Program Preview – EOTO – July 20, 2013

Karlie Bearden of Dawsonville, Ga., is leading the youth movement this July for E.O.T.O. *Photo by Ty Freeman

Karlie Bearden of Dawsonville, Ga., is leading the youth movement this July for E.O.T.O.
*Photo by Ty Freeman

Primarily operating in the North Georgia area, Ken Huffman has developed numerous college prospects since 2007. His E.O.T.O teams are known for having skilled individuals who work well within a team concept. Two of the more notable players that Huffman had a hand in helping are Jasmine Jenkins of Oakwood, Ga., who is entering her sophomore year at Vanderbilt University. Also, Morgan Jackson of Gillsville, Ga., just health psychology assignments finished her first year Georgia State also played for E.OT.O for several years. Both players contributed significant minutes as freshman at their respective schools, which speaks highly of the training that Huffman provided.

By: @JLHemingwayPSB

Program Director:

Ken Huffman

Program Headquarters:

Gainesville, Ga.

TeamPSB Events They Will Attend:

July 23-25 Summer Invitational (Marietta, Ga.)
July 27-28 Power 48 Summer Finale (Marietta, Ga.)

Notable Players:

***All rankings and star grades courtesy of
Karlie Bearden – 2016
Corey help with writing a thesis statement for a research paper Staples – 2015

This year, E.O.T.O., is experiencing a youth movement of sorts after the graduations of Maya Dillard of Dillard, Ga., who signed with Lipscomb and Haley Gerrin of Clarksville, Ga., who will play at Georgia State next season. One of the more promising players for Coach Huffman this year is 5–foot–11 forward Karlie Bearden of Dawsonville, Ga. The skilled forward can knock down the open jumper and is a developing ball handler. Alongside of Bearden is 5-8 guard Corey Staples of extended essay ib history rubric Buford, Ga. The athletic wing is known most for her active presence on the court. Her developing perimeter skills make her a player who will not be an under the radar prospect for long. National Evaluator Stephen Peck says that “E.O.T.O. is a quality program with quality individuals from top to bottom. Coach Huffman sets the tone by helping these young ladies reach their goals yearly.” Check next week for updates on E.O.T.O. and all of your favorite girls basketball players.
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Jonathan HemingwayJonathan Hemingway is the Assistant Director of Scouting for the The service is used by more than 150 colleges and universities nationwide. He also serves on the selection committee for the Elite Basketball Academy Fab Five and Super 64 Camps. He has been involved in the community since 2002 as a coach, camp director and evaluator. You can reach him via email at [email protected] and follow him on twitter @JLHemingwayPSB