2009 Delaware Adidas JR Phenom Camp Information

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adidas-jrIt’s almost that time again for the Delaware Adidas JR Phenom Camp to take place. It will be held on May 2&3, 2009 at the Wilmington P.A.L. Center 3707 North Market St., Wilmington, DE. The cost is $ 195.00 per player which includes Adidas jersey and shorts. This camp is for kids in grades 5th-9th and will include fundamental drills, games and lectures about on and off the court behavior.

Go to (http://www.delawarephenom.com) to register a player for this camp. There will also be scouting services at this camp which along with camp staff will select the players who will be chosen to attend the National Camp in San Diego, CA.

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2009 Delaware State Tournament Updates

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Here are the results from the second round of the playoffs:

(1)    C.R. 68 (16) Newark 51

(8) Smyrna 69 (9) Cape 53

(4) A.I. du Pont 56 (13) Dover 55

(5) Glasgow 69 (12) Hodgson 65 Overtime

(2) William Penn 49 (18) Concord 33

(7) Delcastle 70 (10) Red Lion Christian 52

(3) Tatnall 64 (14) Woodbridge 63 Overtime

(11) Polytech 61 (6) Delmarva Christian 38

Quarterfinal Match-Ups (Tuesday)

(1)    C.R. vs. (8) Smyrna

(4) A.I. du Pont vs. (5) Glasgow

(2) William Penn vs. (7) Delcastle

(3) Tatnall vs. (11) Polytech

2009 Delaware State Tournament Match-Ups

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The 2009 Boy’s Delaware State Tournament will kick off a day late after the recent snow storm we just received. Here is a list of the first round match-ups.

First Round

(17) Campus Community (15-7) at (16) Newark (12-10), 7

(24) Salesianum (13-8) at (9) Cape Henlopen (17-5), 7

(20) Howard (14-7) at (13) Dover (14-8), 7

(21) Sussex Central (10-12) at (12) Hodgson (16-7), 7

(18) Concord (17-5) at (15) Caravel (14-8), 7:15

(23) Brandywine (14-8) at (10) Red Lion Christian (18-4), 7

(19) Sanford (14-8) at (14) Woodbridge (17-6), 7

(22) Milford (14-8) at (11) Polytech (13-9), 7

Second Round

Campus Community-Newark winner at (1) C. Rodney (21-2), 8

Salesianum-Cape Henlopen at (8) Smyrna (17-5), 2

Howard-Dover at (4) A.I. du Pont (18-5), 2

Sussex Central-Hodgson at (5) Glasgow (16-6), 2

Concord-Caravel at (2) William Penn (18-4), 1

Brandywine-Red Lion at (7) Delcastle (17-4), 2

Sanford-Woodbridge at (3) Tatnall (21-1), 6

Milford-Polytech at (6) Delmarva Christian (21-3), 6

Renardo Sidney (Fairfax, CA) Picks Southern California

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Renardo Sidney (Fairfax, CA)

Renardo Sidney (Fairfax, CA)

The afternoon press conference that was set-up for Renardo Sidney to make his announcement on where he will play college ball next year had no surprises. After earlier in the week when UCLA dropped out of his recruitment, it was a no-brainer that he would end up at cross-town rival USC.

Now the only thing holding Renardo Sidney from finalizing the committment is get a qualifying SAT score when he takes the test March 16, 2009.

He has had an outstanding senior campaign posting big numbers and leading his team to a 24-3 record thus far. He is avgeraging 24.0 points, 10.6 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game.

2009 Nike Hoops Summit USA Roster

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The 12th annual Nike Hoops Summit will take place on April 11th at the Rose Garden in Portland, OR for the second year in a row. The game will match up some of the elite high school ball players in the USA against the top international prospect under the age of 19. This all-star game is very unique in the fact the players will be playing as representatives for the home countries. The game will tip off at 7 p.m. (PDT).

Some of the past stars in this game include Kevin Garnett (Boston Celtics), Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas Mavericks), Tony Parker (San Antonio Spurs), Josh Smith (Atlanta Hawks), Kevin Durant (Oklahoma City), Al Jefferson (Minnesota Timberwolves), Derrick Rose (Chicago Bulls), O.J. Mayo (Memphis Grizzlies), Michael Beasley (Miami Heat), Kevin Love (Minnesota Timberwolves), Andrea Bargnani (Toronto Raptors) and many others.

USA Junior National Select Roster:

Derrick Favors (South Atlanta, GA) (C) Georgia Tech

John Henson (Sickles, FL) (PF) UNC

DeMarcus Cousins (LeFlore, AL) (PF) Undecided

Mason Plumlee (Christ School, NC) (PF) Duke

Mike Moser (Grant, OR) (SF) UCLA

Xavier Henry (Putnam City, OK) (SG) Memphis

Avery Bradley (Findlay Prep, NV) (SG) Texas

Leslie McDonald (Briarcrest, TN) (SG) UNC

John Wall (Word of God, NC) (PG) Undecided

Abdul Gaddy (Bellarmine Prep, WA) (PG) Washington

2009 McDonald’s All-American Game Rosters

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mcdonaldsThe 2009 contest will take place in the sunshine state at the University of Miami’s Bank United Center on April 1. This is the most prestigious All-American game that is held on the high school level and is comprised of 24 elite players from the East and West coast. The game will be aired on ESPN at 8 p.m. ET.

