Author: Anthony Ray

No Arizona prospect had a better spring performance, combined with a stellar performance in the Section 7 event last weekend, other than Millennium High School’s talented and athletic 6-foot-7 rising versatile senior forward Kingston Tosi. After a strong spring performance for himself, where he received numerous offers for himself, as a result of his strong play on the club circuit, Tosi was on full display in this year’s Section 7 event, as he put college coaches on notice with his play. As a result, Tosi has become hotter than fish grease – receiving a large number of scholarship offers for…

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One of the top overall prospects that college coaches worked hard to catch a glimpse of at last weekend’s Section 7 event was Sandra Day O’Connor High School’s 6-foot-8, 215-pound rising senior forward Michael Simcoe. Already possessing numerous offers for himself, Simcoe drew loads of attention throughout the weekend, and, as a result, has now received many more offers to his credit as a result of his performance in the event. Sandra Day O’Connor will be one of the state’s elite teams to watch for next high school season, after a season this year where the program emerged as one…

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In a major move, after recently re-opening his college recruitment, Notre Dame Prep’s strong and athletic 6-foot-4, 195-pound athletic senior guard Anthony Batson has now given a verbal commitment and signed with Stanford University. Batson previously gave a commitment to Rice University, but decided to re-open his college recruitment after former Head Coach Scott Pera was released from his duties after the college season. Batson instead went looking for another college program for himself this spring, and now has landed at Stanford University, where he will now begin his college career. Highly successful Head Coach Kyle Smith and his staff…

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The Section 7 Boy’s Event will take place this weekend, June 21-23rd, Friday through Sunday @ State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona and will feature (12) different courts of basketball action. Arizona Preps will be in attendance throughout the weekend to bring you coverage of the event and our top performers throughout. Here is some more information on this weekend’s event . . . WHAT: Section 7 Boy’s Weekend Schedule and Credential Reminder Elite high school event held on 12 courts at State Farm Stadium WHO: 184 high school teams will compete in the fourth annual Section 7 Boy’s Weekend in front…

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More than a year ago, I previewed my top Breakout Performers for the high school season, and Perry High School’s talented 6-foot-5, 190-pound rising senior D’Andre Harrison more than backed up my claim, as he would go on to have a big junior season for himself, and help lead his Perry High School basketball program to a third consecutive State Championship, and a second consecutive Open Division State Title. Harrison came up big all season for Head Coach Sam Duane Jr., and then continued his strong play on the club circuit this spring – becoming one of the top overall…

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Highland Prep High School’s 6-foot-4, 190-pound senior guard Presley Ibeh is now officially off the recruiting board, as he has made his college decision – giving a nice commitment to Northwest Missouri State this weekend. Ibeh soared under the recruiting radar for some time, before recently receiving two different offers for himself, which he ultimately chose from. Ibeh is a very nice athletic talent that plays both ends of the floor at a high level, and is coming off an excellent senior season for himself. He is an absolute steal for Northwest Missouri State and new Head Coach Matt Keeley. Former Ottowa University Head…

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Dream City Christian Prep’s 6-foot-4, 190-pound rising junior guard Ikenna Alozie is a special talent in the nation’s 2026 Class, and the national basketball community is now beginning to take serious notice of this young man’s talents for the college level and beyond. After recently receiving a Top 20 national ranking by ESPN for America’s 2026 Class, and having a big spring performance for himself, Alozie is now consistently receiving loads of Division-I offers for himself, and is on the way to national stardom. Alozie made a nice splash in the national rankings recently, as he is now regarded as a…

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“The House Twins,” rising junior guards Kaden and Kalek House had made a lot of positive noise over the past (6) months, as they have just about done it all. After having an excellent season at Desert Mountain High School, the two star brothers announced their decision to leave the school for national basketball power AZ Compass Prep. After having a strong spring season on the club circuit with their loaded AZ Unity 17U team, which has qualified for the Nike EYBL’s Peach Jam next month, now the House Twins have seen their college recruitment go to a completely new…

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One of the top overall prospects in Arizona’s 2026 Class has been no surprise, although he is still making a name for himself nationally, but is well deserving of serious national attention. Canyon International Academy (CIA) has one of the top prep programs in the country, although most national basketball enthusiasts, scouts and media have yet to hear about the program. The program is absolutely loaded with top-rated Division-I talent and one of the top overall prospects in the program is 6-foot superb sophomore guard Miles Sadler. A native of Canada, Sadler came to the state of Arizona just a…

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The action-packed Section 7 Event will for boy’s high school basketball programs will get underway on Monday and Tuesday (June 17 & 18th) with the Boys Qualifier, as (96) Arizona boys’ high school basketball teams are competing for an open spot in the Section 7 Event. Schools that win their bracket will qualify for the weekend showcase to be held later this month. Arizona Preps will be on hand to bring you coverage of this event. Here is some more information . . . BHHS LEGACY FOUNDATION AZ SHOWCASE INFORMATIONWHAT: BHHS Legacy Foundation AZ Showcase Information and Credential Reminder The BHHS…

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