Indianapolis Tech forward Trey Lyes chipped in seven points, eight rebounds and two assists in his 2014 USA Blue team’s 82-62 win against Team Australia to snag third place at adidas Nations in Long Beach, Calif. on Monday, Aug. 6.
Class of 2014 power forward Noah Vonleh will have his pick of the nation’s elite schools when it comes time to make his college selection.
Vonleh, a consensus top five player nationally, already has offers from Indiana, Arizona, North Carolina, Kansas, Ohio State, Syracuse, UCLA and several others. The 6-foot-9 forward mentioned the Hoosiers as one of the schools coming at him the hardest at the adidas Invitational.
We’ve compiled over two minutes of high definition quality video of Vonleh from a super pool game at the adidas Invitational against the Eric Gordon Central Stars in the embedded media player below:
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Louisville native and Monteverde Academy (FL) guard D’Angelo Russell is among the elite 2014 prospects participating in this week’s NBPA Top 100 Camp at the University of Virginia.
Russell, who has 21 points, nine assists and six rebounds through two games at the camp, talked to Inside the Hall after his opening game of the camp about his recruitment and much more: