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No. 87 Jr Eric Ayala Picks Top 9 Schools

No. 87 Jr Eric Ayala Picks Top 9 Schools

ESPN No. 87 ranked high school junior Eric Ayala has picked his top 9 colleges.   They are: Arizona, Indiana, Oregon, Syracuse, Maryland, Ohio State, LSU, Georgetown, and Miami.   Also amid mounting speculation that he would reclassify into the 2017 class, Ayala has decided to stay put and play out his senior year of high school.   “I just feel like I got a better opportunity in 2018 as far as trying to establish myself,” Ayala told Zagsblog. “I just want to keep getting better. I’m not in a rush to go to college and rush the process.”   The 6-5 guard out of Putnam Science Academy (CT) averaged 14.2 points on the Under Armour AAU circuit this year for WeR1, leading the team to the 2017 UAA championship.   With the Under Armour finals win, WeR1 became the first ever 17U squad defend their title at the event.   “A physical combo guard who can score, Ayala’s leadership and toughness stood out in leading WeR1 to a championship,” wrote Rivals’ Eric Bossi.   Ayala, who is transferring to IMG Academy (FL) for his senior season, said he is looking for a college that really wants him.   "I [want] to be a priority,” Ayala told “I [don’t] want to be someone’s second-fiddle. I [don’t] want to be a kid someone recruited just to see if he would come.”   “Syracuse offers a lot I like, pick-and-roll, fast,” added Ayala. “[Oregon] wants me to come in and play because they need a guard and I have a very good relationship with Coach Dana Altman. [Miami] has beautiful weather and a great coaching staff and facilities.”   Stay tuned.     For more basketball news go to

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Jontay Porter-I’ll Play At Mizzou W. Bro In ’17

ESPN No. 10 ranked high school junior Jontay Porter said he will probably reclassify to the 2017 class and play at Missouri next season…

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ESPN No. 37 ranked high school junior Jalen “Sticks” Smith had a 20-point, 11-rebound double double to lead Team Takeover past Bradley Beal Elite…

LSU Gets No. 5 Scorer S. Utah’s Randy Onwuasor

No. 5 Scorer S. Utah’s Onwuasor To Transfer

Southern Utah star Randy Onwuasor, the nation’s fifth leading scorer this year, will be transferring.


The 6-3, 210-pound guard led the team in scoring, rebounding…

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No. 3 Sr Mohamed Bamba Cleared To Play At Texas

ESPN No. 3 ranked high school senior Mohamed Bamba has been cleared by the NCAA to play at Texas this fall.


Last month his brother…

UConn Gets JUCO’s Kwintin Williams

UConn Gets JUCO’s Kwintin Williams

JUCO star Kwintin Williams has committed to UConn.


The high-jumping 6-7 wing averaged 18 points and 8.3 rebounds two years ago at Pima Community College…

Watch No. 11 Jr C Ian Steere Highlights (VIDEO)

Creighton Gets No. 11 Jr C Ian Steere

ESPN No. 11 ranked high school junior center Ian Steere has committed to Creighton.


The 6-9, 240-pound big man out of Wesleyan Christian Academy (High…

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No 1 So. RJ Barrett Leads Canada To U19 World Cup

ESPN No. 1 ranked high school sophomore R.J. Barrett scored 18 points to lead Canada over Italy 79-60 to win the gold medal at…

Watch Highlights of No. 71 Jr Dane Goodwin (VIDEO)

Notre Dame Gets No. 71 Jr Dane Goodwin

ESPN No. 71 ranked high school junior Dane Goodwin has committed to Notre Dame.


The 6-5 shooting guard averaged 27 points and 10 rebounds this…

No. 81 Jr Kevin Porter Commits To USC

No. 81 Jr Kevin Porter Commits To USC

ESPN No. 81 ranked high school junior Kevin Porter has committed to USC.


The 6-5, 205-pound shooting guard out of Rainier Beach HS (Seattle, WA)…

No. 32 Jr Darius Bazley Commits To Syracuse

No. 32 Jr Darius Bazley Commits To Syracuse

ESPN No. 32 ranked high school junior Darius Bazley has committed to Syracuse.


The 6-8 forward out of Princeton HS (Cincinnati, OH) is averaging 15.4…

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