Recruiting Roundup: December 13th, 2010

Class of 2011

hs-bk-cover-02-art0-gtpapkbp-1northland-kr-3-large-jpg-large[1]Gary Teasley; MI DEC 2010; Basketball; Southfield High School; Story Idea: Calrton Brundidge is the top hoops player in Michigan, rated as the No. 52 senior in the ESPNU 100. Brundidge has committed to play his college ball at Michigan. Brundidge comes from a big-time basketball family, with his brother playing at Wayne State and his father, who played at Army under Mike Krzyzewski. Team Colors: White and Blue; Photo by: Scott Stewart
Photo Credit: Columbus Dispatch / ESPN

Carlton Brundidge – Commit

As mentioned earlier last week, Brundidge had 41 points in Southfield’s 87-59 season opening win versus Mount Clemens.

It’s a big week for Southfield as Brundidge will lead them versus state ranked Romulus on Tuesday and against Michigan State commitment Brandan Kearney and Detroit Southeastern on Saturday.

Trey Burke – Commit

Brundidge had a smooth 25 points on 8 of 11 (3-4 3pt) shooting to go along with seven assists, two steals, three blocks, and two rebounds in an 86-48 win over Mansfield. Northland will face Beechcroft on Tuesday and Whetstone on Friday

Class of 2012

Photo Credit: NWI Times

Glenn Robinson III  – Commit

Robinson had 24 points in Lake Central’s (2-1) loss to Crown Point. Joe Eberhardt provided a lengthy scouting report and video from the game.

JaVontae Hawkins

We already posted video and scouting information from Powers’ win over Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard.

Sherron Dorsey-Walker

Dorsey-Walker had 26 points in a 97-81 loss to Summit Christian in the Mr. Basketball Classic at Lansing Eastern.

Nick Stauskas

Nick was featured in this ESPN profile which discusses his journey to St. Mark’s. St. Mark’s is 4-0 and Stauskas continues to play well, most recently scoring 19 points. The New England Recruiting Report recently had a chance to watch Stauskas in action:

Sometimes overshadowed by the dominating inside-outside tandem of Tarczewski and Murphy, Stauskas showed off the versatile offensive skill-set that makes him a potential high-major prospect in his own right.  The 6’6” wing in the class of 2012 single-handedly broke the game open midway through the first half on Friday, culminating his own nine-point scoring spree with an emphatic two-hand dunk in transition.  Finishing with a game-high 19 points, Stauskas shot the ball smoothly from behind the arc, attacked  the rim aggressively from the wing, and got into passing lanes on the defensive-end to create steals that led directly to scores.

Jordan Hare

Hare had 17 points and 10 rebounds in a 50-36 victory over Mount Pleasant. However, on the tail end of back-to-back games Arthur Hill fell to De La Salle and Hare posted 12 points while battling foul trouble.

Sean Sheldon

Sheldon had 26 points in a loss to Suttons Bay and Michigan State commitment Dwaun Anderson. He also had 17 points in a 71-29 win over St. Mary earlier in the season.

Mitch McGary

We posted an interview last week with Mitch McGary, a big man likely to be in the 2012 class.

Khaliq Spicer

We’ve mentioned Spicer as a potential big man target in the class of 2012 but the wirey post player has a ways to go, according to this report we received after Robichaud’s loss to Lincoln Park. He had just 2points (no FGs), 7 rebounds, and three blocks. Here’s a brief scouting report from the inbox:

Strengths – Good leaper and is able to run the floor. Good form on FT show that he could possibly develop his jumper.
Weaknesses – Lacks strength with the ball, was to easily slapped out of his hands on rebounds. Lack a fluid offensive game because he doesn’t understand how to use his size.

Class of 2013 Notes

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