Youth Prep Stars Recruiting Magazine

6th Annual Fall Exposure Clinic

 

 

The 6th Annual Fall Exposure Clinic had a lot of good talent.  We can't list them all on our website, but everyone is on our College Scouting Report.  Below are some of the young, up rising players that attended the exposure clinic.  Our Exposure Clinic was one of the most beneficial and  organized in the country which was offered this year to Georgia players.  The next clinic will be March 2008 and include players from the southeast.  Player that would like to attend, keep watching the website for early registration.

 

Several good unsigned seniors that played well: 6-6 SG Brandon O'Brien- Chamblee High- He has good size shoots the ball well and is fundamentally sound.  He is a steal for a low to mid major school; 6-5 WF Donnell Webb- Thomasville High- He has good up-size, very athletic and plays effective around the basket, shoots the ball well and is a mid-major player; 6-2 CG Jamal Day- Wilkinson County- He is combo guard that is very strong and athletic.  He defends well, has nice size and is a mid-major player; Best Power Forward: 5-9 PG Michael Griffin, Jr.- Luella High- A small, quick, athletic point guard  that sees the floor well. He is a pure point and is a mid-major player; 6-7 SF Joseph Chapman- Lithonia High- He has good up-size, runs the floor well, rebounds on both ends of the floor- A low to mid-major player; 6-2 Moody Norris IV- Osborne High- He is a strong, physical guard with good size.  He is more of a 2G but can play the 1 position.  Moody defends well and is a low- to mid-major player.    6-2 CG James Vaughn- Eagles Landing- A long, athletic combo guard that was the surprise of the clinic.  He can score in many ways.  He can knock down the jumper from 15 to 20 feet and take it to the rack and create his own shot.  A "Sleeper"- A low to mid-major player.  5-10 PG  Antonio Bell- Jonesboro High- He was one of the best point guards in the clinic.  He can break you down off the dribble, has good floor vision and is a pure point guard with good ball handling skills.  He is a big-time sleeper and is a mid to high-major player.  6-7 SF Darius McKnight- Rockdale High- A long, athletic player that plays good around the basket.  He has a lot of potential and needs to work harder.  A low to mid-major player.  

 

Best Point Guards

5-9 Michael Griffin- Luella High

5-10 Antonio Bell- Jonesboro High

 

Best Center

Michael Allen- Mundy Mills

 

Best Shooting Guard

Ryan Legates- Blessed Trinity

 

Best Small Forward

Arris Brundidge- Blessed Trinity

 

 

 

College Coaches Be Aware of these young guns from Georgia

 

 

By Harry Douglas

11/6/07

 

 

 

Jr.  6-5 WF Arris Brundidge- Blessed Trinity High

A lefty with multiple skills and good fundamentals.  He is able 

to slash to the basket or knock the jumper down.  

He is a good looking prospect.  D-1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So. 6-4 SG Jeremy Burgess- Athens Academy

The shooter every team needs.  Jeremy can fill it up from 

the outside.  He's very offensive minded and a mature young 

man. He has good size and needs to keep developing. 

A D-1 prospect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So. 6-6 WF Jalen Kendrick- SWAC-

Jalen has the ability to play 1,2 and 3 positions.  He has 

unbelievable talent; a Grant Hill type of player.  Once you 

see Jalen get a rebound and go coast to coast, you will see 

what I'm saying.  He has good up-size and is skillful.  D-1 prospect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jr.  6-3 CG Ryan Legates- Blessed Trinity

Ryan's got game! He can fill it up, take you off the dribble and 

knock down the 15 to 20 feet jumper.  Ryan also has good ball 

handling skills.  He is an unknown "Sleeper" and a D-1 prospect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jr.  6-6 WF Lovell Cook- South Cobb High

 He possesses a nice body; a very talented wing player that 

can knock down the jumper.  He's very effective around the 

basket, strong and athletic. A D-1 prospect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jr.  6-0 CG Alex Coxworth- Centennial High

Alex is more of a shooter and he can fill it up from 

anywhere on the floor.  He is a good, smart team player.  

A D-1 prospect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jr.  6-7 SF Justin Taylor- Newnan High

Justin has good size and is very strong on the boards.  

He plays good around the basket, plays hard and block 

shots.  He is a D-1 prospect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jr. 6-5 WF James McRae- Brunswick High

James has a great touch around the basket.  He has 

a wide body that can bang inside and post small guards.  

He can rebound and plays good defense.  A D-1 prospect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soph. 6-2 CG Rodney Gilbert- Spalding County

He is a good looking prospect that is athletic, quick and 

can handle the ball.  Rodney is a very explosive player and 

can knock down the 15 to 20 feet jumper.  He is a D-1 prospect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch List: Not many people know about these players:

 

Soph. 6-3 SG Ricky Ritter- Fayette County High-  Ricky is a very explosive athlete and he's a rim rocker if you don't box him out.  He's a young, athletic shooting guard  with good size and can light it up.

 

Jr. 5-10 PG Donte Turnipseed- Riverdale High- Donte is a true point guard that's very underrated.  He is the rare floor leader that you can give the ball and let him go.  He's a very smart, unselfish player that can also score.  In addition, he's a slasher, can create off the dribble and has good floor vision.  

 

Jr. 5-9 PG Ryan Fleming- Cherokee High- Ryan is a smart point guard that make good decisions on the floor.  He can score and is very athletic, quick and pushes the ball up the floor. Ryan  is also a true point guard that is  very skillful and a good ball handler.  He is a D-1 prospect.

 

Jr. 6-3 WF Byron Graham- Riverdale High- A very explosive and athletic player in the open court.  He plays hard on both ends of the floor.  Byron is very underrated player and is a good looking D-1 prospect.

 

 

10/07/07

By Harry Douglas

The Showcase of Stars event was a great success.  We would like to thank Clayton State Head Coach Gordon Gibbon, Athletic Director Mason Barfield, Parents and Players that participated.  The event always draws a lot of unknown talent and this year was no different.  It's hot news.   A breakdown of the Exposure Clinic will be coming soon so hold on.  Georgia has a top flight player who has emerged to the top in Class 2010.