FNL: Wideouts

It's Friday Night Lights for many CA Student Athletes.  That means some special talent on display at the WR position.  With many players having to go both ways because of depth issues, the situation appears to be a blessing in disguise, as scouts get a chance to drill down on particulars.  Take a look as... Continue Reading →

Hoops For Houston

The Southern California Black Coaches Association is hosting a two day tourney to help support victims of hurricanes in the State of Texas.  Day 1 action completed today at Culver City High and Maranatha high School.  Day two will be held at Maranatha High and will feature some pretty intriguing match ups.  Come out and... Continue Reading →

In the Lab

A look at young up and coming players in the State of CA who show promise on and off the court. Taylor Donaldson 5'9 So. Guard Oaks Christian High AAU:  Blessed By God Solid young guard with a huge upside.  Creates off the bounce and shows promise while finishing in traffic.  Lefty who is a... Continue Reading →

Week 1 Standouts

Had a chance to preview some high school hoops this past weekend at St. Bernards High School Fall League.  Didn't get a chance to see all of the action but for what we did see, it's definitely going to be an exciting year on the CA BBall Hoop Circuit during the 2017-18 campaign.  A few... Continue Reading →

Game Changers

  The basketball Gods have a tendency to bless those who respect the game. That's why Roosevelt Wing Matt Mitchell will shine for SDSU.  The kid should've been a 5 star prospect easily, with his Mark Aguirre type skill-sets.  Not quite sure what scouts are looking for in an elite prospect by passing up on... Continue Reading →

Dapper Dandy’s

Part 3 of our look at Dapper Dandy's that stood out at 'The 8' tourney hosted by BigFootHoops July 26-28, 2017. Hunter Tyson 6'7 - Guard Team CP3 Class of 2018 Can you step up and play with the big boys?  Confident in your skills that you got want it takes to be an impact... Continue Reading →

The Speed of the Game.

Hands. Feet. Eyes.  All working together as one.  The speed of the game can be a challenge for some. Players find out reel soon that something, something, just aint right (singing in my Keith Sweat voice). It's one thing to simulate game speed in practice, it's another to be able to perform when it counts. ... Continue Reading →

Chasing the ‘Ship

It's another season.  Time to show everyone what you've been working on.  As a team, it matters even more that players are on the same page and buying into their coaches' philosophy. It's been a grueling summer - two a days, triple digit temperatures, and no one to hit except your teammates.  Friday night lights... Continue Reading →

In The Lab

In the lab spotlights up and coming soldiers who look to stake their claim as the next big thing.  Staying in the lab - whether it's on the men's or women's end of the court,  shouldn't matter.  Working on your game should be a number one priority.  The 2017-18 season is just an alley-oop away. ... Continue Reading →

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