Class of 2011 Recruit Trevor Cooney (Sanford, DE) Takes In Syracuse Game

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Trevor Cooney 2011

Trevor Cooney 2011

Today one of the top shooters in the class of 2011 was at the Carrier Dome taking in the Big East match up between top 15 schools, Syracuse Vs Notre Dame. Syracuse took advantage of this big game and atmosphere to get hoops recruit Trevor Cooney to check out the school on a un-official visit.

Trevor Cooney a 6’3 shooting guard has a very impressive skill set for a player his age. He is an excellent shooter from anywhere on the court and also has the ability to finish inside when he attacks the rim. The best part of his game is his high basketball I.Q. and fundamental skills. He does a great job trying to get all of his teammates involved with his great floor vision.

He currently holds offers from Wake Forest, Syracuse, Delaware, Rutgers, St. Joseph, Virginia, West Virginia and Georgia. Others showing interest include Georgia Tech and Notre Dame amongst others.

Last season as a freshman for Sanford, Cooney averaged 18.7 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game, while shooting 40 percent from 3-point range.

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Derrick Favors (South Atlanta, GA) Picks Georgia Tech

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Derrick Favors

Derrick Favors

On Wednesday, Derrick Favors a 6’9/225 power forward from (South Atlanta, GA) announced he will be attending Georgia Tech. He picked the Yellow Jackets over N.C. State and Georgia.

Derrick Favors who is a consensus top five prospect will be a impact player for Georgia Tech next season in the ACC. Coach Paul Hewitt now has very impressive incoming class for next year.

Derrick Favors joins Mfon Udofia (Miller Grove, GA), Brian Oliver (William Penn, DE), Glen Rice JR. (Walton, GA) and Kammeon Holsey (Hancock Central, GA) for the recruiting class of 2009.

Derrick Favors is a prospect with a high upside to his game. He has the ability to finish on the inside with either hand along with being a great rebounder on both ends of the floor. He runs the floor very well for a player his size and is capable of stepping outside and knocking down the jumper if you double team him. He is very active on the inside on both ends of the floor being able to alter or block any shot put up by his opponents on the inside. He has a motor that never stops and has started to add even more range on his jumper stepping out and knocking down the 3 more consistently.

Will Regan (Nichols, NY) Q&A Recruiting Update

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Will Regan (2010)

Will Regan (2010)

Will Regan (Nichols, NY) Q&A Class of 2010

 

PHR: What school’s are on your list?

WR: Michigan, Maryland, Arizona State and Stanford

PHR: Do you have a favorite?

WR: No I mean it’s really open those are just the schools who have contacted me and I like.

PHR: What are you looking for in a program?

WR: Teammates I can get along with and a good school with high academics. A good school all around where you can have a good experience.

PHR: Have you taken any un-official or official visits yet?

WR: Yes, I have taken a lot of visits which include the four schools I mentioned earlier along with Duke, Providence and Penn State.

PHR: Do you have a timetable set for when you will commit?

WR: After the high school season and before the end of the AAU season.

Will Regan is a 6’8 very fundamentally skilled post player with the ability to step outside and hit the 3 pointer with a smooth looking stroke. He is a monster on the boards going after every shot that goes up on both ends. On the defensive end he has the ability to block shots and also start the break with nice crisp outlet passes to guards on the wings. He uses an array of post moves with either hand on the inside to score and also has a nice touch off the glass from either block. He will definitely be a nice addition to any team on his list with his aggressiveness on the boards and high basketball I.Q. along with playing a 100% all the time.

Roscoe Smith (Walbrook, MD) Q&A Recruiting Update

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Roscoe Smith (2010)

Roscoe Smith (2010)

 

 

Roscoe Smith (Walbrook, MD) Q&A Class of 2010

PHR: What school’s are on your list?

RS: Connecticut, Georgetown, UNC, Kansas, Maryland, Texas, Memphis, Florida, USC, UCLA, Virginia, Virginia Tech and more.

PHR: Do you have a favorite?

RS: Everybody has an equally chance right now.

PHR: What are some of the deciding factors you are looking for in a program and school?

RS: Things I am really looking for is coaching, a coach and players I can feel comfortable around and play with.

Roscoe Smith is a 6’8 extremely long and athletic wing forward who plays aggressive at both ends of the floor. He attacks the rim well with either hand and uses his athletic ability to finish strong inside. He has range out beyond the 3pt line with ease and a nice mid-range pull up jumper. He uses his long frame on the defensive end of the floor to alter and swat away shots with ease. He has a ton of upside which is why so many schools are after him for his services.