Author: Anthony Ray

The exciting 2nd Annual All-Star Shootout for Arizona high school boys and girls seniors and sophomore juco prospects will be held this weekend @ South Mountain Community College. The girls will kick off this year’s event on Friday, April 12th, while the boy’s all-star games will be held on Saturday, April 13th. Last year’s event was a major success and this year’s event promises to be just as exciting, with the addition of a girls all-star game this year. Participants for this year’s event were selected by the event staff and members of the Board for the event. Arizona Preps’ will…

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The time has come in the recruiting process for Millennium High School’s ultra-talented 6-foot-7 sophomore Cameron Holmes, after a terrific sophomore season where he helped lead his high school program to an Open Division State Championship runner-up finish. With the start to the spring club season now well underway, Holmes will become a hot commodity to college programs in pursuit of high top-rated high school prospects. This spring and summer will be a big one for Holmes, his biggest one to date in his young career, as Division-I college programs will begin to turn their focus to the younger 2026…

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Yavapai College is looking to build their program behind the leadership of Head Coach Kevon Davis. After a first season at the helm at Yavapai, Davis has worked hard to raise the overall recruiting exposure for his players. Yavapai 6-foot-3 sophomore guard Ray Glasgow led this year’s team in numerous statistical categories, and was the top overall prospect in the program this season. Glasgow had a strong sophomore season for himself, and, as a result, became a nice recruiting target for four-year college programs to pursue. This week Glasgow gave a commitment to a Division-I program, as he has decided to sign a…

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Last week was an exciting week in the state of Arizona, as our state, once again, hosted the NCAA Final Four. After hosting this amazing event in 2017, the NCAA Final Four again returned to the state of Arizona in fine fashion this year, as the state of Arizona put on a nice week of exhibits, events, parties and daily and evening options for the large number of fans and spectators, college coaches and media that ventured to the state last week. I have attended many Final Fours over the past (20) years, and this year’s event was one of…

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The Pangos All-American Camp Preview took place this past weekend in Long Beach, CA @ McBride High School. This event, organized by long-time and top-rated elite national scout Dinos Trigonis, is an annual camp preview to the future prestigious Pangos All-American Camp, which is held in Las Vegas, Nevada in June. The Preview Camp is an opportunity for aspiring prospects that would like to get an invite to the top camp, to earn an invite to the camp through their performance in the Preview Camp. This event was designed for (120) different top-rated prospects from the 2025, 2026 and 2027…

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It was a big weekend for Arizona prospects on Saturday at McBride High School in Long Beach, California. A handful of Arizona prospects traveled to California over the weekend to take part in the Pangos All-American Camp Preview, organized by Event Organizer and top-rated national scout Dinos Trigonis and his Pangos Staff. This annual camp now is held as a preview to the prestigious Pangos All-American Camp, which is held in Las Vegas in June, and features (80) of the nation’s elite prospects annually. The Pangos All-American Camp is attended annual by a large number of national scouts, media and…

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It is Final Four week in the state of Arizona, and there will be loads of events that will take place this week. One of the most important events being held in the state this week will be very valuable for unsigned seniors and junior college prospects in the state – the West Coast Elite JUCO KIng of KIngs Session I will take place on Friday, April 5th and Saturday, April 6th @ The PHHACILITY in Phoenix. This event will feature many smaller school college coaches in attendance for this event, as there will be loads of college ocaches in…

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After another amazing season and strong performance down the stretch, while leading Perry High School to another, and third consecutive state championship, 6-foot-8 junior Koa Peat has been selected as our 2023-2024 Arizona Preps Player of the Year. This honor comes as know surprise to the Arizona basketball community this high school season, as Peat was recently also selected as the Max Preps Arizona Player of the Year, and also the Gatorade Player of the Year, among many other accomplishments, for his performance throughout his junior season, which resulted in Perry High School winning another Open Division State Championship, after…

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One of the top overall performers this high school season in the state of Arizona was North Canyon High School’s 6-foot-4 versatile senior guard Wyatt Mackay. Mackay put up tremendous numbers this senior season, and raised many eyebrows with his play – enough to earn himself loads of recruiting attention and several offers for himself. As a result, Mackay became one of the hotter overall guard prospects in the state this high school season. After mulling over his options for his college future, Mackay has now decided on a college program for his immediate college basketball future. This week, Mackay…

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The high school season did not finish the way that Millennium High School wanted it to this season, but the program definitely had an amazing season in the process. While finishing runner-up for the Open Division State Championship this season, the future looks to be extremely bright for the Millennium program, as the program is loaded with top-rated young talent. Millennium’s talented and versatile 6-foot-7 junior Kingston Tosi had an excellent junior season in the process this season, and now will be one of most sought after 2025 prospects in the West. Tosi has already received some nice offers to…

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