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Christian Ferguson is Louisiana’s Underrated Sharpshooter

Player: Christian FergusonHeight: 6’2”Position: CGClass: 2022High School: KIPP Booker T. Washington (LA)Grassroots Team: Livon Fleur De Lis EYBL (LA) The LivOn Fleur De Lis EYBL team travelled to Texas this summer and put their team up against some of the top grassroots programs in the Southeastern United States. Featuring tons of talent throughout their program, […]

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Basketball Powers Taking Notice of Promising 2022 Big Kyran Ratliff

Player: Kyran RatliffHeight: 6’9”Position: PFClass: 2022High School: KIPP Booker T. Washington (LA)Grassroots Team: Livon Fleur De Lis EYBL (LA) A slow start to his recruitment has suddenly turned into a heated chase for talented big Kyran Ratliff. Prior to this year Georgetown was the only program to offer the KIPP Booker T. Washington (LA) junior, […]

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Film Breakdown of 2022 G Kasai Burton

Player: Kasai BurtonHeight: 5’10”Position: PGClass: 2022High School: Sherman (TX)Grassroots Team: Dallas Showtyme (TX)/Oklahoma Hustle (OK) in 2020 Hiding in plain site, 2022 guard Kasai Burton is one of the undiscovered talents in Texas prep basketball. Entering his junior season, Burton does not hold any offers and has received interest from only Sam Houston State and […]

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I’m happy to announce the making of the Campus Hoops Podcast – a show covering the Power 5, Big East and American Athletic Conference basketball results, news and more. The first episode has been released and is currently available for listening. A new episode will be released each Sunday throughout the year and will include common segments such as a game of the week, national news and recruit breakdowns. The episodes are available on Anchor, Spotify and Apple Podcasts (https://anchor.fm/campus-hoops). Feel free to hit the follow button and provide a comment or recommendation on content you’d love to see!

“If you’re afraid to fail, then you’re probably going to fail.” – Kobe Bryant
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