According to Jones, he would like to knock out a couple of visits during the month of August — he just isn’t sure where yet. Schools under consideration include Kentucky, Syracuse, Villanova, Indiana, Connecticut and SMU.
With a bulky brace strapped to his left knee – a constant reminder of the gruesome injury he suffered on the U16 USA men’s basketball team last year – Harry Giles will compete against 32 other high school stars from around the country for a spot on the U17 national team.
In a class that is possibly the most loaded with talent in the past ten years, few people have been talking about Boys Latin (MD) wing Kodye Pugh. The 6-foot-6 forward has great length and versatility and appears to just be scratching the surface of his considerable potential.
Roselle (N.J.) Catholic guard Isaiah Briscoe made the first cut for the USA U18 team, and hopes to make the final roster of 12 which will compete in the FIBA Americas U18 Championship later this month.