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No. 3 Sr & Duke Commit Cam Reddish Scores 53

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ESPN No. 3 ranked high school senior and Duke commit Cameron Reddish poured in a whopping 53 points for Westtown School (PA) in a 79-77 loss to Georgetown Prep at the National Hoops Festival.   The 6-7 forward made 8 threes, while shooting a blistering 67 percent from behind the arc (8-of-12) and 64 percent (14-for-22) overall from the field.   “That was definitely my best game, I think,” Reddish told Scout. “I can do everything at a high level. I feel like I’m a great teammate, a good person to be around and I just feel like no one is better than me.”   “That was the motivation [in Saturday’s 53-point explosion],” added Reddish. “I was like ‘this is a great stage for me to be on.’”   The explosive wing averaged 22.6 points, 7.8 rebounds, and 3 assists for Team Final on the Nike EYBL circuit this summer.   Reddish, a forward with point guard skills, was a perfect fit for a star-studded Westtown squad last year that also included then No. 4 Sr Mohamed Bamba (Texas) and No. 37 Sr Brandon Randolph (Arizona).   The Duke Chronicle’s Hank Tucker sees the multi-talented Reddish as the next Blue Devil superstar.   “A versatile wing that can play almost any position on the floor, Reddish could have a similar role as Jayson Tatum and Brandon Ingram in past years for Duke,” Tucker wrote.   Scout loves Reddish’s game.   “Cameron Reddish is a talented wing prospect with good size and length for the position [and] with a 7-foot wingspan,” reads Scout’s analysis. “He [has] good shot mechanics and is capable of getting hot in catch and shoot situations. Reddish also has potential as a perimeter defender because of his lateral movement, length and athleticism. He’s loaded with natural talent.”   For more basketball news go to http://www.blacktoptv.com/


No. 49 Sr Lindell Wigginton Heads Summit World Team

Oak Hill Snaps Chino Hills’ 60-Game Win Streak

ESPN No. 49 ranked high school senior and Iowa State commit Lindell Wigginton poured in 35 points to lead Oak Hill Academy (VA) past…

LaMelo Ball Signs With Agent; Won’t Go To UCLA

Chino Hill’s LaMelo Ball Drops 92 Points

ESPN No. 16 ranked high school sophomore LaMelo Ball went crazy Tuesday, pouring in an unreal 92 points to lead Chino Hills (CA) past…

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No. 2 Sr DeAndre Ayton Heads Naismith Semifinalists

ESPN No. 2 ranked high school senior and Arizona commit DeAndre Ayton heads the list of 10 semifinalists for the Naismith Trophy High School…

Watch No. 6 Sr PF Malik William Highlights (VIDEO)

No. 6 Sr PF Malik William Has Record 16 Blocks

ESPN No. 6 ranked high school senior power forward Malik William had a whopping 16 blocked shots to lead The First Academy (Orlando) past…

No. 19 Sr PF Corey Kispert Signs NLI With Gonzaga

No. 19 Sr PF Corey Kispert Signs NLI With Gonzaga

ESPN No. 19 ranked high school senior power forward Corey Kispert has signed a National Letter of Intent with Gonzaga.

 

The 6-8 combo forward averaged…

Trae Young & Michael Porter Drop 61 At Peach Jam

Michael Porter & Trae Young Drop 61 At Peach Jam

ESPN No. 4 ranked high school junior Michael Porter Jr. and No. 21 ranked Jr Trae Young combined for a whopping 61 points Sunday…

Louisiana-Lafayette Gets USC Transfer Malik Marquetti

LA-Lafayette Gets USC/Millikan HS’ Marquetti

Louisiana-Lafayette has landed Millikan High School star and USC transfer Malik Marquetti.

 

The 6-6 sophomore guard averaged 2.0 points in 7.3 minutes a game this…

No. 11 HS Sr Terrance Ferguson Skipping College To Play Overseas

Terrance Ferguson’s 21 Lead US At Hoop Summit

ESPN No. 13 ranked high school senior Terrance Ferguson poured in 21 points to lead the USA squad to a 101-67 win over the…

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No. 2 Sr Jayson Tatum Drops 40 To Win State Title

Duke-bound ESPN No. 2 ranked high school senior Jayson Tatum poured in 40 points to lead Chaminade to the Missouri MSHSAA Class 5…

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