mavericks123
Ranking incoming freshmen all ready. Two kids from Wisconsin at no. 76 and 82.


http://www.sportspresstv.com/basketball-2015.php

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travis12
They're absolutely perfect rankings, because that site tells you they are:

"Our rankings are compiled by a scientific statistical analysis of all the rankings services. Players are scouted by: Video footage, Athletic combines, Athletic Camps, live game performances, visual kinanthropometric assessment, and our analyst who have mandatory division 1A playing experience. This system eliminates controversy and personal preferences, it insures integrity and accuracy. "

"Our high school basketball rankings are exceptionally accurate."

Never trust anyone who has to tell you how right they are. Not to mention ranking 14 year olds is about as useful as ranking 4 year olds.
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mavericks123
I posted this because I agree with you. They probably haven't seen more than half of these kids even play. A parent can send them info. and they may use it. Nice to see kids listed though. Your whole staff watches the kids in this state and you talk to coaches frequently for their input.
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jdel21
where are these two kids gonna play at
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mavericks123
Darion King is playing at Racine Case next season. Not sure on the other player. I would contact Antonio Curro.
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faststew
travis wrote:
They're absolutely perfect rankings, because that site tells you they are:

"Our rankings are compiled by a scientific statistical analysis of all the rankings services. Players are scouted by: Video footage, Athletic combines, Athletic Camps, live game performances, visual kinanthropometric assessment, and our analyst who have mandatory division 1A playing experience. This system eliminates controversy and personal preferences, it insures integrity and accuracy. "

"Our high school basketball rankings are exceptionally accurate."

Never trust anyone who has to tell you how right they are. Not to mention ranking 14 year olds is about as useful as ranking 4 year olds.

I agree, but what about the kids who dont have the $ or chance to play AAU? Ranking kids that young mite go to there heads? Players shouldnt have a ranking till they are atleast sophmores.Rank them and the privates mite be on the prowl to recruit them rite away and mite up making a bad or snap decision?Nothing wrong with going to private school at all but 7th and 8th graders making life decisions kinda scares me?
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mavericks123
Joe Binyoti is going to Homestead. May be the best-all around point guard for freshmen that I have seen thus far this summer.

Top freshmen point guards:

Joe Binyoti Homestead
Karim Cole Martin Luther
Tyrese Pinson Case
Branden Key Mil. Hamilton
Tywon Bressler Martin Luther
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lonewolf1
Dee Woods from Racine Horlick is a kid in this class that doesn't get enough attention... he just might be the BEST shooter in this class... I think he's the best freshman at Racine Horlick, even ahead of Romeo Bouie.

Another kid who's not being mentioned is Andre Carroll. He was main scorer on the Milwaukee Young Legends team last summer that also had Diamond Stone, Kyle Greiger, and Will Watkins. Freakish athlete and a really tough kid.

Levi Bradley, Andrew Davis, Malik Brown, TreAntae Mason and Steffan Brown are some other names to keep an eye out for in the next coming years.
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mavericks123
Got a chance to watch several players compete this summer in AAU and summer league play.

Darion King Racine Case, Karim Cole Martin Luther, Tyrese Pinson Racine Case, Branden Key West Allis Central
and Tywon Bressler Martin Luther


Darion King has gotten physically stronger and has improved his ability to use his right hand in the post. Played very strong in the WBCA tourney. One of the better all-around post players in the area. He will be one of the top players in the southeast conference this season.

Karim Cole really improved his offensive game this summer playing for the DTA Spartans. It is too bad that he moved with his family to Dallas, Texas.

Tyrese Pinson is a kid who is under the radar. He doesn't get the attention that the other point guards get in this class. Last season he brought Case back in their game against Milwaukee Hamilton in sectional play. He is very quick with the ball in the full ct. and can hit the 3pt. shot when left open. He and King form a very solid one-two punch. Will emerge as one of the better all-around point guards in this class.

Branden Key has all of the tools to be a stud for Central. Solid passer with the basketball, quick to the basket and doesn't back down from a challenge. Key players for them this upcoming season.

Tywon Bressler had a strong showing in Vegas a couple of weekends ago. Generated some interest from some higher level college programs. He has hit the weight room and gotten a lot stronger finishing in the paint and his perimeter shot has improved. His strength is his first step off the dribble.

