Monday, March 28, 2005

Hoops - Recruiting

....lists Georgia Tech as #1 on his wish list right now. He's 6'5" 180lb. Here's a nice juicy quote about him:

Still, Barrett demonstrated himself as the 2004-05 Herald News Boys Basketball Player of the Year by averaging 19.2 points, six rebounds, three assists and three steals, saving some of his best moments for the biggest games.

"He's the best player in Passaic County," said Kennedy coach Jim Ring, whose Knights lost to the Cougars in the county semifinals. "He's a difficult matchup in terms of his ability to shoot the ball outside and his ability to dominate inside. He's a very polished post player for someone his size.

On Georgia Tech:

Seton Hall has already expressed strong interest in Barrett as a wing player, but he currently lists Georgia Tech as his No. 1 choice. Barrett likes the Yellow Jackets' tempo of play and he met the coaching staff during last year's adidas camp.

Demetrius Jemison

Teammate Demetrius Jemison is a 6-6 senior-to-be and is ranked 139th for his class by He is drawing interest from Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Alabama and Tennessee.


And while Braham's winning streak, now at 58 games, was an obvious attraction, Dahlman certainly bore the brunt of all this attention. The 6-foot-7 small forward was named The Associated Press' Player of the Year for boys' basketball on Tuesday.

Six schools, all of them in the NCAA tournament this month, remain on Dahlman's radar.

"Minnesota, Michigan State, Illinois, Iowa, Boston College, Georgia Tech," he said, not necessarily - but perhaps - ranking them by preference.