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Watch select games from The Battle of the South on SUVtv on September 5-6

By SUVtv, 09/04/20, 10:15AM EDT

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The Sunshine State will hosts an intriging collection of grassroots basketball teams this weekend at The Big House in Tavares, FL. Those that can't make it to Orlando can catch select games on SUVtv presented by Bolt 24. Click Here for Event Schedule

 

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Teams & Schedule Will Be Released for the 2021 edition of FTTH

The 19th annual Premier Health Flyin' To The Hoop Invitational teams & matchups will be revealed on Tuesday, October 27 at the event's perennial press conference in Dayton, OH. In order to maximize safety for all involved, the internationally recognized high school basketball showcase will unveil this season's schedule via a virtual presser live from Premier Health in Dayton, OH.

Each year, Flyin' To The Hoop features some of the best teams and players competing in front of sell out crowds of over 20,000+ fans, 100+ members of the National Media and 100+ Div. I, II, & III Coaches. The attendance will look very different this year given COVID-related restrictions, but those who cannot attend can watch every game live & on demand on SUVtv.

Notable event alums include the NBA's Andrew Wiggins, Josh Jackson, Jaylen Brown, Anthony Davis, Jabari Parker, Luke Kennard and more.  

WATCH THE PRESS CONFERENCE LIVE ON OCTOBER 27 @ 11AM EST

HBCU Showcase Part 2 - Live & On Demand Oct 24th

By SUVtv 10/24/2020, 8:45am EDT

Watch Select Games Live

The Georgia Stars will host a one-day event that will include testing, skill development, and scrimmage games. The skill sessions will include stations led by a camp staff that will include Tony Delk, Rob Allen, Kelvin McConnell, and Mike Holloway. Some of the players in attendance will include Chase Clemmons, Ethan Davis, Isaiah West, Bretner Mutombo, Felix Okapara, and more...

Event Itinerary

8:30-9am Check In
9:30-10am Stretching/Warmup
10-10:30 Testing stations (2 attempts)
Vertical & Speed; Media Training - (3) 30 minute blocks
10:30-11:30 Training stations- 15 minute Rotations
1.Ball handling
2. Finishing over size-
3.Shooting -
4.Defense stops And movement -
11:30-12:15 Guest speaker Brendon, Trent, Tony, Lance, Annie, Norm
12:15 -12:45 Lunch
12:30-2:15pm All-star Game Two-15 minute Halves
2021-2022 Game @ 12:30
2023 Game @ 1:00
2024 Game @ 1:30
2:15-2:30 closing

 

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Watch the Relentless Hoops 2022 Select 80 Camp on SUVtv

By Trent Markwith (Relentless Hoops) 10/13/2020, 6:30pm EDT

Impressive lineup scheduled for Sunday, October 18

Following the 2021 Select 80 Camp on October 11th, we will see 2022 prospects compete in a similar setting on October 18th at Atlanta Jewish Academy. Helping to lead and coach at the camp will be former UAB Head Coach Rob Ehsan, along with former Alabama & UGA Assistant Yasir Rosemond. Some of Georgia’s top 2022 players are already confirmed for camp with more on the way. Numerous out-of-state prospects are expected to be in attendance also.

 

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Here’s a short look at who is locked in so far.

Ranked Georgia Prospects

6’3″ TJ Clark- Newton (16th ranked prospect in Georgia/Offers from NC A&T and FGCU)

6’3″ Anthony Arrington- Galloway (18th ranked prospect in Georgia/Offer from Cal State-Bakersfield)

6’7″ Jaylon Taylor- Buford (19th ranked prospect in Georgia/Offer from UAB)

6’4″ Chance Thacker- Providence Christian (20th ranked prospect in Georgia/Offers from Stetson and Robert Morris)

6’6″ Mason Lockhart- Columbia (23rd ranked prospect in Georgia/Offer from Mercer)

6’5″ Keith Robbins- St. Francis (24th ranked prospect in Georgia/Offers from Xavier and Elon)

6’3″ Jalen Forrest- Greenforest (26th ranked prospect in Georgia/Offers from MTSU, Presbyterian, Appalachian State, Stetson, Mercer, UAB, and Charleston Southern)

6’3″ Ajai Flagg- ELCA (29th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’5″ Josh Fulton- GAC (30th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’2″ Jameel Rideout- Discovery (31st ranked prospect in Georgia/Offer from Charleston Southern)

6’3″ Dylan Wolle- Sequoyah (32nd ranked prospect in Georgia/Offers from Mercer and Jacksonville)

6’2″ Mitchell Taylor- Carver Early College (33rd ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’7″ Aidan Hadaway- LaFayette (35th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’6″ Robert Dix- South Cobb (37th ranked prospect in Georgia/Offer from Bryant)

6’8″ Tony Carpio- Providence Christian (44th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’6″ Thomas Allard- North Gwinnett (48th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’6″ Jaylen Peterson- Stephenson (52nd ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’8″ Emeka Iloh- McIntosh (56th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’5″ Chi Shannon- Chapel Hill (59th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’0″ Caleb Blackwell- Buford (64th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’4″ Cameron Walker- Milton (68th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’5″ RJ Simmons- Whitefield Academy (83rd ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’4″ Christian Drummer- Archer (96th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’3″ DJ Potts-Heard- Cherokee (97th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’2″ Charles Stone- Columbus (99th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’5″ Alex Acosta- North Cobb (112th ranked prospect in Georgia)

5’10” Mekhi McGinty- Maynard Jackson (120th ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’5″ Josh Hughes- Etowah (122nd ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’3″ Tomiwa Adetosoye– Chattahoochee (123rd ranked prospect in Georgia)

6’7″ Wade Kahl- Centennial (124th ranked prospect in Georgia)

5’11” Jonah Hamilton- Etowah (125th ranked prospect in Georgia)

Out-Of-State Prospects

6’5″ Reggie Bass- Hamilton Heights, Tennessee (Top 150 in the country for 2022, Offers from Oregon State, Kansas State, Texas Tech, Florida, Providence, and Illinois)

6’7″ Marcus Kell- Legion Collegiate Academy, South Carolina (17th ranked prospect in SC/Offer from Wingate)

6’5″ Joe Haze Austin- Pontotoc, Misissippi

6’2″ Paxton Davidson- Green Hill, Tennessee (Interest from Tampa and Barry)

Other Notable Georgia Prospects

6’4″ Eamonn Kenah- St. Pius (soon to be ranked Top 100 in Georgia)

6’7″ Drew Phillips- Whitefield Academy (soon to be ranked Top 100 in Georgia)

6’3″ Philip Schultheis- Starr’s Mill

6’9″ Anthony Robinson- Starr’s Mill

6’4″ Gil Matondo- Chattahoochee

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