Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Prep U. Hoops will feature detailed evaluations, reports and exposure for 5 players, call them
The Prep U. Hoops Starting 5
DeMarco Bradley Jr.
Any Prep U. evaluation and report will NOT be published until the reports are "finalized," which requires a mandatory approval process involving the players. Just keep in mind, we are dealing with young men, and the things reported impact their future. This fact will neither be disregarded nor compromised - period.
Stay tuned as the Final Reports will be worth the wait...
This weekend, Prep U. Hoops covered the Buckeye Prep Report Elite Showcase where the top players in the Class of 2019 showcased their talents. In an event with a number of players deserving attention, there could only be 12 (this week).
- DeMarco Bradley (All-Ohio Red)
- Keion Brooks (George Hill)
- Amari Davis (All-Ohio Red)
- Nobal Days (Butler Elite)
- Jeremiah Francis (All-Ohio Red)
- Andre Gordon (All-Ohio Red)
- Chaz Gwyn (CP3)
- Jeremiah Keene (Ohio Hoopsters)
- Balsa Koprivka (Team Florida)
- Thomas Melonja (GPU Steelrivers)
- Wendell Moore (CP3)
- Bryan Sanders (Team Florida)
Disclaimer - Prep U. could not possibly pick the top 12 players in a single weekend, nor would it try, but these players are the Prep U. Hoops "12" and were chosen for one reason or another (in alphabetical order)
Friday, September 12, 2014
Prep U. Hoops is powered by Game Prep Sports Corporation and dedicated to evaluating, reporting and exposing prep basketball talent throughout the country.
The goal of Prep U. Hoops is not to rank players, but to (1) evaluate players in a way that is relevant (2) report on players in a way that means something and (3) expose players for one reason - because they earn and deserve it. This is not to say rankings will not be provided - it's just not the priority or focus.
Every player appearing in the Prep U. Hoops Player Profile will receive a transparent and honest critique and assessment of their basketball skill and ability based upon Prep U. Hoops eyewitness accounts and admittedly subjective opinions. Yep, that's right.
All Player Profiles detailed explanations with the final result being a Prep U. Hoops Rating, which will be referred to as a Player's Game Prep Average, and for short the "Prep U. G.P.A."
When a player is highlighted by Prep U. Hoops, you will know why they were highlighted, when they were highlighted and, most important, why a player receives a particular rating that translates into a Prep U. G.P.A.
Prep U. Hoops will at all times remain objective during the process of evaluating, reporting and exposing of (young) players.
Prep U. Hoops will not compromise the game of basketball by providing information that people want to know about players. Prep U. Hoops will provide the information people need to know about players. The game of basketball and the prep players who play this game deserve more, so here it is...
Prep U. Hoops - The Prep Basketball Evaluation, Reporting and Exposure Blog - For Prep Players, About Prep Players.
Welcome to Prep U. Hoops - where x's and o's are only the beginning...
First up, the Class of 2019 and Class of 2020 at the Buckeye Prep Elite Showcase in Columbus, Ohio, Otterbein University, September 13 and 14, 2014.