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                             Memphis Central top seniors left to right - Bradley Walker, Antonio Gillespie, Darius Thompson, & Demetrius Jackson

  Greg Pryor at Future 150 in Birmingham 2013

                                Kerrell Davis (Motlow St.) was one of the Top 3 guards in the city with Andre Hollins (Minnesota) and Cedric McAfee (Auburn) in 2011 


MemphisHoopers.com  win Future 150 in Atlanta, Georgia for the second year in a row.





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MemphisHoopers.com 17's at Wallace Prather in Atlanta, Georgia 2007.




Brandon Poweil of Florida




MemphisHoopers.com 17's at Nike Main Event (2004) in Las Vegas, Nevada.






MemphisHoopers.com 2014 - 2015 Senior Rankings 


Dedric Lawson (Hamilton / Memphis)

Rankings are based on varsity play and last summer activity. Post season play effects your rankings because this is a grow up period compadres!!! If you fell like you should be ranked higher, show me and it will happen. I will watch your tea, play this season depending on schedules. MemphisHoopers.com staff also takes into consideration, character and attitude as well as basketball skills accordingly.    Players are high school, CBL(last year),  MemphisHoopers.com, & Team Thad summer team coached teams. 

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Rank Name High School / AAU Org. Position Commit Ht/Wt
1. Dedric Lawson Hamilton / Team Penny Forward Memphis 6'9
2. Skal Labisierre ECS / M33M Center Kentucky 6'11
3. K.J. Lawson Hamilton / Team Penny Forward Memphis 6'8
4. LaGerald Vick Douglass / Team Thad Guard SMU 6'5
5. Terrance Davis Southaven / Team Thad Forward Ole Miss 6'5
6. Donte Fitzpatrick Southwind / Team Penny Guard Ole Miss 6'5
7. Nic Marshall Lexington / Team Thad Center Memphis 7'0
8. Terrance Baker Hamilton / Team Penny Forward   6'7
9. Jeremiah Martin Mitchell / Team Thad Guard Lou Tech 6'3
10. Marlon Hunter Houston / Ark. Wings Guard W. Ken. 6'2
11. Carter Sweat Center Hill / N. Miss. Guard   6'3
12. Toriano Stokes Westwood/MemphisHoopers.com Center   6'8
13. Brett Werner Collierville / Guard Delta St. 6'2
14. Chad Culbreath Ripley / Nash. Celtics Guard   5'10
15. Myles Littleton Catholic/MemphisHoopers.com Guard   6'4
16. Jordan Varnado Haywood / Team Thad Forward   6'6
17. Justin Wertner St. George's / M33M Guard UC Irvine 6'5
18. Nic Smith White Station / Team Penny Forward   5'11
19. Khalil Spencer Ridgeway / Memphis Magic Forward   6'5
20. Eric McGill Bartlett / Forward   6'7
21. Naba Echols Mitchell / Team Thad Guard   5'10
22. Darius Thompson Central / Memphis Magic Guard   6'2
23. Malik Smith Overton / Team Thad Forward   6'7
24. Keith Wilson Overton / Team Thad Forward   6'5
25. Julian Daugherty Millington / Guard   6'3
26. Kylan Phillips Mitchell /MemphisHoopers.com Guard   5'10
27. Trevette Cain Craigmont /Memphis Magic Forward   6'5
28. Jonathan Bowlan Bartlett /baseball-Memphis Forward   6'6
29. Frederick Douglass CBHS / Guard   6'2
30. Bradley Walker Central / 'Forward   6'5
31. Shunterio Alexander CBHS / 'Forward   6'4
33. Jerry Hurt Overton / Guard   5'11
34. Taze Moore Southaven / Team Thad Guard   6'3
35. Kensen Carmichael Cordova / Guard   6'3
    Honorable Mention Below      


Terrance Davis (Southaven - Ole Miss commit)


LaGerald Vick (Douglass - SMU commit and leading scorer in the city of Memphis)

Honorable Mention

Rank Name High School / AAU Org. Position Commit Ht/Wt








White Station @ Melrose

       Recap 3-20-2010

White Station (70)  @ Melrose (75)                                            Box Score

       In a short three years, Coach Jermaine Johnson has Melrose in the record books with a astounding victory over the defending state champions White Station Spartans.  Melrose deeply talented team was too much for the Spartans who missed two of their top scorers from scoring in double digits and much needed if any chance of winning. Tournament MVP Chris Jones (35 points and 5 steals) proved why he is a Tennessee commitment with his savvy ball handling, outside shooting when needed, and strong drives to the goal when called upon. Jones shot 95% from the free throw line on 18-19 shooting and 57% from the field in another stellar performance. The game was a back and forth contest the entire game with 10 lead changes and 9 ties that started with the score being tied 16 all at the end of the first quarter.

     White Station led majority of the first half after Melrose being patient on offense scored first but the Spartans started the game with a 8-0 run after Melrose scored.  Adonis Thomas shot extremely well 47% from the field and snatched a game high 13 rebounds to go along with 19 points in a double double performance. Melrose finally took the lead in the second quarter with a 1 minute left using full court pressure that rattled the Spartans a little. Melrose went into the break up 35-33. White Station was killing Melrose on the boards (19-10 first half advantage) due to Melrose big man and Northern Illinois signee Nate Rucker breaking his ankle in the previous quarterfinal game against Bearden. Melrose caused 11 first half turnovers but controlled the ball to only commit 3 turnovers to nullify the rebounding disadvantage. Melrose had a 5-2 ratio on steals at the break also.

     White Station usually brings a nice crowd with them every year but Melrose's Orange Mound was definitely in the house as the Golden Wildcats were in force new and old. The Wildcats extended their lead as high as 8 points in the third quarter at the 2:01 mark of the third with Coach Jesus Patino of White Station trying to find a solution to his team poor offense with multiple substituting to gain momentum to no avail. Melrose closed the third quarter up 55-50 and in solid control for the time being.

     You know having Mr. Basketball, McDonald's All American and Memphis signee Joe Jackson (22 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists, and 2 steals) was not going to let that happen just laying there. He is a warrior and showed why he received all the postseason accolades, Jackson sat out only 6 seconds of the entire game in the fourth quarter at the 5:00 minute mark after picking up his 4th foul. Another senior who has been their since the first day with Jackson is Missouri State football signee Julian Burton (12 points on 50% shooting and 3-3 from long range). White Station William Woodfork and Rodriguez Tucker notched important minutes and played strong coming off the bench in supporting roles. White Station tried to rally by getting the score down to 3 points (63-60) and the closest they would ever get with each time  Jones snubbing out the effort and with Thomas in the wing.

Key Points of The Game: White Station Andre Hollins and Nino Johnson scoring only 4 points each. At least Johnson grabbed 10 rebounds in the cause respectively. Chris Jones awesome free throw shooting down the stretch and the entire game.

By Staff Writer Harold Rivera                          Posted 3-13-10 7:02 p.m.





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