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    well i think he can be member of the rp team 2009!
    youngest player ever played in the rp team!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Project_Olympics
    well i think he can be member of the rp team 2009!
    youngest player ever played in the rp team!

    just hope also that he wont be picked to play for team usa.
    Mabuhay Team Pilipinas!

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    2011 PRESEASON PLAYER RANKINGS
    This is our first ranking of the 2011 Class. This class is loaded with talent! I first would like to congratulate everyone that made this list and encourage others to work harder. We will update the rankings late January, early February. The list will be expanding to 75 players in the summer. This list was formed after carefully evaluating players during games,*Fall leagues*and AAU tournaments. We at*THE HOOP REPORT*take pride in not being biased to any high school, AAU program or sneaker affiliation. Enjoy the list and remember this is just the beginning and continue to play hard. To the fans, THIS IS JUST OUR OPINION AND SHOULD BE TAKEN AS SUCH!
    RK Name HT Pos**********School
    1. Andre Boone**6'2" WF White Station High- Super athlete, pick your poison, can hurt you inside and outside, physical, 'out of the gym' hops, great defender
    2. Cedrick McAfee 6'3" WF Treadwell High- The most athletic player in this class, can definitely score, very explosive, great hops, attacks basket with ferocious attitude.
    3. Bobby Parks Jr 6'3" WF ST. George's- Athletic wing, can score inside and out, highly skilled offensive player4. Darious Page 5'10" *PG Southwind High- Hard nose, do-it-all PG, great PG instincts, monster mid-range game, poor man's Baron Davis
    5. Chris Jones 5'10" PG****Melrose High- Joe Jackson prototype, at 5'10" very explosive scoring machine, can score from anywhere, mid range magician, long range bomber,
    6. Adonis Thomas****6'5" WF Melrose High- Gifted athlete, at 6'5" probably has the most potential in this class, excellent rebounder
    7. Joe Northington 6'1" SG Southwind High- Silky smooth slasher that can score in bunches
    8. McCoy Polk 6'5" PF Craigmont High- Nimble 'Big man' that can hurt you facing the basket or with his back to it, superior lowpost moves
    9. Telvin Wilkerson 6'3"**PF Melrose High- The 'Man Child" very strong and physical with great presence in the post
    10. Denzel Hardy 5'11" SG Southwind High- Underated & undersized SG than can score with the best of them, excellent mid-range game
    11. Marvin Williams 6'4" C White Station High
    12. Micah Teed 6'1" WF ECS
    13. Tevin Cox 6'1"***SG B.T.W. High
    14. Antonio Seals 6'0"***PG Craigmont High
    15. Ivan Denson 6'0" *WF MUS
    16. Brian Douglas 6'1" SG Briarcrest Christian
    17. Montarius Brown***6'0" SG Ridgeway High
    18. Tristen Hicks 6'1" PF Cordova High
    19. Darri Dowdy *5'5" PG Woodale High
    20. Darius Page 5'6" PG Southwind High
    21. Steven Kasper 5'8" PG ECS
    22. Richard Morgan******6'0" WF Southwind High
    23. Tevin Smith 6'0" WF Marrion JR.High (Marion, AR)
    24. Terrick Hill 6'0" WF Southwind High
    25. Hasani Madlock******5'10 SG Middle College
    26. Phillip Mays 6'0" SG Woodale High
    27. Donavon Humphrey 6'3" PF Southwind High
    28. Arthur Jackson********6'0" SG*****Wonder JR. High( AR)
    29. Corey Franklin*********5'8" SG Southwind High
    30. Reggie Williams******5'11" SG Ridgeway High
    31. Chris Borrows**********5'8" PG Craigmont High
    32. Victor Lester*************5'9" PG Germantown High
    33. Michael Isabelle*******5'9" SG MUS
    34. Adrain Herenton*****5'10" PG White Station High
    35. Jalen Jones***************5'2" PG Southwind High
    36. Alvertis London******5'3" PG Southwind High
    37. Vasquez Haynes*****5'10" SG M.A.S.E.

