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3 ways to adjust to the recruiting process post Covid-19.

Due to the coronavirus, tournaments have been canceled, so what does this mean for the recruiting class of 2021 and 2022? Unfortunately the NCAA recently announced a recruiting dead period for the organizations top division through June 30th, so this means more pressure for High School Student Athletes. If you are a top level recruit …

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The Changing World In High School Sports,COVID-19 Era

When high school sports restart, A major question is what the game day experience will look like for fans in the age of COVID-19, Social distancing and Constant hand-washing will be at the forefront for all schools. We all can agree this will be the new normal going forward. High school officials will have their …

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Around the Nation in 2 minutes, College Basketball At Its Best… Next Up: AJ Banks Of Wyoming University

I have had this content over a year just sitting, it’s still in its original format. Their’s a lot of athletes that come out of North Las Vegas, Some are forgotten! Mr. AJ Banks of Wyoming University is a young man who has a unique story that has a lot of substance attached to it! …

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The Dilemma of The NCAA And Youth Basketball In The 21st Century

The sports industry is not just a signature aspect of the American way of life, but has also become a major component of the American economy. –William C. Rhoden Since 1936 when the Southeast Conference became the first of the major Collegiate conferences to award athletic grants-in-aid, the athletic scholarship has become the centerpiece of …

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5 Year D1 Recruiting Report In Las Vegas Between 2014-15/ 2018, SOME OF VEGAS BEST!

I thought it would be very interesting to take a look at the past 5 years of Las Vegas recruiting. At the highest level Division 1. Clark County, Nevada’s estimated population is 2,204,079 with a growth rate of 6.47% in the past year according to the most recent United States census data. Clark County, Nevada …

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The Clap Back For D2 And D3 Schools, What Parents And Players Don’t Know!

One thing I come to know, Las Vegas is very uninformed on the level of play that D2 and D3 schools offer. Most parents and high school players really don’t understand how competitive the level of play really is in 2018-19. I know most people out West are not familiar with Barry University, D2 program …

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Around the Nation in 2 minutes, College Basketball At Its Best… Next Up: Northern Colorado “Jordan Davis”

I thought it would be good to step outside of my box to cover some of the past players, who are making some noise on the national level. I made an effort to catch up with Some of Vegas Best, “Mr. Jordan Davis” I believe it was February 3, 2015 Canyon Springs was match up …

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The Top 7 High School Basketball programs in the City of Las Vegas

When I decided to take on this topic of discussion I knew what I was getting myself into. It will be many people in the basketball community who will say, who am I to take on this discussion. I have never been the type of man to shy away from constructive dialogue. In this day …

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