Visitors! As mentioned in the Kansas post game, Carlton Brundidge (2011 commit), Glenn Robinson III (2012 commit), Gary Harris (2012), Khaliq Spicer (2012), Sherron Dorsey-Walker (2012), Steve Haney (2013), Derrick Walton (2013), Cha Cha Tucker (2013), and Chris Harrison-Docks (2012) were all at the game.
Class of 2011
Southfield went 2-0 this week with wins over Harrison, 71-44, and Clarkston, 63-60. Brundidge had 21 points and 8 rebounds in the win over Clarkson. Brundidge was profiled in the Free Press by Mick McCabe.
Class of 2012
Glenn Robinson III – Commit
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Robinson had a game high 17 points, including six in the final two minutes, to give Lake Central a win over Michigan City. Robinson was double and “even triple teamed” for a majority of the game. Over the weekend, Robinson had 24 points on 9 of 11 shooting vin a loss to La Porte.
At one point in transition he actually tried to dunk over another player. He came away holding his eye, and he was up so high I wondered if he hit his head on the rim. He really is as good as I had heard he was. I am not a good scout for high school talent though. I will leave that up to the experts. What I will say is that Glenn is a player that can force the opponents to adjust to him. In high school I think that is all you can ask of a player.
Stauskas had a game high 20 points in a 67-56 win over St. Andrews as he “shot jumpers and took it strong to the goal with equal aplomb.”
In a 68-58 win over Milton, Stauskas had 18 points and six rebounds. The offense was left “largely in the hands of Stauskas, who was 6-for-6 from the free throw line and hit two 3-pointers.”
Pershing guard Sherron Dorsey-Walker had 13 points, five rebounds, and four assists, in a loss to Southeastern. Sam, a commenter on this site, posted a detailed scouting report but here are some of the highlights:
First off, Sherron Dorsey-Walker is a legit 6-4 with very long arms but still awfully skinny. If he had been hitting his shots last night, it could have been a completely different game. He clearly has a good stroke, he was simply unable to get it to go down in the rowdy environment. He does a great job getting to the rack and drawing contact and is a wonderful passer, but has a ways to go on his strength and shot selection. He still has a year and a half of high school ball and a summer of AAU to work on his game. I fully expect him to be a contributor on the high major level after a couple years of work with a good staff of coaches and strength and conditioning workouts.
Hawkins had 20 points on 10 of 15 shooting for 20 points and eight rebounds in an 81-60 win over Traverse City Central.
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Class of 2013 Bullets
- We scouted 2013 big man Jackson Lamb and also posted some game footage and a video interview.
- VJ Beachem visited Purdue over the weekend.
- Zak Irvin has been sidelined by an injury but Michigan remains one of the teams recruiting the 2013 wing the hardest.
- Derrick Walton had 20 points in a 35 win over Detroit University Prep.
- Steve Haney will be eligible to play next week, which means he will not be able to participate in Lansing Eastern’s MLK Classic this coming weekend. Jordan Hare, Sherron Dorsey-Walker and others will be able to participate.