    PLAYER RANKINGS ARE BASED ON PERFORMANCES*DURING*THE SPRING/ SUMMER CIRCUIT (AAU, MAYB 7 VARIOUS LEAGUES & CAMPS), AND DURING THE SCHOOL SEASON.
    PLAYERS WILL NOT BE RANKED SOLEY ON HOW MANY POINTS HE SCORES. HE WILL ALSO BE RANKED BASED ON HOW WELL HE PLAYS HIS PARTICULAR POSITION; HIS KNOWLEDGE OF THE GAME; HIS EFFECT ON TEAMMATES AND THE GAME ITSELF; HIS ATTITUDE;*DESIRE FOR THE GAME; AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST, HIS FUTURE POTENTIAL & UP SIDE.*

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    2011 PRESEASON PLAYER RANKINGS
    This is our first ranking of the 2011 Class. This class is loaded with talent! I first would like to congratulate everyone that made this list and encourage others to work harder. We will update the rankings late January, early February. The list will be expanding to 75 players in the summer. This list was formed after carefully evaluating players during games,*Fall leagues*and AAU tournaments. We at*THE HOOP REPORT*take pride in not being biased to any high school, AAU program or sneaker affiliation. Enjoy the list and remember this is just the beginning and continue to play hard. To the fans, THIS IS JUST OUR OPINION AND SHOULD BE TAKEN AS SUCH!
    RK Name HT Pos**********School
    1. Andre Boone**6'2" WF White Station High- Super athlete, pick your poison, can hurt you inside and outside, physical, 'out of the gym' hops, great defender
    2. Cedrick McAfee 6'3" WF Treadwell High- The most athletic player in this class, can definitely score, very explosive, great hops, attacks basket with ferocious attitude.
    3. Bobby Parks Jr 6'3" WF ST. George's- Athletic wing, can score inside and out, highly skilled offensive player4. Darious Page 5'10" *PG Southwind High- Hard nose, do-it-all PG, great PG instincts, monster mid-range game, poor man's Baron Davis
    5. Chris Jones 5'10" PG****Melrose High- Joe Jackson prototype, at 5'10" very explosive scoring machine, can score from anywhere, mid range magician, long range bomber,
    6. Adonis Thomas****6'5" WF Melrose High- Gifted athlete, at 6'5" probably has the most potential in this class, excellent rebounder
    7. Joe Northington 6'1" SG Southwind High- Silky smooth slasher that can score in bunches
    8. McCoy Polk 6'5" PF Craigmont High- Nimble 'Big man' that can hurt you facing the basket or with his back to it, superior lowpost moves
    9. Telvin Wilkerson 6'3"**PF Melrose High- The 'Man Child" very strong and physical with great presence in the post
    10. Denzel Hardy 5'11" SG Southwind High- Underated & undersized SG than can score with the best of them, excellent mid-range game
    11. Marvin Williams 6'4" C White Station High
    12. Micah Teed 6'1" WF ECS
    13. Tevin Cox 6'1"***SG B.T.W. High
    14. Antonio Seals 6'0"***PG Craigmont High
    15. Ivan Denson 6'0" *WF MUS
    16. Brian Douglas 6'1" SG Briarcrest Christian
    17. Montarius Brown***6'0" SG Ridgeway High
    18. Tristen Hicks 6'1" PF Cordova High
    19. Darri Dowdy *5'5" PG Woodale High
    20. Darius Page 5'6" PG Southwind High
    21. Steven Kasper 5'8" PG ECS
    22. Richard Morgan******6'0" WF Southwind High
    23. Tevin Smith 6'0" WF Marrion JR.High (Marion, AR)
    24. Terrick Hill 6'0" WF Southwind High
    25. Hasani Madlock******5'10 SG Middle College
    26. Phillip Mays 6'0" SG Woodale High
    27. Donavon Humphrey 6'3" PF Southwind High
    28. Arthur Jackson********6'0" SG*****Wonder JR. High( AR)
    29. Corey Franklin*********5'8" SG Southwind High
    30. Reggie Williams******5'11" SG Ridgeway High
    31. Chris Borrows**********5'8" PG Craigmont High
    32. Victor Lester*************5'9" PG Germantown High
    33. Michael Isabelle*******5'9" SG MUS
    34. Adrain Herenton*****5'10" PG White Station High
    35. Jalen Jones***************5'2" PG Southwind High
    36. Alvertis London******5'3" PG Southwind High
    37. Vasquez Haynes*****5'10" SG M.A.S.E.

