Tag Archive | Michigan State
By: Josh Paunil
July 11, 2012
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Thanks to class of 2013 small forward Zak Irvin (Michigan) for doing the interview with us.
The 6’6, 190-pound Indiana native talked to us about the Indiana junior versus senior all-star game he played in yesterday, what he likes about Michigan, meeting Erin Andrews and much more.
Michigan fans should also check out our interview with junior point guard Derrick Walton.
In our latest class of 2012 team rankings, UCLA edges out Kentucky for the number one spot, similar to how small forward Shabazz Muhammad (#1 — UCLA) beat out center Nerlens Noel (#2 — Kentucky) for the top spot in our final class of 2012 prospect rankings. One common misconception among fans — which leads to […]
Outside of attending some of the top high school basketball events in the country ranging from the NBPA Top 100 Camp to the ESPN RISE NHSI and Nike Global Challenge, this is one of my favorite times of the year — the release of the final updated prospect rankings for the senior class. It’s practically impossible […]
I got the chance to catch up with class of 2014 star point guard Tyus Jones last night to talk about his recruitment, how his AAU season is going and much more. The Minnesota native has been one of the stars throughout the Nike EYBL this summer and is fourth in scoring with over 20 points […]
Class of 2013 shooting guard Sindarius Thornwell is from a small city in South Carolina, but he has some of the biggest schools from around the country chasing after him. “I have offers from everyone in the ACC except for Duke, Carolina and Maryland, OSU, Memphis, South Carolina, Tennessee, Villanova, N.C. State and some others,” Thornwell […]
What an event the Nike EYBL is. As we went from game to game at the second session of the EYBL throughout the first two days in Hampton, Virginia, there were star-studded teams everywhere you looked. Future division one basketball players were coming off the bench and multiple teams had a plethora of top-100 prospects. […]