Tag Archives: Arkansas

Questions, questions, so many SEC questions

25 Oct

Is this the year where Vanderbilt makes it to the Final Four? (PHOTO: Getty Images)

By Matt Fultz
National Hoops Report

With the talent abound in the SEC this year and high expectations for teams involved, there are bound to be questions surrounding the league. What are they? Well, we dive into them. Continue reading

Projecting the SEC

24 Oct

By Matt Fultz
National Hoops Report

The SEC is heavy at the top, solid in the middle and the bottom has a number of teams that could fit the sleeper mode. So what does that mean exactly? A fun and unpredictable year in the league. Here’s the National Hoops Report crack at how we think the league will finish up. Continue reading

The Jarnell Stokes race is on

5 Aug

By Brian Flinn
National Hoops Report

Jarnell Stokes is one of the premier big men in the class of 2012 and could be looking at a serious bump in the rankings after leading Memphis YOMCA to the finals of both the NIKE Peach Jam and AAU Nationals. In what can only be described as a stellar month for the power forward, things are going pretty well for the big man. Continue reading

Late decision for Goodwin?

29 Jul

By Brian Flinn
National Hoops Report

ORLANDO – In the beginning of the summer Archie Goodwin was considered a top ten player and possibly the best shooting guard in the class of 2012, but during the NBA camp in June he broke his wrist, sidelining him for a few weeks. Now he’s back with a vengeance and on a mission to regain his place on the prep pecking order. Continue reading

Goodwin back, big timers still in chase

21 Jul

By Bobby Bancroft
National Hoops Report

With so many great players present, leading the EYBL Finals at the Nike Peach Jam in scoring is a serious accomplishment.  Doing so with limited use of your non-shooting hand?  Well that’s just crazy.

You can call it what you want but Archie Goodwin of the Arkansas Wings Elite did exactly just that last week in North Augusta, S.C. Continue reading

The future: SEC

21 Jul

Can the four-headed monster of recruits keep Kentucky at the top of the game in 2011-2012?

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

Once again, some of the nation’s top players are coming to the Southeastern Conference thanks to John Calipari. For the third straight year, the Wildcats have one of the nation’s most impressive collection of rookies coming to Lexington. The rest of the league is trying to keep up but UK seems to have a strong hold on impact rookies. Here’s a look at who to watch this season. Continue reading

Double trouble: YOMCA duo did work at EYBL finals

20 Jul

Jarnell Stokes is having a tremendous summer with Memphis YOMCA.

By Bobby Bancroft
National Hoops Report

Memphis YOMCA had one of the most successful showings at the 2011 EYBL Finals at the Nike Peach Jam last week by winning the U16 Division and coming in as the runner-up in the U17 Division.  The U17 team was lead by their 2012 frontcourt five stars –  Jarnell Stokes and Shaq Goodwin. Continue reading

Inside the SEC: July 19

19 Jul

By Matt Fultz
National Hoops Report

With nine players from the conference selected in the 2011 NBA draft, plenty of other signing to play overseas, and even more lost to graduation it is time to look at some reserves from last season that are poised to breakout in 2011-2012. In order to qualify, the player could not have started more than half of his team’s games. Continue reading

Peach Jam: Memphis YOMCA claim 16U title on buzzer beater

15 Jul


By Bobby Bancroft
National Hoops Report

It’s not often that you get a second chance at a game-winning basket in a championship game, but that’s exactly the situation that was facing Memphis YOMCA forward Nick King with .5 seconds left in overtime of the Nike Sweet 16 Finals. Continue reading

Inside the SEC: July 12

12 Jul

By Matt Fultz
National Hoops Report

College coaches are bouncing around the country recruiting this month. Where did coaches from the SEC go and who did they watch? We know. A big transfer, a coaching move, a big injury and a new name all highlight this week’s Inside the SEC. Continue reading