    PLAYER RANKINGS ARE BASED ON PERFORMANCES*DURING*THE SPRING/ SUMMER CIRCUIT (AAU, MAYB 7 VARIOUS LEAGUES & CAMPS), AND DURING THE SCHOOL SEASON.
    PLAYERS WILL NOT BE RANKED SOLEY ON HOW MANY POINTS HE SCORES. HE WILL ALSO BE RANKED BASED ON HOW WELL HE PLAYS HIS PARTICULAR POSITION; HIS KNOWLEDGE OF THE GAME; HIS EFFECT ON TEAMMATES AND THE GAME ITSELF; HIS ATTITUDE;*DESIRE FOR THE GAME; AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST, HIS FUTURE POTENTIAL & UP SIDE.*

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    Love Memphis High School basketball

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    BAP-SBP should call the father of Ray Parks, Bobby Parks and get into a contract that his son should play for PI.
    "There are only three kinds of mathematicians: those who can count, and those who can not."

    Ana "The Hurricane" Julaton - 1st Filipino Female Boxer Double Word Champion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker
    BAP-SBP should call the father of Ray Parks, Bobby Parks and get into a contract that his son should play for PI.
    why he aint yet a pro player

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    Quote Originally Posted by b3lowzro
    why he aint yet a pro player
    yes, he's not yet a pro player. he's still 14 years old and 12th grader in virginia. he must commit as early as now to play for RP since he will become a super player 4 years from now and teams will be scrambling to get his services.
    "There are only three kinds of mathematicians: those who can count, and those who can not."

    Ana "The Hurricane" Julaton - 1st Filipino Female Boxer Double Word Champion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker
    yes, he's not yet a pro player. he's still 14 years old and 12th grader in virginia. he must commit as early as now to play for RP since he will become a super player 4 years from now and teams will be scrambling to get his services.

    Humm, if Ray Parks, Jr. just turned 14, last February this year, then he should be at least in Grade 8 or 9 depending on the cut-off date when he entered kindergaten.

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    GRYPHONS EARN TOUGH WIN!

    By David Healy (Commercial Appeal)
    Tuesday, December 18, 2007

    Harding Academy junior Marlon Brown called it a secret when asked how his team was able to contain both Elliot Williams and Laurence Bowers of St. George's on Monday.

    St. George's basketball coach Jeff Ruffin, however, said it was pretty easy to figure out after his still-undefeated Gryphons escaped with a 64-55 home victory.

    On orders from his coach, Brown said he wasn't allowed to say what his team did to hold Williams, a Duke signee, and Bowers, a Missouri signee, each to 12 points in the game with Williams getting seven of his points in the game's final two minutes when the Lions were forced to foul.

    "I just can't tell," said Brown, noting that the two teams will meet again on Jan. 29. "My coach (Kevin Starks) told me not to."

    The Gryphons pushed their record to 9-0 with the win and also became the last team still unbeaten in Division 2-A play at 6-0. Neither team led by more than six points in the first three quarters, but St. George's took the lead for good after a bucket by freshman Bobby Parks Jr. for the first points of the fourth quarter.

    Ruffin said the Lions (4-2, 4-1) did a good job on double and triple teaming both Bowers and Williams and gave credit to players like Parks (17 points) and Eric Folk (14 points) for stepping up and making plays.

