prospect-Central will be releasing its new class rankings within the upcoming weeks. As always, PC likes to start at the top of the food chain, so here's a sneak peek at some of the top incoming seniors from the Class of 2015.

Now obviously we've all heard of 'March Madness' before, but this is a little something I like to call 'May Madness!' It's essentially the same thing as the NCAA Tournament, minus the gambling of course :) Here's a quick breakdown on how the players were seeded.

Just like the NCAA Tournament, the 64 recruits were separated into four regions, starting with the top overall seed (Ben Simmons) in the South region. From there, the second No. 1 seed (Ivan Rabb) went to the West region, followed by third No. 1 seed (Malik Newman) in the Midwest region, and the fourth No. 1 seed (Diamond Stone) in the East region.

After the top four recruits were seeded, I moved one region to the right and placed the first No. 2 seed in the West region. This was followed by the second No. 2 seed in the Midwest, third No. 2 seed in the East, and fourth No. 2 seed in the South. I continued moving clockwise during the entire seeding process.

Since this is completely subjective, opinions will obviously vary as to the players and their rankings. Even though there's definitely room for improvement, make no mistake about it; the majority of these recruits should make up next years McDonald's All-American game, Jordan Brand Classic, and Nike Hoop Summit.

Now that's all fine & dandy, but any big-time HS recruit could be invited to those events. On the contrary, there can only be one winner of Prospect-Central's inaugural HS Basketball c/o 2015 Tournament of Champions. Time to fill out some brackets!

Round of 32

Sweet 16

Elite 8

Final Four


Thursday, May 8, 2014

Prospect-Central: Final 2014 NFL Mock Draft!!!


Written by: Prospect-Central

The 2014 NFL Draft can be summed up in two words, six syllables..."Jadeveon Clowney!"

Jadeveon Clowney: 4.53 forty-yard dash
There's been much written on the 6-foot-5, 270-pound defensive end by way of South Carolina. From his insane 4.53 forty-yard dash, to his ridiculous 83-inch wingspan, to his ESPY winning hit on Michigan running back Vincent Smith, to his questionable work ethic and motor. Jadevon Clowney has been scrutinized to the umf-degree, and rightfully so.

But after watching this young man play football since he was a sophomore at South Point High School in Rock Hill, South Carolina, I can honestly say I've never seen another defensive lineman as physically talented as one Jadeveon Clowney.

Will Clowney become the No. 1 pick in this years draft? If the Houston Texans are smart he will be. I don't care if the Texans need a quarterback. I don't care if the Texans get bombarded with trade offers. I don't care if the Texans feel Clowney doesn't fit their scheme. The bottom line is this; he has a rare combination of size, speed, power, and athletic ability, and if the Texans pass on this 'kid', they'll most certainly regret it.

Jadeveon Clowney: 37.5 inch vertical leap
Now all of this has been said before. I haven't stepped out on any limb just yet. So how do I really feel? There are only two things that'll prevent Jadeveon Clowney from ending his career in Canton; injuries or himself. While he can't control injuries, he can control his desire & passion. With his work ethic already in question, look for Clowney to immediately become one of the top pass-rushers in the league, quickly proving any doubters wrong.

Now the key for Clowney will be after he signs his 2nd contract. Once he locks up that deal, which very likely could make him the highest paid defensive player in the league; will he still be motivated then? If he starts resting on his laurels all of a sudden, he'll obviously never reach his full potential. But if he's able to fight complacency, you can bank on double-digit sacks & multiple Pro-Bowl's for nearly his entire career.

So there you go. I've basically enshrined Clowney into the Hall-of-Fame, before we even know if he'll be the first pick in this years draft (smh). While I wouldn't bet the farm on this prognostication, I certainly wouldn't bet against it. The ball is in Clowney's court now. Time to see how everything plays out; starting with Prospect-Central's Final 2014 NFL Mock Draft.

