July has become the most important recruiting month of the year for college coaches and MD. There are two “live” periods, where coaches can be on the AAU circuit and watch prospective recruits. July 6-15, the second goes from July 22-31. I would like to follow which 2012 prospects will participate and which tournaments will Turge and his talented staff attends.
I’m quite sure that we are all too familiar with each prospect but I am also curious to discovery what prospects that our coaching staff uncovers that aren’t on our radar. I used our friend word2bigbird's list with one addition.
First off, the 2012 prospects:
Amile Jefferson, Mitch McGary, Robert Carter, Shaquille Cleare, Jerami Grant, Robert Upshaw, Prince Ibeh, Seth Allen, Jake Layman, Danuel House, Arnaud Adala Moto, Christian Sanders, Elijah Macon, Ricardo Ledo, Twymond Howard, Waverly Austin
Jodan Price, Isaiah Zierdon and Jordan Goodman.
Here are a few of the best camps over the next three weeks I found online.
LeBron James Skills Academy, July 5-8, Akron University (Akron, Ohio):
July 5-8, 2011
NCAA: Open to College Coaches on July 7-8
Rosters will be posted by 11:59 pm EST on July 5th.
Reebok Breakout Challenge, July 5-9, Philadelphia University (Philadelphia, Pa.):
Roster posted starting July 6
Adidas Invitational, July 6-9, North Central High School (Indianapolis, Ind.):
Top Indiana clubs represented in the tournament include Eric Gordon All-Stars, Indiana Elite, Team Southern Indiana, D3 Pride, D-Rose, and Spiece. As well as some of the top teams from around the country like 43 Hoops, Atlanta Celtics, DC Assault, Colorado Hawks, Compton Magic, Michigan Mustangs, New England Playaz, and Team Philly.
23rd Annual Duncanville UNDER ARMOUR Great American Shoot-Out July 8-11. Duncanville Fieldhouse (Duncanville, Tex.)
NY2LA Summer Jam, July 12-15, Homestead High School (Mequon, Wisc.
Nike Peach Jam, July 12-15, Riverview Park Activity Center (North Augusta, S.C.):
EYBL Finals at NIKE Peach Jam (17U Teams):
Albany City Rocks (NY) 7-8
All Iowa Attack 10-5
All Ohio Red (OH) 9-6
Arkansas Wings (AR) 6-9
Athletes First (OK) 8-7
BABC (MA) 14-1
Baltimore Elite (MD) 11-4
Boo Williams (VA) 9-6
California Supreme (CA) 10-5
CIA Bounce 12-3
CP3 (NC) 11-4
Georgia Stars (GA) 11-4
Howard Pulley 7-8
Houston Hoops (TX) 12-3
Louisiana Select (LA) 8-7
Mac Irvin (IL) 11-4
Mean Streets (IL) 7-8
Memphis YOMCA (TN) 13-2
Oakland Soldiers (CA) 14-1
Playaz Basketball Club (NJ) 11-4
Spiece (IN) 10-5
Team Takeover (DC) 15-0
Team Texas Titans (TX) 8-7
The Family (MI) 8-7
Adidas Super 64, July 22-26, Rancho High School (Las Vegas, Nev.):
Bigfoot Hoops Las Vegas Live, July 22-26, Durango High School, (Las Vegas, Nev.):
Las Vegas Fab 48, July 22-25, Bishop Gorman High School (Las Vegas, Nev.):
AAU Super Showcase, July 24-27, HP Field House (Kissimmee, Fla.):
Desert Duel, July 27-28, Mesquite High School (Gilbert, Ariz.):
AAU Nationals, July 26-August 1, ESPN Wide World of Sports (Lake Buena Vista, Fla.