Tag Archives: N.C. State

NHR Top 100: #38 C.J. Leslie, PF, N.C. State

30 Oct

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By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

Number 38 – C.J. Leslie, PF, Soph., North Carolina State

Mark Gottfried has always had great production from his big men. He knows how to coach them and use them in his system. That being said, Leslie is in good position to have a monster season. Continue reading

Who’s who of schools are chasing T.J. Warren

4 Aug

By Brian Flinn
National Hoops Report

T.J. Warren is considered one of the premier scorers in the nation and this past week his ability to score the ball was on display throughout the AAU Nationals.

The Brewster Academy bound North Carolina native had a 38-point performance in Orlando. Few players can put up points like Warren can.

Because of that, the elite programs are in tow. Continue reading

Predicting Purvis? Not so fast.

1 Aug

By Brian Flinn
National Hoops Report

ORLANDO – Rodney Purvis is just what you would expect from the top shooting guard in the nation for the class of 2012. He is long, quick, can hit the outside shot and gets into the lane with ease. He is also a major reason that his CP3 squad continues to advance through the field at AAU Nationals.  Continue reading

NHR Top 100: #100 Lorenzo Brown, NC State

1 Aug

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

Number 100 – Lorenzo Brown, PG, Soph., N.C. State

When Ryan Harrow left Raleigh for Kentucky, the point guard responsibility shifted to Brown. He was good as a rookie last season and showed flashes of brilliance. Now Brown has the full opportunity to shine in one of the best conferences in America. Continue reading

NY’s Finest: Isaiah Lewis is the next great guard to come out of NYC

28 Jul

By Brian Flinn
National Hoops Report

ORLANDO – The Albany City Rocks team boasts one of the best rosters in the country with two top 15 players in Ricardo Ledo and DeJuan Coleman and talented 2012 forward Tyler Cavanaugh to back them up.

Isaiah Lewis is often forgotten when people think of City Rocks, but this week Ledo is in Puerto Rico trying out for the national team and Coleman is nowhere to be found.

Now it is up to Cavanaugh to be the primary scorer and Lewis to step up as the two man. In their first game at the AAU 17 and Under Nationals in Orlando, Canvanaugh and Lewis did just that. Cavanaugh scored when needed and Lewis was both a scorer and a distributor. Continue reading