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Saturday / July 13.
  • With the Under Armor and Nike stops in the Los Angeles area over the holiday weekend, UCLA is taking advantage.

    The Bruins will host a group of Class of 2018 stars, including Cam Reddish, 6-foot-7 guard from the Westtown (PA) School; Moses Brown, the 7-1 junior big man from Archbishop Molloy; Naz Reid, the 6-10 post from Roselle (N.J.) Catholic; Jahvon Quinerly, the 6-2 point guard from Hudson (N.J.) Catholic; Javonte Smart, the 6-5 point guard from Scotlandville Magnet High School (LA); Elijah Weaver, the 6-5 point guard from Oldsmar (FL) Christian; and Khavon Moore, the 6-8 small forward from Macon (GA) Westside, sources told ZAGSBLOG.

    Reddish is ranked No. 4 in the 2018 ESPN 60, Brown is No. 6, Moore is No. 8, Reid is No. 11, Quinerly is No. 21, Smart is No. 23 and  Weaver is No. 41.

    Among the 2019 players are Joey Baker, Will Baker, Keion Brooks and Josh Green.


    THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — Nahziah Carter isn’t just making news for being Jay-Z’s nephew.

    The athletic 6-foot-6, 190-pound wing from the Albany City Rocks continues to weigh his college options, and is considering going to college in either 2017 or ’18.

    Georgetown, where he recently visited, is recruiting him for both options.

    “We’ve been talking about 2017 because they just opened up a scholarship when someone entered the draft,” he said at the Nike EYBL stop here. “They told me I definitely have a scholarship for 2018. So, we’re gonna talk about 2017 soon. I guess everything plays a big part in my decision to go 2017 or 2018.”

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