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With the summer officially in the books and the high school basketball season now in sight, it’s time to finish up yet another chapter in Alabama basketball.

2018 Cooper (KY) guard Adam Kunkel only needed a second re-assurance to make his college destination final.

2019 Lakeland (FL) forward Luke Anderson (left) burst onto the scene in June at the prestigious Nike Elite 100 Camp in St. Louis, Missouri.

By Laval Johnson

As we get ready for the kids to go back to school, let’s look at five players who really enhanced their stock during the July open period.

We released our post-summer rankings for Georgia’s 2018 class today. There weren’t a lot of changes, to be honest. This class is an interesting group.

With the travel season now behind us, it is time to reshuffle the rankings deck for the class of 2018 here in Georgia. 

TJ Bickerstaff is planning on an aggressive fall filled with visits and camps.

There is still some time before the attention focuses towards the Class of 2020, but don’t tell that to West Palm Beach (FL) Cardinal Newman forward Scottie Barnes.

Another entertaining spring and summer travel basketball season is officially behind us.

There was a significant amount of buzz surrounding Georgia Stars big man Mohammed Abdulsalam after his play at the Best of the South. 

Andrew Taylor is off the board. The talented point guard from Corbin (KY) High School committed to Furman on Friday. 

Rashun Williams was one of the top performers at the Best of the South for the Georgia Stars during the NCAA Live Period. 

With the travel season now over, we wanted to look back and highlight some of the season’s highlights from 2017. Kyle Sandy looks back on the best things he saw from our HoopSeen events. 

Another spring and summer of travel basketball has come and gone.

The 2017 Best of the South was one of the best events we’ve hosted since launching our company seven years ago. The talent was off the charts and the games were spirited and competitive.

We continue our look at the top players from the 2017 Best of the South tournament. Here is part III of our top 16U performers. 

The younger divisions of the Best of the South are historically rich with talent. This year was no different.

2018 Seminole (FL) forward Duncan Demuth was one of the breakout performers last year at #BOTS, as he entered the July live period without a single high-major offer.

As usual, the younger division of the Best of the South was loaded with top-level talent.