Jemarl Baker can’t miss vs. Chino Hills, drops 30 points
Jemarl Baker was on fire from the outside vs. Lonzo Ball and Chino Hills at the Corona Centennial’s BattleZone on December 2, 2015. Baker finished with 30 points, while hitting 80% from the 3 point line.
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Jerry indicates the following in his most recent report:
“It is practically a foregone conclusion that Diallo will enroll in a college at for the second semester. He wants to play right away and not sit out, but he has not been cleared by the NCAA Clearinghouse yet and it is not a certainty that he will be cleared in time. So there is the possibility of training with a team during the second half of the season but not participating in games. His desire, however, is to play right away.”
Here is where ESPN has him ranked:
So is it UCONN or Kentucky?
Most are now saying Diallo has switched from an almost guarantee UCONN get to a Kentucky lock. The announcement should come soon with the NCAA having to work quickly to get him eligible for this coming semester.
Scout.com‘s Director of Basketball Recruiting Evan Daniels
Evan Daniel’s bio:
After graduating in May 2007 from Western Kentucky University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, Daniels signed on with Scout.com, as a Basketball Recruiting Analyst. In September 2010, Daniels took the reigns as Scout.com’s National Recruiting Analyst and in 2014 was promoted to Director of Basketball Recruiting. Prior to getting picked up full time at Scout.com, he worked for Prepstars, logged experience in television news, as an intern at CBS affiliate WLKY and was a sports anchor at Western Kentucky University’s student-run news station. Daniels is a voting member on the USA Basketball Men’s Developmental National Team, McDonald’s All-American and the Naismith Boy’s High School Basketball Player of the Year committees.
Here’s what he tweeted about his time with the Cats today. @EvanDaniels
Spent the afternoon watching Kentucky practice. The Wildcats may boast the most athletic backcourt in the country.
Kentucky Basketball recruits Thomas Bryant and Malik Newman both dropped over 30 points in a head to head match up with Coach John Calipari watching. At the 2015 Mustang Madness event in Paducah, Kentucky Malik Newman lead Callaway past Huntington Prep by a score of 72-66. Thomas Bryant finished with 33 points and 14 boards on 13 for 16 shooting from the field. Malik Newman finished with 35 points on 12 for 24 shooting from the field. Both players are being recruiting by UK and Coach Calipari hopes to have them join the Class of 2015 Kentucky Recruiting Class.
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