Scoop of the Day. Saturday May 3. 2003

After 2 National Tournaments, Arizona has proven they can compete with anybody in the Country at the 1, 2 & 3 position, but........

Saturday May 3. 2003

After the Las Vegas Easter Classic & the Houston Kingwood Classic, Arizona has proven they can compete at the national level. The PG, 2G & swing position can compete with anybody in the Country, but talk about the 4 & 5 spot, the Grand Canyon State lacks the numbers in high level quality players.  Juniors 03 Morrison, McCurdy, Gabbidon, Black, Goldstein, Kilby, Burke plus others round out the Top 10 Jr. rankings in AZ.  Today in the 6th Man's Club I rank the Top 10 4 & 5 positions (combined due to lack of numbers) and list there pre-summer projected level based on College Coaches comments and my own evaluations.

Lee Cummard: Clearly the surprise of AZ prospects.  Coaches love the way this guy plays.  Bounces from Baseline to Baseline like no other.  In a surprise comment Cummard told me his top choice right now and what he wants to do........  Get the scoop of the day in the 6th Man's Club!

Future Star:  This kid can play, and nobody has any idea how good he can be.  Find out who in the scoop of the day part II!

 

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Friday May 2. 2003

Marcos de Niza's Dubuois Williams & Paradise Valley's Calvin Chitwood & Lee Cummard of Mesa showcased their skill in front of Oregon State Head Coach Jay John Wednesday night at Central High School. Williams, Cummard & Chitwood are high on the Beavers list after a solid showing at the Kingwood Classic.

NAU Head Coach, Mike Adrias in attendance watching ..........


With over 40 of the top AZ players showcasing their game, Central High School was the place to be Wednesday night.

Other players in attendance......

Get the full scoop in The 6th man's Club!

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