East Roster:

Derrick Favors (South Atlanta, GA) (C) Georgia Tech

Alex Oriakhi (Tilton School, NH) (C) UConn

Ryan Kelly (Ravenscroft School, NC) (PF) Duke

Milton Jennings (Pinewood Prep, SC) (PF) Clemson

Dante Taylor (National Christian Academy, MD) (PF) Pittsburgh

DeMarcus Cousins (LeFlore, AL) (PF) Undecided

Lance Stephenson (Lincoln, NY) (SG) Undecided

Kenny Boynton (American Heritage, FL) (SG) Florida

Dominic Cheek (St. Anthony, NJ) (SG) Villanova

Dexter Strickland (St. Patrick, NJ) (PG) UNC

Maalik Wayns (Roman Catholic, PA) (PG) Villanova

Peyton Silva (Franklin, WA) (PG) Louisville

West Roster:

Keith “Tiny” Gallon (Oak Hill Academy, VA) (C) Oklahoma

John Henson (Sickles, FL) (PF) UNC

Wally Judge (Arlington Country Day, FL) (PF) Kansas State

David Wear (Mater Dei, CA) (PF) UNC

Travis Wear (Mater Dei, CA) (PF) UNC

Renardo Sidney (Fairfax, CA) (PF) Undecided

Mason Plumlee (Christ School, NC) (PF) Duke

Xavier Henry (Putnam City, OK) (SG) Memphis

Avery Bradley (Findlay Prep, NV) (SG) Texas

Michael Snear (Rancho Verde, CA) (SG) Florida State

Abdual Gaddy (Bellarmine Prep, WA) (PG) Washington

Tommy Mason-Griffin (Madison, TX) (PG) Oklahoma

John Wall (Word of God, NC) and Jordan Hamilton (Dominguez, CA) were both ineligible for this game.

The top three Universities represented in this game are UNC (4), Undecided (3) and Duke, Oklahoma and Villanova each had (2). The top rated player left off the rosters was Mouphtaou Yarou (Montrose Christian, MD).

2009 Jordan Brand All-American Rosters Announced

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jbcThe Jordan Brand All-American game announced the rosters for the game held at Madison Square Garden in New York City. This year’s event tripleheader will begin with an International Game at 3:30 p.m. followed by the Regional Game at 5:30 p.m., and the All-American Game at 8:00 p.m. The International and regional rosters will be announced at a later date. The All-American game will be aired on ESPN2.

The biggest surprise of the team selected was the omission of “NYC Standout” Lance Stephenson (Lincoln, NY) and “Jersey Star” Dexter Strickland (St. Patrick, NJ). Each of these players deserves to play in this game both are ranked in the top ten players in the country. There has been a rumor going around that the reason Lance Stephenson was left off of the roster has to do with him test-wearing Under Armour gear for (Lincoln, NY).

The Jordan Brand selection committee really dropped the ball on this decision leaving off the top player in New York for an All-American being held in the Madison Square Garden.

Tickets are now on sale at all Ticketmaster locations, the Madison Square Garden box office, online at ticketmaster.com or by calling 212-307-7171. For more information, please visit the official web site, www.JordanBrandClassic.com. Live webcasts of the Regional and International games, produced by the High School Basketball Network, are also available at www.JordanBrandClassic.TV.

The roster for the game includes:

John Wall (Word of God, NC) (PG) Undecided

Lamont “MoMo” Jones (Oak Hill Academy, VA) (PG) Virginia Tech

Tommy Mason-Griffin (Madison, TX) (PG) Oklahoma

Abdul Gaddy (Bellarmine Prep, MA) (PG) Washington

Kenny Boynton (American Heritage, FL) (SG) Florida

Avery Bradley (Findlay Prep, NV) (SG) Texas

Xavier Henry (Putnam City, OK) (SG) Memphis

Dominic Cheek (St. Anthony’s, NJ) (SG) Villanova

Durand Scott (Rice, NY) (SG) Miami

Royce White (Hopkins, MN) (SF) Minnesota

Jordan Hamilton (Dominguez, CA) (SF) Texas

Renardo Sidney (Fairfax, CA) (PF) Undecided

Derrick Favors (South Atlanta, GA) (PF) Georgia Tech

Mason Plumlee (Christ School, NC) (PF) Duke

John Henson (Sickles, FL) (PF) UNC

Wally Judge (Arlington Country Day, FL) (PF) Kansas State

DeMarcus Cousins (LeFlore, AL) (C) Undecided

Alex Oriakhi (Tilton School, NH) (C) UConn

Keith “Tiny” Gallon (Oak Hill Academy, VA) (C) Oklahoma

Daniel Orton (Bishop McGuiness, OK) (C) Kentucky

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