What We Learned – Lighthouse Classic – December 15, 2014

ELITE 100 senior Brandon Sampson of Baton Rouge, La., brought his game to the Lighthouse Classic.  *Brandon Clay / @BrandonClayPSB

ELITE 100 senior Brandon Sampson of Baton Rouge, La., editing services australia brought his game to the Lighthouse Classic.
*Brandon Clay / @BrandonClayPSB

CORINTH, Miss. – The Lighthouse Classic is quickly becoming one of the country’s premier high school post-Thanksgiving events. This year’s edition was no different as some of the nation’s top prospects laced their sneakers up to shine at Corinth High School. Here’s our take on four of the top seniors in attendance:

By: @BrandonClayPSB

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Jerekius Davis (Jackson, Miss.) – Provine HS – 2015

Davis showed himself as a powerful option at the forward position. He played on the perimeter facing the basket while also making an impact essay on my native place ratnagiri around the rim as well. In that way, the 6-foot-5 prospect bring a versatile option to whatever school he chooses starting next season. Misssissippi State, Murray State and Southern Mississippi are all possible options for the three-star plus senior.

Antonio Green (Tupelo, Miss.) – Tupelo HS – 2015

Though he struggled to consistently hit his jumper this setting, the 6-2 guard still made his presence felt in the matchup against Provine. Green is a scorer with the ball in his hands for Tupelo. At the next level, we envision the three-star prospect being able to score while still facilitating the action on offense. In that way, Green custom application essay has a similar style to current NBA guard Brandon Jennings. Like Davis, Green has not made a college decision yet.

Saturday November 28, 2014 – Lighthouse Classic (Corinth, Miss.)

2:00 pm – Provine (MS) vs. Tupelo (MS) – Boys

Brandon Sampson (Baton Rouge, La.) – Madison Prep – 2015

Sampson is currently ranked No. 57 in the ELITE100 National Rankings. The four-star plus guard played like it showing himself as both a scorer and a distributor in this matchup versus Lee. A 6-4 scoring guard, Sampson has a smooth long-range jump shot and the ability to get custom essay coupon code into the lane to make a play for himself or a teammate as well. After the game, Sampson mentioned California, LSU, St. John’s and Southern California as potential destinations but is going to wait until the spring to make a decision.

View Sampson’s Prospect Eval: Brandon Sampson – November 5, 2014

Quinndary Weatherspoon (Miss.) – Velma Jackson HS – 2015

Weatherspoon has already chosen Mississippi State as his future college home. The 6-5 swingman was on full go in a matchup against future Ole Miss swingman Donte Dorsey-Fitzpatrick. He’s strong with good bounce in his legs especially around the rim. Weatherspoon came out of the gate ready to play showing the crowd custom essay recommended why we expect his athleticism and energy to help the Bulldogs starting next season. Cramps late in regulation and the overtime period were the only thing that could keep the four-star prospect from willing his team to victory.

Brandon Clay Brandon Clay is the Executive Camp Director of the Elite Basketball Academy and the owner of Brandon Clay Scouting. Clay is also the owner of Peach State Basketball, Inc., and He serves Director of Scouting for the National Scouting Report. Clay has been involved in the community since 2001 as an evaluator, event operator and trainer. You can reach him at [email protected]