Posted: 5/27/2012 12:40 PM
Last edited 5/27/2012 2:59 PM by PennStateInMD
Posted: 5/27/2012 5:38 PM
PennStateInMD wrote: Lavon Long is a solid 6-6 Forward at Mount Saint Joe's in Baltimore, one of the top programs. Won the Baltimore Catholic League last season. The kid is a good citizen and works hard. He's 17, not one of those 19 year olders still playing HS ball (which is common in Maryland). Solid frame, good fundamentals, good ball handling skills, unselfish team player. No head-case. Left handed.Kid has been brought up well. Only getting mid-Major interest right now because he's not a scoring machine, but his team has plenty of scorers. He seems to still be growing (size 17+ shoe) and has flashes of big potential.Mom loves the Big Ten - Lisa Long was All-BigTen at Iowa under Coach Vivian Stringer and played professionally so he's got some good genes. I've been kidding Mom for years that he'll be wearing Blue&White one day.I'm just throwing his name out there because I know there's a million kids to evaluate each year. This one has no baggage! I repeat, no baggage. Mom has posted Youtube highlights the last couple years as well.
Posted: 5/27/2012 6:55 PM
Posted: 5/30/2012 11:47 AM
Posted: 5/30/2012 6:59 PM
Posted: 6/3/2012 8:55 AM
WRITTEN BY EDGAR WALKER
After releasing our Top 25 combo and shooting guard rankings yesterday and Top 25 point guard rankings for the Class of 2013 on Thursday, the Top 25 wing forwards in the class are ranked today.
Similar to the two guard position, many of these ranked wings could be considered “tweeners,” in that they are in between a shooting guard and wing, or even between a wing and post player.This Top 25 list aims to rank players who project to the wing position at the college level, even if they may play a different role on their high school or AAU team.
All ranked wings must attend a Maryland/D.C. high school in order to be eligible for the rankings, or play at an out-of-state boarding school while maintaining residency in Maryland and playing AAU in the state.
All schools listed are the players’ expected schools for next year. If a player has not confirmed that they will transfer schools, the new school will not be listed until the transfer is confirmed by the player or his coach.
Check back Monday for the ranking of the Top 25 post players in the state. The schedule for the release of the other 2013 rankings is as follows:
Last edited 6/3/2012 9:10 AM by PennStateInMD
Posted: 6/3/2012 10:16 AM
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