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Friday / January 18.
  • Recruiting Notes & Lists from Reebok

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    PHILADELPHIA – Here is a quick rundown of some school lists and college targets from the Reebok All-American Camp here in Philly…

    Louisville is focusing on 2009 player Durand Scott of Rice (pictured) and 2010 targets 6-4 Doron Lamb, 6-7 Roscoe Smith and 6-7 C.J. Fair.

    Fordham is focusing on getting at least one of the three St. Anthony big men, all of whom are here: Derrick Williams, Ashton Pankey and Devon Collier. The Rams are also looking at Kyle Casey and OD Anosike.

    Seton Hall has offered the following players ships (although this is not an all-inclusive list): senior Dominic Cheek of St. Anthony, who just made the USA U-18 team; senior forward Tevin Baskin of Stamford (Conn.) Trinity Catholic; junior guard Kyrie Irving of St. Patrick; junior guard Isaiah Epps of PLainfield, who was not at the camp because of injury; forward Derrick Williams of St. Anthony; junior forwards Fuquan Edwin and Trevor Clemmings and junior guard Jayon James, all of Paterson Catholic; and Seton Hall Prep sophomore guard Sterling Gibbs.

    St. John’s is recruiting Devon Collier, Ashton Pankey, Jayvaughn Pinkston, Tobias Harris, Karron Johnson and Myck Kabongo, among others.

    Rutgers has offered Edwin, Clemmings, Baskin, Epps, Cheek, Gibbs, Kevin Parrom and Tobias Harris.


    Kenny Boynton: Duke, Georgia Tech, Memphis

    Renardo Sidney: Arizona State, UCLA, USC

    Richard Howell: Oregon, Marquette, Texas

    Aaric Murray: Marquette, West Virginia, St. Joe’s

    Brandon Knight: Miami, Georgia Tech, Duke

    Dan Jennings: Pitt, Minnesota, West Virginia

    Sterling Gibbs: Maryland, Florida, Rutgers

    Mike Poole: UConn, Kansas, Florida

    Kevin Parrom: Marquette, Clemson, South Carolina

    Abdul Gaddy: Texas, Arizona, Memphis

    Myck Kabongo: Florida, Texas, Maryland

    Ashton Pankey: Fordham, Virginia, Xavier

    Derrick Williams: Seton Hall, Temple, La Salle

    Tobias Harris: Rutgers, Indiana, Baylor

    Isaiah Epps: Maryland, Rutgers, Pitt

    CJ Fair: Louisville, Texas, Florida

    Kyle Casey: Davidson, Harvard Fordham

    Karron Johnson: Memphis, Georgetown

    Terrel Vinson: Villanova, Georgetown, Duke

    Shaquille Thomas: Xavier, Providence, Virginia Tech


    1. Kenny Boynton

    2. Myck Kabongo

    3. Junior Cadougan

    4. Abdul Gaddy

    5. Thomas Robinson

    6. Brandon Knight

    7. Karron Johnson

    8. Mike Marra

    9. Tobias Harris

    10. Renardo Sidney

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    Adam Zagoria is a Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. A contributor to The New York Times and SportsNet New York (SNY), he is also the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. His articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. He also won an Emmy award for his work on the SNY mini-documentary on Syracuse guard Tyus Battle. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.