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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Website Mentions

From Ramey Basketball's Website:

Here's a look at the early spring AAU stock boosters for the area. Players who have started to garner the attention of D1 schools around the country.

2011 Stock Boosters

Here is a look at the 16 of the areas top spring Stock Boosters so far from the area:

6’8   Nolan Berry Desmet 2013 St. Louis Eagles 16U
6’3   Deshawn Munson East St. Louis 2013 St. Louis Eagles 16U
6’4   Malcolm Hill Belleville East 2013 SW IL Jets 16U
6’10  Colin Ferguson Desoto 2012 Team Rameybasketball
6’8   Jordan Granger McCluer North 2012 St. Louis Eagles
6’5   BJ McClaughlin Hazelwood Central 2012 Gateway Basketball Club
6’9   Ryan Rosburg Marquette 2012 Gateway Basketball Club
5’10 Demetrius Floyd McCLuer 2012 Baylor Impact
6’6   Marcus Mason Granite City 2012 Team Rameybasketball
6’6   Raymond Doby Cahokia 2014 SW IL Jets 15U
6’5   Darius Austin Cahokia 2014 SW IL Jets 15U
6’2   Darrion Reddick Belleville East 2014 SW IL Jets 15U
6’8   Eric Moeller Desmet 2012 Team Swish
6’9   Austin Gilliam Oakville 2014 Team Swish 15U
6’7   Jordan Martin Hazelwood Central 2013 St. Louis Eagles 17U
6'3   Paul McRoberts Soldan 2012 Baylor Impact

Not sure where they got 6'8".  His hair must have been really flat that day :)  Or maybe he didn't have his high heels on.
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From Earl Austin, Jr.'s website:

Home | Prep Basketball | Mullen’s High Profile Showcase Recap

Team Swish (Zykan): I watch the Swish play in a couple of games and the play I was most impressed with was 6’4” forward Jamie Hudson (DeSmet). Jamie really shot the ball well in the games I watched and he also scraped inside for some offensive rebounds. It looks like he has lost some weight and it has helped his mobility. I was looking forward to seeing 6’10” Eric Moeller play in this event because there were a slew of college scouts in the house. Unfortunately, Eric was slapped with two touch fouls early in the first game and had to take a seat. When he came back in, I was happy to see him play aggressive and he got some things done. One interesting player for college coaches to see was forward Connor Fleming (Westminster Christian). He is a legit 6’7” and he can play multiple positions.

(That was playing with a sprained ankle.)

E training with Tracy


The Big KC Prep Invitational /Pricechopper tournament is July 28-31. That'll be the last AAU tournament. They may play in a tournament in St. Louis next week.  I think E's ankle is doing better.  He's working out with Tracy today.

Have a great day!

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