SO WHAT HAVE I MISSED?
BEEN TRAINING for my season and didnt get a chance to get on as much and since it takes to long to go back and check each form i need a quick update on what i have missed...knicks boy what have i missed..hows youre website going?...oh yeah i went out to vegas also for a min and saw a lil of the highschool tournaments...not sure if anyone has already reported ( besides the scouting sites but most seem to be biased)
that wooten kids is a beast
josh smith good but lazy
laquinton ross. very very very talented but only tries when he wants
theres a kid named toney mitchell that played with brandon bass aau that has major bounch and a nice game..kinda like gerld green minus the jumper (hs level)
joe jackson from memphis is a beast..wooten locked him down though
and my favorite player...corey joseph from canada...straight beast..curious to see if he will become a tru pg though
What up man. I agree Wroten and Jackson are both very good players. Did you see Perry Jones play? If you did could you give me a brief scouting report?
you mean Wroten? i think he is a future superstar
Theres some sort of Grammer Spelling test thing that
Aran is doing.lol
Yeah josh smith is going to be nice
Perry Jones...........what did he do........does he remind u of T - Mac
U know what I didn't get to see him play. Oh yeah 2 other players who were impressive. That Belmont shore team that brandon Jennings used to play for had a soon named grant something 6'9. Very nice game and the Quincy's guy ( he post on here) nephew josh huestis is very very good. Like a shane battier type. Does every thing very unselfish but with dumb bounce .
Kurtis what's up man! What do you think of John wall man?
whats up? at first i didnt realize it was you what ya been doing?
1534 posts and I've never seen you before... But eh... Welcome back???
Yea u have. We actually responded to each other a couple times. I was using my cousins name. Josh huestis. ( not to be confused with the basketball playing josh huestis)
no offense but i think you should change your username.
I got you. Welcome back dude.
yeah my nephew did work..yupyup feels hes overrated for what reason i have no clue
Super Sleeper 2010 Josh Huestis
A number of players have boosted their stock tremendously with their play this summer but none have been more impressive than 2010 Josh Huestis from the state of Montana.
The first time we saw Huestis play was at Pangos Summer Sweet 16 and we were blown away by what we saw.
Here was a player that was strong enough to bang inside, yet skilled enough to play either forward spot; an effortless scorer that was an equally dominant defender; a kid that could handle it ,shoot , finish, rebound, and block shots all while not trying, LOL.
Okay, maybe that’s a stretch, but there was no doubt that the player that we were watching was the total package …even if we’d never heard of him ( how a talent like this slips through the cracks is beyond me. I mean, just this past season, he was one of the top players in Montana as a junior, for crying out loud!).
We spoke with the 6′7 220 pound athlete after a game and he told us that although he had a number of mid-major scholarship offers and had received some high major attention, he had yet to receive a high major offer.
“Just wait , young man… your going to have plenty
After he finished in vegas that all changed with offers from usc,stanford,arizona ok state as well as interest from other high major schools
NATIONAL HOOPS REPORT
I love lists. Who doesn’t? Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday I’m listing 12 things at noon. Why not? There really is no rhyme or reason to the list. But there will be a dozen things and it will be released at noon EST. That’s the only rule.
Today’s initial list is the 12 best sleepers I saw in July.
1. Josh Heustis, Belmont Shore – The 6-7 forward from Montana (yes, as in the state that never produces Division I talent) was great against Brandon Bass Elite at the Reebok Summer Championships in Las Vegas. He went for 20 points and was the second toughest player to defend on the floor behind NBA prospect Tony Mitchell. Word is Heustis is looking at transferring to Findlay in Vegas. If so, watch out. The Montana star could be a coveted prospect in the fall.
is this the guy you keep talking about? Look likes he got offers from Montana and Montana State
yea. that hasnt been updated since may. Ive been talking about my nephew for awhile now but since hes played highschool basketball in montana no one listened much, hell even that profile wasnt put up untill i wrote them about 7 times telling them about him. It all worked out now since he dominated the camps out west and the ok state and washington state camps and played very very well at the vegas reebok aau championships ( as well as out playing top 15 guy toney mitchell). check out that same link in a couple of weeks since the scouts at rivals,scouts and a couple other services that saw/interviewed him now says hes easily high in the top 100 players after being maybe top 300 before the summer
Jrue Holiday sucked at summer league!
yeah kurtis he was pretty bad. i recall you talking about how overrated jru is as a point guard
Q I said he plays against inferior competition. That is a fact. That's all I said.
"Josh Huestis will have to play a few years of college ball at least before he is ready for the NBA. I think he is overrated, my friend plays in Montana and says the competition their sucks." (now that is the real fact)
you said youre friend said the competition sucks ,which is true. but you said hes overrated , which im not sure why since im pretty sure you have never seen him play. the only reason i brought youre comment up was because you made a point to say he was overrated even though he was rated along the line sof 330 which means you thought even that was too high
My bad for saying he is overrated then, I thought he was ranked a lot higher then that. But you couldn't be a more biased person for him.
MY GUY JAY HARRIS IS VERY UNDERRATED BUT HE's A BEAST HE RAN Marquis Teague,DeShawn Thomas, Josh smith and Anthony Wroten
Class of 2010 Oswego East star Jay Harris of Illinois Old School, who has been terrific all spring, has raised his recruiting stock as much as any prospect in the state of Illinois this spring. Harris rates as one of the top 2010 basketball prospects in the state of Illinois.
Harris, a 6'1" guard, is a highly versatile player who is capable of playing either backcourt slot. He is most known for his ability to score the basketball. When Harris gets it going offensively, there is not a lot that opponents can do about slowing him down. However, this spring, Harris has put his complete all-around game on display, and with that his recruiting stock has begun to explode.
Harris has sizzled all spring. He opened the spring with a series of strong efforts at the ChicagoHoops.com Spring Tip-Off Classic. He followed that up with strong showings at the Hall of Fame Shootout, and also at the Nike Spring Showdown In Indiana presented by ChicagoHoops.com. He put an exclamation point on his spring with a sensational run this past weekend at the Spiece Run N' Slam.
At Spiece, Harris torched highly regarded Class of 2011 star Marquis Teague (Indianapolis Pike), Ohio State-bound DeShawn Thomas (Fort Wayne Luers) and Michigan State-bound Russell Byrd (Fort Wayne Luers) for 26 points in leading his team to an upset win. Along with D'Monte Hopkins (Lockport), Harris also torched Josh Smith, Anthony Wroten and Seattle Rotary in a game that Old School led by six late ahead of ultimately falling by two points.
Andy Borman of Illinois Old School said, "Jay has been great for our team this spring and I look forward to watching him really start to assert himself as the summer begins and progresses. Everyone knows that Jay can score the ball in a variety of ways, but the thing that I have been the most impressed with to date are his basketball IQ, his ability to run our team, and his defense. He has really started to prove that he is a complete basketball player in all areas of the game and with that he has started to raise a lot of interest in him as a basketball player."
Harris is a player that you can definetely continue expect to hear a lot more from for the balance of the spring, and into the July Evaluation Period as his recruitment is about to heat up big time!
of course im biased thats blood..lol. i talked about him to get his name out there and now that it is out there and coaches know him i just sit back and let his talent do the rest. ive never heard of jay harris but imma make sure to look out for him daprob...chictown always has tough ballers