Player Blogs

In this new section, the top prospects in the country will take you inside their life and recruitment and will reveal any new and important developments in their blogs. These players have agreed to give National Recruiting Spotlight exclusive access to their personal life and their recruiting situations and will post a blog on average once a month, if not more.

Class of 2012 power forward Jarnell Stokes (#17) was the first player blogger to join us and he’s revealed his top six schools in his first entry and his transfer to Oak Hill in his second. The 6’8, 250-pound power forward gives NRS exclusive access to his recruitment in these journals and can be followed on Twitter @JarnellStokes.

Class of 2013 point guard Isaiah Lewis was the second prospect to begin writing player blogs for us and is the first rising junior to do so. Lewis discussed a plethora of things in his first entry including his workout with John Wall and which schools are sticking out. He has another player blog coming out August 8th so be on the lookout for that. Lewis also will be doing a live chat with fellow player blogger Brannen Greene August 10th and can be followed on Twitter @isaiahlewis12.

Class of 2013 shooting guard Brannen Greene was third to join our team of player bloggers. In his first entry, he talked about a recent visit to Louisville, which Midnight Madness he will attend and much more. He also gave readers an extensive look of what he’s like off the court and even gave some young basketball players advice. He is an excellent writer and all his blogs are must-reads. Greene can be followed on Twitter @b_greene14.

Class of 2013 small forward Ishmail Wainright is the latest elite prospect to write player blogs for NRS. Wainright gave readers an extensive look into his personal life in his debut post as well as interesting recruiting news. He’s a very exciting player to watch on the court and his enthusiasm translates from the court to his blog. Join over 2,000 other people and be follow Wainright on Twitter @Wainright24.

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