City Search: Milwaukee

<b> –</b> If you're in Milwaukee and want to grab a bite before the big game you go to Goolsby's. If someone asks you who the best player ever from the city is, you say Terry Porter. What do you do if asked who the best freshman in the city is? Simple, read this article.

This is the first in series of profiles has planned on cities across the country. Each profile is designed to be a snapshot of the up and coming talent in various metropolitan areas. Up Next: Houston.

Area Overview

Our research led us to believe that the city can be counted on for 2-3 high-major prospects each year but overall, the metropolitan area isn't quite as deep as we initially thought. There is a potential special player in 2008's Lucious and the younger groups look solid.

How Strong Is This Group? Not very and there is no depth.

  • Marcus Landry, 6-7, PF, Vincent (Wisconsin)

  • Elliott Johnson, 6-7, PF, Vincent (juco/prep)

    How Strong Is This Group? Top two are outstanding; depth an issue.

  • Jerry Smith, 6-3, SG, Wauwatosa East

  • Trevon Hughes, 6-1, PG, St. John's

  • Mitchell Carter, 6-10, C, King

  • Troy Cotton, 6-2, SG/PG, King (Wisc.-GB)

  • DeAngelo Jackson, 6-0, CG, Pius XI

    How Strong Is This Group? To be determined but has possibilities.

  • Matt Dorlack, 6-11, C, Eisenhower

  • Charlie Chapman, 5-11, PG, Arrowhead

  • Yusef Gray, 5-10, PG, Vincent

  • Montrel Clark, 6-10, C, King (JV)

  • Shavon Scott, 5-11, PG, Vincent

    How Strong Is This Group? Lucious has star power; promising group.

  • Korey Lucious, 5-11, SG/PG, King

  • Bryan Brown, 6-6, PF, King

  • Jerrell Andrews, 6-2, PG, Horlick

  • Tyrone Gordon, 6-1, PG/SG, Riverside

    How Strong Is This Group? Who knows? Not much buzz yet …

    Special thanks to Ritchie Davis, Marty McGlothan, Mark Miller and a handful of college assistants from the area who lent their expertise on the local talent!

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