Author: Anthony Ray

Arizona’s 2025 Class is loaded with top-notch talent for the future, and two of the elite guard prospects in the class reside at Notre Dame Prep. After a strong freshman season where they led Notre Dame Prep to a 19-9 overall record on the season, 6-foot-3 sophomore guard Bryce Quinet and 5-foot-11 sophomore guard Brennan Peterson will be back this season to pick up where they left off as freshman starters for Head Coach Luke DallaRiva. Both prospects had excellent middle school careers and came in very highly touted, so their sophomore seasons should prove to be a breakout season…

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Perry High School’s ultra-talented and gifted 6-foot-8, 180-pound senior guard Cody Williams absolutely blew up this spring and summer nationally among college coaches, scouts and media. Williams grew from simply being one of Arizona’s elite high school prospects, to becoming one of the elite overall prospects in America’s 2023 Class by ESPN and many other national scouting services. Fresh off concluding his play from this summer’s Nike EYBL circuit, Williams has announced his final (8) schools that he will consider in his college recruitment. As a result of his play over the past (6) months, Williams currently has a long list of…

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Millennium High School is on the rise again in the state, as the program is loaded with young talent from top to bottom, and is set to have their best season in the last few years. After dominating the state in recent years, but losing a lot to transfers, Head Coach Ty Amundsen and his hard-working staff have retooled again and now are back to compete for a 5A State Championship. After a season last year where they finished with a 17-8 overall record, the program returns many of their players this season, and will be led by the strong point guard play…

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Get ready for another elite basketball prospect to enter the Arizona high school ranks, but this time not at a prep school. Instead, this young man will now grace the hardwood @ Scottsdale Christian High School this season as an incoming freshman, and a mere member of the 2026 Class. 6-foot-7 incoming freshman forward Elijah Williams, son of 2022 NBA Coach of the Year Monty Williams of the Phoenix Suns, will make his debut this high school season amidst excellent anticipation from the national basketball community. Williams is set to become an absolute star in Arizona, and is another young…

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Get ready for another elite basketball prospect to enter the Arizona high school ranks, but this time not at a prep school. Instead, this young man will now grace the hardwood @ Scottsdale Christian High School this season as an incoming freshman, and a mere member of the 2026 Class. 6-foot-7 incoming freshman forward Elijah Williams, son of 2022 NBA Coach of the Year Monty Williams of the Phoenix Suns, will make his debut this high school season amidst excellent anticipation from the national basketball community. Williams is set to become an absolute star in Arizona, and is another young prospect in line that will receive loads…

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Millennium High School is on the rise again in the state, as the program is loaded with young talent from top to bottom, and is set to have their best season in the last few years. After dominating the state in recent years, but losing a lot to transfers, Head Coach Ty Amundsen and his hard-working staff have retooled again and now are back to compete for a 5A State Championship. After a season last year where they finished with a 17-8 overall record, the program returns many of their players this season and will also add the services of…

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While many basketball enthusiasts around the state had not heard of him this time last year, now he is becoming one of the better known young prospects in the West. Eduprize Prep 6-foot-3 rising junior point guard prospect AJ Thomas led the state’s Canyon Athletic Association (CAA) Division in scoring last high school season – posting amazing numbers as a sophomore. Thomas will now return for his junior season, while playing for his father, Head Coach Ashton Thomas, and is ready to have another tremendous season for himself and become one of the hottest guard prospects in the West for…

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One of the top overall guard prospects in the state’s AIA Division is now on the move to the prep school ranks, after it was announced that former Mountain Pointe High School rising senior point guard Mark Brown has chosen to transfer to Bella Vista Prep for his senior season. Brown announces his transfer just days after the recent transfer of his Mountain Pointe teammate, Tru Washington to AZ Compass Prep. Brown is the younger brother of former Loyola Marymount star guard Brandon Brown. Brandon’s former Head Coach Matt Gordon, a national champion at Phoenix College, now is a big…

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The AZ Compass Prep basketball program is in the process of rebuilding for another excellent season next year, and has attracted loads of Division-I talent again to the program. After recently announcing the additions of several new transfers, the program has announced another addition in soaring rising senior guard prospect Vince Delano. The ultra-athletic and promising 6-foot-1 rising senior guard prospect has been one of the hottest prospects in the West, over the past (6) months, as he has received numerous scholarship offers for himself. Delano has received offers from Washington State, San Jose State, Pacific, Cal Poly, UC-Riverside, Portland, Southern…

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Perry High School’s terrific 6-foot-8 rising senior guard Cody Williams is coming off a tremendous spring and summer performance for himself, as he has become one of the hottest prospects in America, and a Top 25 national prospect by many national publications and scouting services. Williams played this summer for Vegas Elite (NV) on the EYBL Nike Circuit, and is fresh off a strong performance in the Nike EYBL Peach Jam, where he faced up with Nike’s Strive For Greatness program, which featured Lebron James’ son Bronny James of Sierra Canyon High School (CA). Also a top-rated national prospect, James…

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