This class has a lot of talent and will be fun to watch.

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mavericks123
In an earlier post Dee Woods from Horlick was mentioned. I agree that he has a lot of talent and was under the radar for awhile. He should be ranked, but his ranking ahead of Tyrese Pinson from Case was surprising to me. I watched all three games between Horlick and Case last year and Pinson outplayed him. Also, in sectional play vs. Hamilton Tyrese led Case to a huge comeback that almost put them in a position to win. Both kids will be huge factors for their teams this season, but after seeing Tyrese play this summer I believe he is a little ahead of Dee who is a very good player. We will see what happens when the season starts.
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faststew
mavericks123 wrote:
In an earlier post Dee Woods from Horlick was mentioned. I agree that he has a lot of talent and was under the radar for awhile. He should be ranked, but his ranking ahead of Tyrese Pinson from Case was surprising to me. I watched all three games between Horlick and Case last year and Pinson outplayed him. Also, in sectional play vs. Hamilton Tyrese led Case to a huge comeback that almost put them in a position to win. Both kids will be huge factors for their teams this season, but after seeing Tyrese play this summer I believe he is a little ahead of Dee who is a very good player. We will see what happens when the season starts.

I know Case has some good young talent. Racine Case travels to East Troy this season for a game. It. Will be fun to watch speed against size. Who would match up against Pinson vs a defense who primarily plays man to man. [huh]
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ETHS-7 time defending conference champs
State? 2013 or bust!
Brewers predictions: 92-70 and 1 game short of Cincy for Div. Earn 1st Wildcard spot
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faststew
travis12 wrote:
They're absolutely perfect rankings, because that site tells you they are:

"Our rankings are compiled by a scientific statistical analysis of all the rankings services. Players are scouted by: Video footage, Athletic combines, Athletic Camps, live game performances, visual kinanthropometric assessment, and our analyst who have mandatory division 1A playing experience. This system eliminates controversy and personal preferences, it insures integrity and accuracy. "

"Our high school basketball rankings are exceptionally accurate."

Never trust anyone who has to tell you how right they are. Not to mention ranking 14 year olds is about as useful as ranking 4 year olds.

I would love someone to explain visual kinanthropometric assesment to me[huh]
"2012 HS Football Pick'em Champ"
"To give anything less than your all is a failure"
ETHS-7 time defending conference champs
State? 2013 or bust!
Brewers predictions: 92-70 and 1 game short of Cincy for Div. Earn 1st Wildcard spot
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tenspot22
faststew wrote:
travis wrote:
They're absolutely perfect rankings, because that site tells you they are:

"Our rankings are compiled by a scientific statistical analysis of all the rankings services. Players are scouted by: Video footage, Athletic combines, Athletic Camps, live game performances, visual kinanthropometric assessment, and our analyst who have mandatory division 1A playing experience. This system eliminates controversy and personal preferences, it insures integrity and accuracy. "

"Our high school basketball rankings are exceptionally accurate."

Never trust anyone who has to tell you how right they are. Not to mention ranking 14 year olds is about as useful as ranking 4 year olds.

[h]I agree, but what about the kids who dont have the $ or chance to play AAU?[/h] Ranking kids that young mite go to there heads? Players shouldnt have a ranking till they are atleast sophmores.Rank them and the privates mite be on the prowl to recruit them rite away and mite up making a bad or snap decision?Nothing wrong with going to private school at all but 7th and 8th graders making life decisions kinda scares me?


If a player is good enough he doesn't have to pay to play aau so obviously if you are top talent it won't matter
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sp0rtsfan
mavericks123 wrote:
Ranking incoming freshmen all ready. Two kids from Wisconsin at no. 76 and 82.


http://www.sportspresstv.com/basketball-2015.php



So where are they now... [huh]
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iwishiwasaballer
sp0rtsfan wrote:
mavericks123 wrote:
Ranking incoming freshmen all ready. Two kids from Wisconsin at no. 76 and 82.


http://www.sportspresstv.com/basketball-2015.php



So where are they now... [huh]


not sure if you are asking where they are ranked now or something else but...

joe binyoti is 59

and

Darion King wasn't in their rankings.

also,

Diamond Stone is 8

and

Henry Ellenson is 36

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