    "I thought Elliot and Laurence kept their head and kept things together, but you have to look at the big picture and that's getting out of here with a win," Ruffin said. "We were very pleased to have four guys in double figures. That's something that if we can do consistently we can become a lot more difficult to guard than what we are."

    The Lions, who were paced by the 17 points of senior Tyler Hickman, led by a point at the end of both the first and second quarters. Harding then got to within three points of the Gryphons after junior Keilan Stittiams's 3-point play with four minutes in the game, but a layup by Folk and another basket by Grant Jessen pushed the St. George's lead back up to seven.

    Williams was held to just two field goals in the game, and made one of them when he seemed to take out some of his frustration on a slam dunk in the game's closing moments.

    "They did a great job of doubling teaming me every time I got the ball," Williams said. "I take my hat off to them, but I am just glad that we pulled off the win. How much I scored means nothing right now as long as we win."

    WOW!!!

    BOBBY PARKS at 14 been able to hold his ground with some NCAA div.1 signee!!

    The Future is coming!!
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    GAME 1: ST. GEORGE'S VS SBEC

    SBEC (29) — Josh Lancaster 11, Kyle Sorel 3, Taylor Akin 5, Trevor Muillo 4, Brandon Cox 2, Tyler Spurlock 2, Jessic Jarnigan 2.

    St. George's (78) — Lawrence Bowers 18, Allen Bobango 14, Elliott Williams 13, Ray Parks 13, Asa Toney 6, Drew Schnider 5, Matthew Sims 4, Blake Hirschman 5.

    SBEC 4 7 5 13 —29 St. George's 10 24 23 21 —78 Records — St. George's 1-0.

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    GAME 2: ST. GEORGE'S VS BISHOP BYRNE

    Bishop Byrne (37) — Durrell Adams 13, M. Glover 9, K. Green 2, J. Green 2, C. Macklin 6, Carruth 4, McKraving 1.

    St. George's (64) — Allen Bobango 8, Lawrence Bowers 19, Ray Parks 2, Asa Toney 3, Elliott Williams 18, Eric Folk 12, Blake Deaton 2.

    Bishop Byrne 6 12 9 10—37 St. George's 20 14 15 15—64

    Records — Bishop Byrne 2-1 (0-1), St. George's 2-0 (2-0).


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    GAME 3: ST. GEORGE'S VS ROSSVILLE

    Rossville Christian (19) — Daniel Banks 4, Cody Climer 2, Jake Eskew 7, Logan Johns 1, Spencer Rawie 2, Joey Reeves 3.

    St. George's (59) — Allen Bobango 5, Lawrence Bowers 14, Ray Parks 11, Drew Schnider 1, Elliott Williams 24, Eric Folk 2, Ben Popeck 2.

    Rossville Christian 2 10 3 4—19 St. George's 11 29 12 7—59

    Records — Rossville Christian 1-3 (1-2), St. George's 3-0 (3-0).


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    GAME 4: ST. GEORGE'S VS MCHS

    St. George's (76) — Allen Bobango 11, Lawrence Bowers 19, Asa Toney 2, Elliott Williams 23, Eric Folk 3, Ben Popeck 10, Grant Jessen 6, Blake Deaton 2.

    Catholic (29) — Nick Gilliland 7, Marquez Hart 3, Jessie McIntosh 2, Reggie Pederson 2, Josh Wilkerson 15.

    St. George's 22 15 27 12—76 Catholic 12 7 6 4—29

    Records — St. George's 4-0 (4-0), Catholic 3-4.

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    GAME 5: ST. GEORGE'S VS ELLISTON

    Elliston (20) — John Spicer 3, Eric Lampley 2, Arquis Stewart 7, Frank James 4, Cameron Pelly 2, Paul Hooks 2.

    St. George's (87) — Allen Bobango 19, Lawrence Bowers 26, Blake Deaton 13, Eric Folk 10, Blake Hirschman 4, Grant Jessen 6, Drew Schnider 4, Asa Toney 5.

