Aaron Harrison, one half of the Aaron/Andrew Harrison Twin killer duo (both future Kentucky Wildcats), has had a predictably dominant season. Actually, with his brother slowed a bit by a nagging hamstring injury, Aaron’s had to push it even more.
Watch this highlight package of the 6-5 shooting guard rampaging his way through teams in the first half of his Travis High School (Richmond, Texas) season: MORE >
Words. High School Hoop
To continuously state the obvious, the talent on its way to Lexington is just stupid. Watch 6-11, Class of 2014 beast Karl Towns (St. Joseph’s, Metuchen, N.J.) steamroll his way to a quadruple double the other night in comically-dominant fashion:
Did we mention that he broke a rim for good measure?
Kansas already had him on campus. This weekend, Arizona gets a crack. Then it’s on to Kentucky after that. One of these schools (or perhaps alleged favorite Washington), will hit it big with 6-7 San Jose superbeast Aaron Gordon. [CHECK OUT HIS RIDICULOUS HIGHLIGHTS HERE] MORE >
Words. Patrick Cassidy
In the midst of the 113-59 hammering that the Dominican Republic‘s national team took at the hands of Team USA on Thursday night, something amazing happened.
A 16-year old got in the game for the DR and did some work. MORE >
Words. Sean Sweeney
Nerlens Noel is considered one of the best high school prospects in the country, and is undoubtedly the best defensive big man that’s come out of high school since perhaps Greg Oden. Schools want him. Fans want him. Big-time basketball collegiate programs want him. Now the only question is what does the 6-10 shot blocker from The Tilton School in New Hampshire want? MORE >
Words. Aron Phillips
Huntington Prep superstar sophomore Andrew Wiggins put on a show for John Calipari at the 2012 Dunk 4 Diabetes Shootout. Wiggins finished as the MVP of the game with 19 points, nine rebounds and two blocks as Huntington Prep defeated St. Edward. Watch to see why every say he’s the No. 1 sophomore in the country. MORE >