(1) Jadeveon Clowney DE / 6'5'' 270 / South Carolina / Jr.
        Actual Pick: Jadeveon Clowney DE
(2) Greg Robinson OT / 6'5'' 320 / Auburn / So. (R)
        Actual Pick: Greg Robinson OT
(3) Khalil Mack OLB / 6'3'' 250 / Buffalo / Sr.
        Actual Pick: Blake Bortles QB
(4) Sammy Watkins WR / 6'1'' 200 / Clemson / Jr.
        Actual Pick: Sammy Watkins WR * Traded to Buffalo Bills
(5) Mike Evans WR / 6'5'' 220 / Texas A&M / So. (R)
        Actual Pick: Khalil Mack OLB
(6) Jake Matthews OT / 6'5'' 305 / Texas A&M / Sr.
        Actual Pick: Jake Matthews OT
(7) Johnny Manziel QB / 6'0'' 205 / Texas A&M / So. (R)
        Actual Pick: Mike Evans WR
(8) Blake Bortles QB / 6'5'' 230 / UCF / Jr.
        Actual Pick: Justin Gilbert CB * Traded to Cleveland Browns
(9) Taylor Lewan OT / 6'7'' 305 / Michigan / Sr.
        Actual Pick: Anthony Barr OLB * Traded to Browns then to Vikings
(10) Justin Gilbert CB / 6'0'' 200 / Oklahoma State / Sr.
          Actual Pick: Eric Ebron TE
(11) Eric Ebron TE / 6'4'' 245 / UNC / Jr.
          Actual Pick: Taylor Lewan OT
(12) Zack Martin OT / 6'4'' 310 / Notre Dame / Sr.
          Actual Pick: Odell Beckham, Jr. WR
(13) Odell Beckham, Jr. WR / 5'11'' 200 / LSU / Jr.
          Actual Pick: Aaron Donald DT

(14) Aaron Donald DT / 6'1'' 285 / Pittsburgh / Sr.
          Actual Pick: Kyle Fuller CB
(15) Kyle Fuller CB / 6'0'' 190 / Virginia Tech / Sr.
          Actual Pick: Ryan Shazier OLB
(16) Darqueze Dennard CB / 5'11'' 200 / Michigan State / Jr.
          Actual Pick: Zack Martin OT
(17) C.J. Mosley ILB / 6'2'' 235 / Alabama / Sr.
          Actual Pick: C.J. Mosley ILB
(18) Calvin Pryor FS / 5'11'' 205 / Louisville / Jr.
          Actual Pick: Calvin Pryor FS
(19) Anthony Barr OLB / 6'4'' 240 / UCLA / Sr.
          Actual Pick: Ja'Wuan James OT
(20) Derek Carr QB / 6'3'' 215 / Fresno State / Sr.
          Actual Pick: Brandin Cooks WR * Traded to New Orleans Saints
(21) Ha Ha Clinton-Dix FS / 6'1'' 210 / Alabama / Jr.
          Actual Pick: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix FS
(22) Brandin Cooks WR / 5'10'' 190 / Oregon State / Jr.
          Actual Pick: Johnny Manziel QB * Traded to Cleveland Browns
(23) Marqise Lee WR / 6'0'' 190 / USC / Jr.
          Actual Pick: Dee Ford DE
(24) Bradley Roby CB / 5'11'' 195 / Ohio State / Jr.
          Actual Pick: Darqueze Dennard CB
(25) Jason Verrett CB / 5'10'' 190 / TCU / Sr.
          Actual Pick: Jason Verrett CB
(26) Teddy Bridgewater QB / 6'2'' 215 / Louisville / Jr.
          Actual Pick: Marcus Smith DE * Traded to Philadelphia Eagles
(27) Ryan Shazier OLB / 6'2'' 230 / Ohio State / Jr.
          Actual Pick: Deone Bucannon SS * Traded to Arizona Cardinals
(28) Kelvin Benjamin WR / 6'5'' 235 / Florida State / So. (R)
          Actual Pick: Kelvin Benjamin WR
(29) Louis Nix, III DT / 6'3'' 325 / Notre Dame / Jr.
          Actual Pick: Dominique Easley DT
(30) Cody Latimer WR / 6'3'' 215 / Indiana / Jr.
          Actual Pick: Jimmie Ward SS
(31) Morgan Mosses OT / 6'6'' 315 / Virginia / Sr.
          Actual Pick: Bradley Roby CB
(32) RaShede Hageman DT / 6'6'' 310 / Minnesota / Sr.
          Actual Pick: Teddy Bridgewater QB * Traded to Minnesota Vikings

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