Getting to Know Eric Williams Jr.

Eric Williams Jr. (2) of New Haven puts up a shot during the match between New Haven and Lincoln at New Haven High School on January 29, 2016. (MIPrepZone photo gallery by David Dalton)

Eric Williams Jr. is an elite student-athlete currently attending New Haven High School in metropolitan Detroit. Eric is one of the best high school prospects in Michigan, currently ranked the #52 player in the state for the class of 2017 per Prep Hoops. Williams Jr. was outstanding on the AAU circuit for the Michigan Playmakers this summer. The 6’4 combo-guard marks multiple checkboxes college coaches are seeking with his ability to knock down perimeter shots off the catch or pull-up, while being a good finisher with great body control. While best known for lighting up the scoreboard with a versatile game, Eric is also an honor-roll student at New Haven High School holding down a 3.09 GPA.


An Introduction to Jeremiah Francis


Jeremiah Francis is an elite student-athlete currently attending Pickerington Central in Pickerington, OH. Francis is a highly sought point guard for his class, currently ranked the #74 player in the class of 2019 per 247Sports. The 6’2 point guard enjoyed an excellent Spring/Summer campaign on the prestigious EYBL Circuit (15U) that included a trip to Peach Jam. Poised beyond his years, Francis is a power-guard who is tough to stop when he attacks down hill but also an excellent facilitator who can knock down pull-up jumpers out to the 3 point line. Not just an athlete, Jeremiah is an excellent student who maintains a 3.5 GPA.


An Introduction to Keion Brooks Jr.

Keion Brooks

Keion Brooks Jr is an elite student-athlete currently attending North Side High School in Fort Wayne, IN. Brooks is a highly touted rising sophomore, currently ranked the #15 player in the class of 2019 per Scout. The 6’7 wing had an excellent AAU campaign running with the Indy Hoosiers, playing up a level which is a testament to his talent level. Brooks blend of size and athleticism coupled with his extremely high skill-level make him a high-major bet and a student-athlete with a bright future ahead of him.


David DeJulius MSU Visit Reaction


Endless Motor Sports had the privilege of speaking with 2018 point guard David DeJulius (EEVP/The Family) fresh off his unofficial visit and academic tour to Michigan State University. David recaps the visit mechanics, the fit at MSU, and how he rates the visit. David is coming off an excellent summer on the EYBL circuit that resulted in offers from DePaul, Oakland University, and U of D.


An Introduction to John Michael Mulloy


John Michael Mulloy is an elite student-athlete currently attending Carmel High School in metropolitan Indianapolis. John is one of the fastest rising prospects in the Midwest, currently ranked the #10 player in the state of Indiana for the class of 2019 per Prep Hoops. The 6’9 forward already holds a Division I offer and is receiving heavy interest  from several high major programs as well. Best known for his ability to put the ball in the basket from inside and outside, John is also an honor-roll student at Carmel High School holding down a 4.0 GPA.


Getting to Know Kiyon Boyd


Kiyon Boyd is an elite student-athlete currently attending Woodson High School in Washington, DC. Kiyon is one of the most coveted high school prospects in the country, currently ranked the #27 player in the class of 2018 per Rivals. The 6’5 shooting guard was outstanding on the prestigious Adidas Uprising circuit, averaging 10.7 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 1.9 assists per game during the Adidas Summer Championships while playing up a year in the 17u division. Kiyon is the prototype combo-guard with a lethal combination of size and athleticism that creates off the dribble and knocks down perimeter jumpshots, while also having the ability to set up teammates for easy buckets with great vision.


Getting to Know Jimmy Bell


Jimmy Bell is an elite student-athlete currently attending Arthur Hill in Saginaw, Michigan. Bell is a talented and emerging big-man in the Midwest for the class of 2018, and a two-sport athlete also garnering interest in football at the D1 level. The 6’8 center was impressive on the AAU circuit this summer as a member of Greenwood Elite and his recruiting profile is taking off, garnering his share of D1 offers due to his ability to carve out space, rebound his area and finish in the post.


Getting to Know Antwaan Cushingberry


Antwaan Cushingberry is an elite student-athlete currently attending Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis. Antwaan is one of the most sought after high school point guards in the Midwest, currently ranked the #11 player in the state of Indiana for the class of 2018 per Prep Hoops. The 5’8 floor general was impressive on the AAU circuit this summer and his recruiting profile has picked up recently, with a plethora of D1 schools showing interest in the poised playmaker with the smooth stroke off the bounce and great court vision.


Jerome Hunter Michigan Visit Reaction

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Endless Motor Sports had the privilege of speaking with 2018 combo-forward Jerome Hunter (OH Nova/Pickerington North) fresh off his unofficial visit and academic tour to the University of Michigan where he received an offer from head coach John Beilein. Jerome recaps the visit mechanics, the role UM envisions him in, and how he rates the visit. Head coach John Beilein and UM intensified the interest in the 6’7 combo forward during the final July live evaluation period in Las Vegas, and the relationship has grown since that time. It’s hard not to like the potential fit between Jerome and UM, as Hunter has the ability to knock down perimeter shots from both mid-range and three, good enough ball skills to make plays off the dribble from the 3-4 position, all while having the size and athletic ability to attack the glass.


Xavier Tillman Highlights (17/Spiece) – Brawl for the Ball


Endless Motor Sports was on site in Grand Rapids to witness 2017 4 star post Xavier Tillman (Spiece) have an impressive weekend. Xavier displayed tremendous footwork in the post, where he was able to finish with both hands. Tillman was also stellar in setting hard screens for his guards, and eventually reaped the benefits after rolling to the rim and finishing on the move on several occasions. While Xavier was great in the half-court, he ran the floor extremely well for easy finishes, as it is obvious that Tillman is in the best shape of his life. See below for highlights.