Endless Motor Sports was on site in Indianapolis to witness 2017 ESPN 4 star combo-guard Amauri  Hardy (North Farmington HS) have a coming out party on the EYBL circuit. The 6’3 combo-guard averaged 9.8 points and 5.8 assists per game over the weekend, on an efficient 48.1% from the field and a spectacular 2.9/1 assist to turnover ratio. Hardy stepped up his aggression level in a major way attacking the basket, but it was his passing and court vision from pick and roll sets and isolation plays that really had college coaches buzzing. Amauri had several nice dimes of the behind the head variety that resulted in easy dunks and layups for teammates, this certainly caught the attention of college coaches in the building. While mostly viewed as combo-guard, Amauri’s improved court vision and passing from pick and roll sets displayed his ability to be a traditional point guard as well, as Hardy is currently #24 in assists per game on the EYBL circuit. Hardy’s great play over the weekend has resulted in high major interest, with Oklahoma State now entering the mix for the talented junior. See Below for highlights.