Recruiting Roundup (2-2-09)


Matt Vogrich

Matt VogrichLake Forest tallied two more wins this week. The first was a 51-40 win over Round Lake, Vogrich had a game high 16 points.  Vogrich had 19 points in second win, a 84-66 victory over Mundelein. Matt continues his great season and is 16 points shy of Rob Pelinka’s school record for points scored.

Darius Morris

Darius Morris had a 27 points in a big 82-68 win over San Diego Hoover (18-5). Darius also added 26 points, 11 rebounds, and 9 assists in a blow out win over Brentwood. Windward is on a 6 game winning streak and really seems to be coming into their own down the stretch. They have four games remaining in the regular season including a rematch with rival Campbell Hall.

Jordan Morgan

Jordan Morgan had 15 points in an 84-72 loss to De La Salle. Jordan also had 14 points as U-D Jesuit managed to knock off Divine Child.

Blake McLimans

Worcester was dismantled by Brewster by a score of 92-56.

Eso Akunne

Eso had 17 points in an easy Gabriel Richard win over Detroit Community. He was helped out by junior prospect Josh Herbeck who added 18.

2009 Recruits

Angus Brandt

Angus BrandtAngus had 16 points in a 55-38 win over Highland Park. He followed that up with a disappointing performance in a blow out loss to the Zion-Benton with 8 points and 2 blocks. The Aussie has been a little bit inconsistent but with Michigan’s size issue I wouldn’t mind figuring out a way to fit him in.

2010 Recruits

Trey Zeigler

Trey Zeigler kept up his all around play in a 73-61 win over Cadillac and Drake commitment Ben Simons. Zeigler posted 31 points, 7 rebounds, six assists, two blocks, and four steals. Simons scored 38 for Cadillac.

“Trey is very good, very unselfish and when he knows somebody’s hot on the team, he’ll find him,” said Mount Pleasant coach Sam Taylor, whose team buried 10 3-pointers.

Zeigler added 19 points in a 57-45 win over Bay City Central.

Moses Morgan

Moses Morgan led Palo Verde to revenge over Cheyenne. Morgan had 20 points and 6 boards in the big win for Palo Verde. The Las Vegas Review-Journal has a video feature on the game.  Moses added 9 points in a low scoring win over Legacy earlier in the week.

Will Regan

Will Regan

Regan didn’t show many signs of rust with a 14 point and 14 rebound performance in a 72-47 win over Canisius. Regan added 25 points in another blow out win, 78-56 over Niagara Catholic.  The junior big man continues to produce on the stat sheet

Alex Dragicevich

Alex DragicevichAlex Dragicevich led Glenbrook North to a 2-0 week. Alex had 30 points in a 74-57 win over Prospect. He followed that performance up with 23 points including 10-12 free throws in a 54-42 win over Maine West.

Casey Prather

Casey scored 19 points, 14 after half time, in a 54-50 win over Covington in front of Minnesota head coach Tubby Smith.

“I was trying too hard to get going in the first half,” Prather said. “I was trying to be aggressive.”

Allen Payne

Winton Woods rolled to an easy 76-43 win over Harrison. Payne scored 16 points on 6-8 shooting (2-3 three point) with five rebounds and five assists.

Tim Hardaway Jr.

Hardaway Jr. had 27 points including three triples in a 69-51 win over Gulf Coast. Hardaway followed that performance up with 26 points in a 61-63 overtime loss to Southwest.

Isaiah Sykes

Cameron Ayers

Ayers is now starting at point guard for Germantown in an effort to get the ball in his hands more often:

“Cameron Ayers is a player who we want to have the ball in his hands as much as possible,” head coach Fenerty said. “Yuschak deserved to be out there. The way we configured the lineup was to bring Jimmy and Austin off the bench.

Ayers had 15 points in a 63-44 Germantown win.

2011 Notes

Brandan Kearney scored 15 points and Percy Gibson had 12 in a 54-47 win over Detroit Denby. Earlier in the week they managed to lead Southeastern to a huge win over top-ranked Pershing High. Percy Gibson had 20 points and 10 rebounds as he out played MSU bound big man Derrick Nix with the help of his teammates, Gholston and Bryant, who provided the defensive effort. MSU point guard commitment Keith Appling had 35 points in the losing effort.

Matt Poches and Hartland High School have been rolling and are now 9-1. Poches is averaging near 20 points per game thus far. Hartland romped Howell but Poches had an off night with only 11 points. Hartland followed that game up with another win, this one over Dearborn Robichaud, 82-75, Poches had 24 points. Poches added 15 points, nine rebounds, and four steals in a 74-64 win over Pinckney despite facing double teams all night long.

Carlton Brundidge‘s monster sophomore season kept on rolling this week. The talented guard continued to score at will this week. Carlton followed up last week’s 37 point performance with 25 points in a loss to Oak Park before pouring in 44 points in a close loss Rochester Adams (VIDEO $).

Chesterton sophomore big man Mitch McGary was contained by Lake Central and held to 11 points and 10 rebounds in 47-36 loss.


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