5-star 2019 Recruit De'Vion Harmon of Denton Guyer High School.
The Top 50 Class of 2019 recruit is verbally committed to the University of Oklahoma
Wichita Falls, Texas
Today we are hitting the road headed to the 13th Annual Elite 14 High School Basketball Showcase in Wichita Falls, Texas. Over the years, The Elite 14 Basketball Showcase has become the centerpiece of the nation’s best collection of high school teams and talent during the NCAA November evaluation period.
This prestigious high school season kickoff event will feature many top prospects as well as some diamonds in the rough from many DFW area schools. Metroplex teams participating in this year's Showcase event include Denton Guyer, Mansfield Timberview, Midlothian, Lancaster, North Crowley, Little Elm, Justin Northwest, The Colony, Richardson Pearce, Arlington Grace Prep and Plano Prestonwood. Here are some players to watch prior to opening game tipoff:
Denton Guyer Eagles (Denton,Tx)
Players To Watch:
De’Vion Harmon (6-2, JR) Oklahoma Commit Jalen Wilson (6-8, JR) Grayson Carter (6-10, SR) Georgetown Commit Le'tre Darthard (6-4, SR) Jakobe Coles (6-8, SOPH) Chris Craig (6-2, SR) Tyler Mcghie (6-4, FR) Brandon Bird (6-3, SR)
Timberview Wolves (Mansfield,Tx)
Chris Mullins (6-3,SR) Rice Commit Isaac Likekele (6-4, SR)Fresno State Commit Desmond Clark (6-0, SR) CJ Smith (6-0, SR) - Trazarien White (6-6, SR)
Jaquan Scott (6-7, Soph)
Rodrigo Soares (6-3, Jr)
Midlothian Eagles (Midlothian,Tx)
Kaden Archie (6-6, SR) TCU Commit Evan Marshall (6-7, SR) Caleb Jordan (5-8, SR) Zeke Bennett (5-10, JR)
Lancaster Tigers (Lancaster,Tx)
Mike Miles (6-2, SOPH) -
Laquan Butler (5-9, Sr) Damonte Williams (5-8, JR) - Malik Martin (6-2, SR) - Wade Taylor (6-0, FR) Jalen Roberts (6-0, JR)
Marco Foster (6-1,SO)
North Crowley (Crowley,Texas)
Grant Sherfield (6-3, JR)-UCLA Commit Tayron Moffett (5-10, SR) Abil Hayes (6-1, SR) Craig Jordan (6-3, SR) Isaiah Crawford (6-4, JR) Jordan Grant (5-8, SR) Jay Gates (6-7, JR)
Little Elm (Little Elm, Texas)
RJ Hampton (6-5, SOPH) Javian Williams (5-8, SR) Ike Egwu (6-7, SR)
Grace Prep (Arlington,Tx)
Jordan Phillips (6-7, SR)- Arkansas Commit
Northwest Texans (Justin, Texas)
Avery Anderson (6-1, JR) Julien Smith (6-1, SOPH) Darrell Simpson (6-7, SR) Jordan Keys (6-3, SR) Mason Hix (6-7, SR) Sammie Freeman (6-8, JR)
The Colony High School
Bryce Okpoh (6-6, JR) Kahliel Spear (6-6, SR) Darren Davis (6-2, JR)
Pearce Eagles (Richardson, Tx)
Drew Timme (6'9, JR)
Sterling Hopkins (6-1,JR)
Prestonwood Academy (Plano,Tx)
Justin Webster (6-2,Jr)
Non-DFW Area Teams and Players To Watch
OKC Storm(Oklahoma City, OK)
The OKC Storm is a powerhouse in homeschool basketball winning national championship after national championship They enter the year ready to make noise again. The OKC Storm will start at the Elite 14 Showcase this weekend in Wichita Falls, Texas.
Player ToWatch: Nate Pendarvis 2018 6’2 Point Guard
Broken Arrow (Broken Arrow, OK)
Broken Arrow is preparing to make a run at the Class 6A Gold Ball. The year for Broken Arrow will start at the Elite 14 Showcase this weekend in Wichita Falls, Texas.
Player to Watch: Camryn Dennis 6’1 2019 Point Guard
Westmoore (Oklahoma City, OK)
Westmoore made a huge jump last season making the Class 6A state tournament. This year the Jags will try and take another step towards the gold ball. The journey for Westmoore starts at the Elite 14 Showcase this weekend in Wichita Falls, Texas.
Player to Watch: Will Graham 5’10 2018 Point Guard (Committed to Oklahoma Christian)
Putnam City West (Putnam City, OK)
Putnam City West is one of the youngest teams in the state of Oklahoma this year led by senior leader Greg Thomas. Player To Watch: Greg Thomas 5’11 2018 Combo Guard
Carl Albert (OK)
The Titans are preparing to make another run at the Class 5A Gold Ball led by Senior Point Guard Mason Harrell who is the top uncommitted player in the state of Oklahoma. The year for Carl Albert will start at the Elite 14 Showcase this weekend in
Wichita Falls, Texas.
Player to Watch: Mason Harrell 5’9 2018 Point Guard
Booker T. Washington
Booker T. Washington moved down to Class 5A in Oklahoma during the offseason. The move puts the Hornets on top of the Class heading into the season. The Hornets got started scrimmage season against Muskogee on Wednesday. This weekend the Hornets will get several tests at the Elite 14 Showcase in Wichita Falls, Texas.
Player to Watch: Bryce Thompson 6’4 Soph