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July 11, 2014
adidas Unrivaled: Bragg knows of two visits
CHICAGO -- Carlton Bragg knows of two schools that he will
officially visit, but played coy on any others.
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Buford (Ga.) High junior shooting guard D'Marcus Simonds had a good
start to adidas Unrivaled on Thursday and carried it over to Friday. He was
hoping to impress one college program in particular.
Senior center Josh Sharma became an expert on unofficial visits this
NEWS AND NOTES
have reached the 20-point mark in two days, and half of those performances came
during the Friday evening session.
High senior small forward Brandon Ingram continued his quality play
with head coaches from North Carolina and Duke looking on
during the afternoon session. Ingram went 7-of-14 shooting for 16 points, plus
hit a pair of three-pointers and grabbed six rebounds. UNC coach
Roy Williams and Self watched Ingram go against Bragg's team in the nightcap.
Ingram's string of double-digit games came to an end, after going 3 of 13 for
Developing junior center Austin Davis of Onsted (Mich.) High is finding ways to score around the basket for his Bearcats team. The 6-foot-10, 230-pounder has offers from Toledo and Central Michigan, and is getting interest from Michigan, Michigan State, Indiana and Iowa. He has unofficially visited the two in-state Big Ten programs and Indiana.
Middle Village (N.Y.) Christ the King junior wing Rawle Alkins had 12 second-half points during the afternoon session, and added 14 in the evening. NC State, Miami and Indiana, are his three most recent offers. Rivals.com ranks the 6-foot-4, 215-pounder No. 27 overall in the class of 2016.
Unrivaled will have the top two teams in the camp play each other at 8:30 p.m.
CT on Saturday, along with the third-place team vs. fourth. The other seeds will
square off at 7:30 p.m.
The head coach traffic definitely tripled Friday in comparison to Thursday. One source thought 36 head coaches have come through this week. Some in attendance Friday included: Arizona State, Butler, Cincinnati, Duke, Georgia, Houston, Kansas, Kansas State, Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oregon, Purdue, Tennessee, TCU, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin
Point guard Jeff Teague of the Atlanta Hawks, who played for Wake Forest, also took in the action Friday. Former NBA and N.C. State player Thurl Bailey watched his son Brendan play, a 2016 small forward from Utah. Fellow ex-NBA star Jerry Stackhouse, who played at North Carolina, watched Ingram play, who he coaches on Stackhouse Elite.
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