HUELL SAVES HIS BEST FOR LAST
Miami Norland forward Dewan Huell said he felt like his game improved all weekend and that he "played my best game in the last one."
The 6-foot-9 Huell was 11 of 18 from the field and finished with 25 points and 12 rebounds in Team Breakdown's win over Louisiana Elite.
"I can still get better, I still need to work on a lot of things," Huell said. "But it was a good weekend. I played OK in the first game, better in the second game, better in the game before this one and then my best here."
Huell has narrowed his list to 11 schools, including Louisville. He said he talks with U of L assistant coach Mike Balado about once a week.
Huell won't make any visits until the fall and is hoping to narrow his list to around five schools in early July.
Eric Hester, another U of L target, had nine points, 10 rebounds and three steals in the Team Breakdown win. He was just 4 of 15 from the field.
DALLAS STAR SOLID AGAIN
Dallas standout wing Terrence Ferguson had another big game, scoring 20 points and hitting four three-pointers in a win over Baltimore's Finest.
Ferguson is one of the top U of L targets in the '16 class. He's scored 88 points in six games for MWA Elite this spring.
TOP SENIOR ENDS EVENT
Josh Jackson, considered the No. 1 player in the country, had a sensational game on Saturday morning when he scored 41 points.
Jackson was 15 of 26 from field in that game but in the two games after that to end the event he had just 18 points total. He was 1 of 11 from the free-throw line in the final two games of the event.
Louisville has been mentioned but Kentucky, Kansas and Arizona were the schools front-and-center for him much of the weekend.
CARDS COACHES OUT AGAIN
Kenny Johnson and David Padgett spent the day at the Under Armour event, while Mike Balado was in Lexington tracking the Nike EYBL targets.
Balado watched Maverick Rowan, Troy Brown, Curtis Jones, V.J. King, D.J. Harvey and several others in Lexington.