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New Entries For The 2018 EM200 Rankings

With the update to the EM200, there were a number of players who went from unknowns to clear national talents. Whether it be impressive play in major tournaments, growth in their skillsets, or leading ridiculous runs to titles, these prospects made statements. Which players made our list of new entries? 1) Zion Griffin – Little known before the KC Hardwood Classic, it was quite the July for Griffin that culminated with a Kansas Jayhawks offer. Not on a big shoe circuit, the 6’6 forward made a statement averaging 30.3 ppg and 10.7 rpg in 6 games vs Nike EYBL teams,...

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David Duke (Mass Rivals/18) – 2017 Adidas Summer Championships

Mass Rival guard David Duke had a productive week at the Adidas Summer Championships in Vegas. Hit the jump for highlights of the physical 6’4 guard. The EM200 prospect is a physical attacking guard who thrives attacking the rim both in transition and in the half court. His above average height combined with plus athleticism allows him to get to the rim for finishes or dump offs to bigs. Being a big guard, he has positional versatility and prides himself on the defensive end as he pestered opponents with his non-stop intensity on that side of the floor. See below...

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Cal Commit Matt Bradley (Team Eleate/18) – 2017 Adidas Summer Championships

Cal commit Matt Bradley was spectacular at the Adidas Summer Championships in Vegas. Hit the jump for highlights of the physical 6’4 guard. Ranked #69 in the EM200, one word to describe Matt Bradley is versatility. Bradley is an outside-in guard who put his full arsenal on display at the Adidas Summer Championships. His strength allows him to bully smaller guys into his areas of the floor for good looks. Bradley has a plus handle that he uses to create separation on the perimeter for pull-ups which he knocks down with consistency as a good shooter. His motor and physicality means...

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2018: Rankings Risers For EM200

With the update to the EM200, there were a number of players who put in the work and made noticeable leaps in their skillsets and production. Some made the transition from mid major to high major players while others cemented their elite statuses. Which players made our list of ranking risers? 1) Landers Nolley – Slotting in at #53, Nolley rose 49 spots after a strong July with Team Loaded NC. Nolley’s game is built around his elite and versatile shooting ability. Whether in transition, off the catch or pull-ups, the small forward knocks down shots effortlessly. The rangy...

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