    Elliston 4 5 4 7—20 St. George's 35 20 18 14—87

    Records — 2-3, St. George's 5-0 (4-0, Divison 2 A).

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    GAME 6: ST. GEORGE'S VS ARLINGTON

    St. George's (72) — Allen Bobango 11, Lawrence Bowers 23, Eric Folk 1, Blake Hirschman 5, Ray Parks 9, Drew Schnider 2, Asa Toney 1, Elliott Williams 20.

    Arlington (47) — Michael Bolin 4, Trey Jackson 8, A.J. Johnson 5, Greg Lee 14, Josh McElroy 2, Roman Williams 14.

    St. George's 20 10 21 21—72 Arlington 15 14 6 12—47

    Records — St. George's 7-0, Arlington 3-7.

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    GAME 7: ST. GEORGE'S VS FACS

    St. George's (103) — Allen Bobango 6, Laurence Bowers 22, Blake Deaton 6, Eric Folk 7, Blake Hirschman 2, Ray Parks 11, Drew Schneider 1, Asa Toney 12, Elliot Williams 36.

    FACS (71) — Sean Wanish 23, Marcus Coleman 23, Nick Schweitzer 10, Gabe Labonia 4, Daulton Stringer 7, Eric Walker 4.

    St. George's 29 31 32 11—103 FACS 12 27 14 18—71

    Records — St. George's 8-0, FACS 7-3 (3-3, D-2 Small).


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    GAME 8: (9) ST. GEORGE'S VS HARDING

    Harding (55) — Hugh Archibald 2, Marlon Brown 15, Tyler Hickman 17, Keilan Stittiams 15, Jeremy Williams 2, Seun Adeleye 4.

    St. George's (64) — Laurence Bowers 12, Eric Folk 14, Blake Hirschman 3, Grant Jessen 6, Ray Parks 17, Elliot Williams 12.

    Harding 16 12 13 14—55 St. George's 17 10 16 21—64

    Records — Harding 5-2 (4-1, Div. 2), St. George's 9-0 (6-0, Div. 2).

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    Quote Originally Posted by nardong_putik
    GAME 1: ST. GEORGE'S VS SBEC

    SBEC (29) — Josh Lancaster 11, Kyle Sorel 3, Taylor Akin 5, Trevor Muillo 4, Brandon Cox 2, Tyler Spurlock 2, Jessic Jarnigan 2.

    St. George's (78) — Lawrence Bowers 18, Allen Bobango 14, Elliott Williams 13, Ray Parks 13, Asa Toney 6, Drew Schnider 5, Matthew Sims 4, Blake Hirschman 5.

    SBEC 4 7 5 13 —29 St. George's 10 24 23 21 —78 Records — St. George's 1-0.

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    GAME 2: ST. GEORGE'S VS BISHOP BYRNE

    Bishop Byrne (37) — Durrell Adams 13, M. Glover 9, K. Green 2, J. Green 2, C. Macklin 6, Carruth 4, McKraving 1.

    St. George's (64) — Allen Bobango 8, Lawrence Bowers 19, Ray Parks 2, Asa Toney 3, Elliott Williams 18, Eric Folk 12, Blake Deaton 2.

    Bishop Byrne 6 12 9 10—37 St. George's 20 14 15 15—64

    Records — Bishop Byrne 2-1 (0-1), St. George's 2-0 (2-0).


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    GAME 3: ST. GEORGE'S VS ROSSVILLE

    Rossville Christian (19) — Daniel Banks 4, Cody Climer 2, Jake Eskew 7, Logan Johns 1, Spencer Rawie 2, Joey Reeves 3.

    St. George's (59) — Allen Bobango 5, Lawrence Bowers 14, Ray Parks 11, Drew Schnider 1, Elliott Williams 24, Eric Folk 2, Ben Popeck 2.

