Tag Archives: Adam Wing

Summer school: Oklahoma State

6 Jul

By Sam Duren
National Hoops Report

With the July recruiting period right around the corner, college coaches are shifting their focus to recruiting. The July period marks the first time coaches can see high school players in person against equal level competition. What’s going on in the Big 12? The National Hoops Report will take a look at the recruiting landscape of all of the teams in the conference. Today, we look at Oklahoma State. Continue reading

Fastbreak Friday

3 Jun

Photo by Liam James Foley

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

Now that June is here, the summer basketball schedule is now fully underway. If you are an engrossed fan of college hoops, you know that 50 percent of the game is successfully played over the next two months.

With team camps and the busy July evaluation period ahead, college coaches are building their teams of the future.

With that, the drama unfolds. And who doesn’t love drama?

College basketball is full of drama. Welcome to the summer, kids. Continue reading

Trick shot prospect picks Pokes

2 Jun

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

Kyle Singler is the king of the college basketball trick shot. Sorry other candidates. He made a shot from atop the Duke Chapel. That’s impressive. Admit it. It is. Game over.

Now that Singler is graduated from Duke, his crown is up for the taking. Here’s a guy worth keeping your eyes on, trick shot prognosticators: Adam Wing.

Wing, a 6-foot-4 guard from Rowan County (Ky.) committed to Oklahoma State this week, according to my man Jody Demling. He is a quarterback on the football team and committed to Marshall prior to picking the Pokes.

Wing is a master of his own little trick shot universe.

His fundamentals are strong. He relies a little too much on the ladder. Overall, though, he’s a nice prospect with a lot of upside. Travis Ford may have a sleeper trick shot maker.