Glenn Robinson III – Commit
Robinson’s Lake Central team received all it could handle on Friday night in an overtime win over Merrillville. Robinson led the Indians in the comeback, they trailed by 11 with just over seven minutes to play, by scoring 15 of his game high 22 points late in the fourth quarter.
Robinson came just short of a triple double on Tuesday, tallying 16 points, 10 rebounds, eight assists and four steals in a more routine win over Chesterton, 66-47.
Mitch McGary – Commit
Brewster Academy was off last week after a pair of games were cancelled. We posted highlights from Brewster’s showdown with Tilton last week but you can also watch the full game (broken into clips) here. Brewster will resume play after the holidays with a home game versus Evan Smotrycz’s former school, New Hampton.
Class of 2013
Derrick Walton – Commit
Walton had 19 points in a win over Ann Arbor Skyline and our own Kevin Raftery was on the scene. Make sure you watch video of Walton in action and check out our detailed scouting report.
Zak Irvin – Commit
Irvin had 18 points and a game high nine rebounds in a Hamilton Southeastern win over Zionsville. He also added had 17 points, including four three pointers and five rebounds in a loss to Indiana No. 2 North Central.
Mark Donnal – Commit
Donnal had 16 points in a win over Northview on Tuesday – full video and scouting report – and added 22 points in another Anthony Wayne win on Saturday over Springfield.
Dominic Woodson: Woodson’s Vermont Academy squad split a pair of games at the St. Andrew’s Holiday Classic. Stats aren’t availalble for Woodson but the New England Recruiting Report posted this video interview with highlights:
Goodluck Okonoboh: Michigan coaches were on hand at the City of Palms Classic to watch Okonoboh and Tilton play in a blowout win over Friends Central.
Class of 2014
Drake Harris: Grand Rapids Christian beat Lowell, 92-61, but Drake Harris had just six points.
Cliff Alexander: Alexander had 22 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks in a 78-42 win over Hope on Wednesday. He also had four points, 12 rebounds and three blocks in a 64-61 win over Hyde Park on Tuesday.
Keita Bates-Diop: Bates-Diop has been excelling early this season, the most recent school to turn up interest is Missouri, and was featured by the local news as an athlete of the week (highlights included):
Tyler Wideman: Wideman finished with 12 points, nine rebounds and five blocks in win over Merrillville and also had 13 points in a Tuesday win over Chesterton in front of Matt Painter.
Peyton Allen: Allen had 25 points in a 44-32 win over Rochester and 23 points in a 69-61 win over Rochester which was Glenwood’s first since 2007.
Jamal Poplar: Poplar had 21 points, eight rebounds and three blocks in a loss to Detroit Allen, earning praise from his coach: “He’s giving us what we need every night,” Woods said. “He’s very consistent. I have to now find other guys to be consistent to go along with that.”
Trevon Bluiett: Bluiett had 16 points in a 87-60 win at Triton Central on Saturday. Joe Eberhardt also posted a scouting report and video from Bluiett’s recent game versus Covenant Christian.
Grant Evans: Evans had 28 points in a 84-49 loss at New Castle on Dec. 13 and 28 points in a 86-37 win at Wes-Del on Dec. 16.
Perry Poindexter: Poindexter added points and three rebounds in a 81-76 win over Hamilton Southeastern on Dec. 17.
Class of 2015
Luke Kennard: Kennard is arguably the top freshman in the state of Ohio and is averaging nearly 20 points per game this season. He hit a snag in a win over Bellbrook, hitting just a pair of shots, but “did lead Franklin in floor dives, fist pumps and nifty passes.” Kennard already has a verbal offer from Dayton and has previously visited Michigan.
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