    Rossville Christian 2 10 3 4—19 St. George's 11 29 12 7—59

    Records — Rossville Christian 1-3 (1-2), St. George's 3-0 (3-0).


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    GAME 4: ST. GEORGE'S VS MCHS

    St. George's (76) — Allen Bobango 11, Lawrence Bowers 19, Asa Toney 2, Elliott Williams 23, Eric Folk 3, Ben Popeck 10, Grant Jessen 6, Blake Deaton 2.

    Catholic (29) — Nick Gilliland 7, Marquez Hart 3, Jessie McIntosh 2, Reggie Pederson 2, Josh Wilkerson 15.

    St. George's 22 15 27 12—76 Catholic 12 7 6 4—29

    Records — St. George's 4-0 (4-0), Catholic 3-4.

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    GAME 5: ST. GEORGE'S VS ELLISTON

    Elliston (20) — John Spicer 3, Eric Lampley 2, Arquis Stewart 7, Frank James 4, Cameron Pelly 2, Paul Hooks 2.

    St. George's (87) — Allen Bobango 19, Lawrence Bowers 26, Blake Deaton 13, Eric Folk 10, Blake Hirschman 4, Grant Jessen 6, Drew Schnider 4, Asa Toney 5.

    Elliston 4 5 4 7—20 St. George's 35 20 18 14—87

    Records — 2-3, St. George's 5-0 (4-0, Divison 2 A).

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    GAME 6: ST. GEORGE'S VS ARLINGTON

    St. George's (72) — Allen Bobango 11, Lawrence Bowers 23, Eric Folk 1, Blake Hirschman 5, Ray Parks 9, Drew Schnider 2, Asa Toney 1, Elliott Williams 20.

    Arlington (47) — Michael Bolin 4, Trey Jackson 8, A.J. Johnson 5, Greg Lee 14, Josh McElroy 2, Roman Williams 14.

    St. George's 20 10 21 21—72 Arlington 15 14 6 12—47

    Records — St. George's 7-0, Arlington 3-7.

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    GAME 7: ST. GEORGE'S VS FACS

    St. George's (103) — Allen Bobango 6, Laurence Bowers 22, Blake Deaton 6, Eric Folk 7, Blake Hirschman 2, Ray Parks 11, Drew Schneider 1, Asa Toney 12, Elliot Williams 36.

    FACS (71) — Sean Wanish 23, Marcus Coleman 23, Nick Schweitzer 10, Gabe Labonia 4, Daulton Stringer 7, Eric Walker 4.

    St. George's 29 31 32 11—103 FACS 12 27 14 18—71

    Records — St. George's 8-0, FACS 7-3 (3-3, D-2 Small).


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    GAME 8: (9) ST. GEORGE'S VS HARDING

    Harding (55) — Hugh Archibald 2, Marlon Brown 15, Tyler Hickman 17, Keilan Stittiams 15, Jeremy Williams 2, Seun Adeleye 4.

    St. George's (64) — Laurence Bowers 12, Eric Folk 14, Blake Hirschman 3, Grant Jessen 6, Ray Parks 17, Elliot Williams 12.

    Harding 16 12 13 14—55 St. George's 17 10 16 21—64

    Records — Harding 5-2 (4-1, Div. 2), St. George's 9-0 (6-0, Div. 2).

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    as a freshman, with averaging close to double digits he will be the main scorer by the time he reached 2nd year high. Hope he will develop a defense like that of Kobe...we will be difficult to beat come Olympics 2012! and by that time most of the current National team members of other countries are old...let us develop a core of RP basketball players of the future now!

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    Is this true that MEMPHIS is already recruiting him??????

    OJ MAYO recieved his FIRST LETTER OF INTENT at the age 14......

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    Boys Basketball

    Number Name Grade

    Eric Folk 12

    Ben Popeck 12

    15 Elliot Williams 12

    33 Laurence Bowers 12

    24 Grant Jessen 12

    4 Allen Bobango 11

    2 Blake Hirschman 11

    5 Blake Deaton 11

    14 Asa Toney 10

    3 Drew Schneider 10

    22 Ray Parks 9

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    He is the youngest in the roster at only grade 9!!!

