17 matches with Elias King.

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* Elias King offered by Northeastern

Comments off 04/19/18, 22:14 kevinmccarthy

Dinos Trigonis: “Northeastern has offered Belmont Shore 2019 F Elias King (Jesuit/Carmichael CA) & head coach will be @ @PangosSweet16 in Las Vegas this wkd to watch”

Hard to believe there isn’t a spot for King on the West Coast unless it’s his choice to head east.

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* Elias King with Santa Barbara offer

Comments off 03/1/18, 22:20 kevinmccarthy

Elias King: “UC-Santa Barbara has offered 6-8+ 2019 F Elias King (Jesuit/Carmichael CA). Will run with Belmont Shore @ Pangos Sweet 16 (April 20-22 @ Las Vegas NV) & Terrific 24 (April 27-29 @ Indy IN)”

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»  Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my `Recruiting is... (Read more)

* An Elias King update

Comments off 02/26/18, 22:12 kevinmccarthy

Dinos Trigonis: “Elias King (who also had 13 rebs vs Stockton Lincoln) is an agile “face up and attack” PF with a legitimate 3-point stroke and a non-stop motor with energy to play major minutes (played all 32 min tonite). Excellent student and intriguing versatile prospect”

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* An Elias King feature

Comments off 02/21/18, 22:17 kevinmccarthy

“‘People wanted to see Elias fail’: Transfer wants to be Jesuit’s best player ever”—Joe Davidson

The link above goes to the Sac Bee sports page—look for the headline. The Bee limits the number of articles that can be accessed per month and wouldn’t directly let me into the King article.

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* Elias King named Player of the Week

Comments off 01/11/18, 22:12 kevinmccarthy

Cal-Hi Sports Northern California
Boys Player of the Week
Elias King
(Jesuit, Carmichael) Sr.
One correction in the article: King has not signed with Georgia. That’s another Elias King out of Shiloh High in the Peach State who has committed to Coach Mark Fox.

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Has there ever been an absolutely loaded Sacramento area travel team that generated national attention? Not to my knowledge.

Just imagine if these Sacramento area seniors had decided to join forces and rep the 916 in their last year of travel team ball:

Jordan Brown
Mason Forbes
Elias King
Zach Chappell(Read more)

* Elias King is multi-valuable - $

Comments off 09/13/17, 22:17 kevinmccarthy

Versatility is king in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Talents who can perform at multiple positions and in different roles are highly desired especially for creating immediate advantages. In college, versatility is not exploited as much because offenses are less sophisticated due to practice time restraints and players’ slower learning curves.

But as Jon Rothstein... (Read more)

* More on the Nor Cal Clash

Comments off 08/28/17, 19:00 kevinmccarthy

Gerry Freitas: “The Class of 2018 (Seniors) blitzed the class of 2019 (Juniors) 124-103 in the 8th annual Nor Cal Clash on Sunday afternoon at Contra Costa College.

Senior James Akinjo of Salesian High lead all scorers with 42 points, setting an all-time record in the Clash. He broke the previous record of 41 set... (Read more)

* (Nor Cal Clash) 2018s: 124, 2019s: 103

Comments off 08/27/17, 22:12 kevinmccarthy

In the Sunday afternoon Nor Cal Clash, the 2018 class bested the 2019 class 124-103.

Gerry Freitas:

“2017 Nor Cal Clash Player of the Game: James Akinjo of Salesian HS with 43 points (breaking Aaron Gordon’s all-time record of 41).”

Akinjo shot 14-26 overall, 8-14 from long distance and 8-10 at the foul line. He’s... (Read more)

The eighth annual Nor Cal Clash will be held Sunday August 27th at Contra Costa College in San Pablo at 3:00 pm. This one-game event will have elite players from Northern California in the class of 2018 playing against elite players in the class of 2019.

It’s hard time seeing how the 2019 all stars... (Read more)

* A Nor Cal Clash prediction

Comments off 08/14/17, 22:05 kevinmccarthy

Granted,  the folks in Vegas haven’t exactly been burning up my phone line asking about the odds for this or that game.  I’m having a hard time seeing how the 2019 all stars can top their older brethren.

Who in the 2018 class will match up with Jordan Brown and then there’s Andre Kelly right... (Read more)

* Three Nor Cal honorees from Pangos

Comments off 08/10/17, 22:05 kevinmccarthy

Pangos Cream of the Crop Top 60 game selections
Logan Johnson, 6’2”, 2018, St. Francis (Mountain View, CA): Fast-rising athletic combo-guard was extremely impressive here, just missed making the Top 30 Game. Younger brother of Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson capped off an excellent camp effort with 16 points (7/11 FG) In Top 60... (Read more)

* Elias King now at Jesuit High

Comments off 07/25/17, 22:11 kevinmccarthy

Elias King: “Excited to start my new journey at Jesuit!”

The 6-foot-8 frontcourter is coming over from Christian Brothers.

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* Pangos Camp: Top 50 Rankings

Comments off 06/7/17, 22:08 kevinmccarthy

“Pangos Camp: Top 50 Rankings”—Ronnie Flores

Those from Nor Cal:
10. Logan Johnson 2018 6’2 PG St. Francis (Mountain View, CA)
43. Kyree Walker 2020 6’5 SG Hillcrest Academy (Phoenix, AZ)
46. Elias King 2019 6’8 PF Christian Brothers (Sacramento, CA)
50 Nathan Mensah 2018 6’10 C Prolific Prep (Napa, CA)

Matches in: Nor Cal Basketball

by Kevin McCarthy

Who are the D1 locks as well as the other possibilities still available in northern California with the early NCAA signing period coming to a close? The academic status/eligibility is unknown for any of these prep players plus there may be some school transfers as well as injuries that have not filtered... (Read more)

by Kevin McCarthy

Has there ever been an absolutely loaded Sacramento area travel team? One that generated national attention? Not to my knowledge.

Just consider if these Sacramento area seniors had decided to join forces and rep the 916 in their last year of travel team ball:

Jordan Brown
Mason Forbes
Elias... (Read more)

by Kevin McCarthy

Versatility is king in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Talents who can perform at multiple positions and in different roles are highly desired especially for creating immediate advantages. In college, versatility is not exploited as much because offenses are less sophisticated due to practice time restraints and players’ slower learning curves.

But... (Read more)

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