    Same number with his father 22
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    Coach Franz must get this kid before the youth team ng US gets him.

    He might grow at least 6'7-6'8. Playing a SG/SF.

    By 2010 he is 17 the year youth olympics will be held so coach franz must invite this Son of Bobby Parks next year when the season ends or the US academics end at june. If the RP youth team trains in US sometime in March to April, He(Ray) must join the training the same way Gabe did last March where the RP team trains in US. though Gabe is still studying then. Japeth didnt make the trip due to busy sched.

    Imagine this line up in the future
    Aguilar 6'8-6'9
    Norwood 6'5
    Chiu 6'10
    Parks (By at 21 6'8)

    -Imagine this lineup when pressing up some teams. WOW!!!
    An Athletic Group of guys

    A tall RP team in the future
    Imagine a 6'8 SF/SG in RP team. Ray Parks will be the tallest 6'8 SF/SG in RP Basketball in history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer
    Coach Franz must get this kid before the youth team ng US gets him.

    He might grow at least 6'7-6'8. Playing a SG/SF.

    By 2010 he is 17 the year youth olympics will be held so coach franz must invite this Son of Bobby Parks next year when the season ends or the US academics end at june. If the RP youth team trains in US sometime in March to April, He(Ray) must join the training the same way Gabe did last March where the RP team trains in US. though Gabe is still studying then. Japeth didnt make the trip due to busy sched.

    Imagine this line up in the future
    Aguilar 6'8-6'9
    Norwood 6'5
    Chiu 6'10
    Parks (By at 21 6'8)

    -Imagine this lineup when pressing up some teams. WOW!!!
    An Athletic Group of guys

    A tall RP team in the future
    Imagine a 6'8 SF/SG in RP team. Ray Parks will be the tallest 6'8 SF/SG in RP Basketball in history.
    well tell dinamita, he knows how to contact coach Eric A
    hope the SBP knows about this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer
    Coach Franz must get this kid before the youth team ng US gets him.

    He might grow at least 6'7-6'8. Playing a SG/SF.

    By 2010 he is 17 the year youth olympics will be held so coach franz must invite this Son of Bobby Parks next year when the season ends or the US academics end at june. If the RP youth team trains in US sometime in March to April, He(Ray) must join the training the same way Gabe did last March where the RP team trains in US. though Gabe is still studying then. Japeth didnt make the trip due to busy sched.

    Imagine this line up in the future
    Aguilar 6'8-6'9
    Norwood 6'5
    Chiu 6'10
    Parks (By at 21 6'8)

    -Imagine this lineup when pressing up some teams. WOW!!!
    An Athletic Group of guys

    A tall RP team in the future
    Imagine a 6'8 SF/SG in RP team. Ray Parks will be the tallest 6'8 SF/SG in RP Basketball in history.
    by that time China and the others would have 6'10-71 guards in their line up
    you know why I am happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by b3lowzro
    by that time China and the others would have 6'10-71 guards in their line up
    China will grow tall basketball players but they will never have good guards the way we develop them now and that should be capitalized by our RP Team. What I am worried right now is how to counter the power rotation of China, at the rate Yi is doing damage in NBA, they will be hard to beat in future Asian level championship games. But since China's Team B is not that good, its depth or pool of future BB players may not be that too rosy to really help the team dominate. Meaning they can be beaten for as long as any other asian BB biggies play a perfect game.

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    Let us hope that Bobby Parks is the real deal...hope we will become a 6'10 power forward that plays like Tim Duncan. No flashy, street ball game but a methodogical and efficient game, enough to cancel out Yi or even better.

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    but if he will end up shorter than 6'10 but at least 6'6 or 6'8...I just hope that he will be the BEST small forward we can have and play insanely like Michael Jordan.

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