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June 13, 2011

USA trials: Session four

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Coming off an ankle sprain, elite forward Aaron Gordon made a significant impact at the 16-Under USA national team trials.

Gordon, a 6-foot-7 combo forward from San Jose (Calif.) Archbishop Mitty High, quickly made it clear that there is an elite prospect besides Jabari Parker vying for a spot on the USA team. Quick off the ground and quick to change direction, Gordon stood out with both his athleticism and his shooting touch.

Isaiah Whitehead 6-foot-3 2014 wing from Brooklyn (N.Y.) Lincoln High School - A confident wing scorer with a killer spin move, Whitehead was a solid performer throughout the trials.

Malik Price-Martin 6-foot-8 2013 power forward from Miami Monsignor Edward Pace High School - Price-Martin had made an athletic print on the trials from the beginning, but in the fourth session, he settled into his offensive game and had some impressive scores.


It looks as if a Duke vs. North Carolina recruiting battle is in the works for 2014 standout wing Theo Pinson of Greensboro, N.C. Pinson has offers from both schools and recently visited them. He said it was a toss-up as to which visit was the best and that the two schools are in the lead for him.

Pinson has also visited Clemson and Tennessee and said that Tennessee was right behind Duke and North Carolina. He is also considering offers from Georgetown, Virginia Tech, Syracuse and Marquette.

Larry Austin, a 2014 point guard out of Springfield (Ill.) Lamphier High School, is being recruited the hardest by Ohio State, Tennessee and Illinois. In particular, Ohio State said it will watch him closely in July as a main point guard target for 2014.

Class of 2013 sharp-shooter Conner Frankamp of Wichita (Kan.) North High School is being recruited by Kansas, Oklahoma, Boston College, Nebraska, UCLA and Missouri. Kansas and Missouri are on him the hardest, and he would love a Kansas offer as a longtime Jayhawk fan.

And there are no changes to report in the recruitment of Aaron Gordon. The elite forward described his recruitment as slow right now.


PG Larry Austin 2014 Springfield (Ill.) Lamphier High School
G Conner Frankamp 2013 Wichita (Kan.) North High School
F Aaron Gordon 2013 San Jose (Calif.) Archbishop Mitty High School
W Justin Jackson 2014 Houston Home School Christian Youth Association
W Stanley Johnson 2014 Santa Anna (Calif.) Mater Dei High School
PG Tyus Jones 2014 Apple Valley (Minn.) High School
G Kendrick Nunn 2013 Chicago Simeon High School
C Jahlil Okafor 2014 Chicago Whitney Young High School
F Jabari Parker 2013 Chicago Simeon High School
W Theo Pinson 2014 Greensboro (N.C.) Oakridge Military Academy
PF Malik Price-Martin 2013 Miami (Fla.) Monsignor Edward Pace High School
F Johnathan Williams III 2013 Memphis (Tenn.) Southwind High School


Dakari Johnson is the tallest prospect at 6-foot-10.

Beejay Anya has the longest wingspan at 7-foot-9.

Anya and Jimmie Taylor have the longest reach at 9-foot-3.

Stephen Domingo has an 8-foot-8 reach at 6-foot-4.

James Blackmon has a 6-foot-11 wingspan at 6-foot-2.

Aaron Gordon and Jabari Parker both have 6-foot-11 wingspans, but Gordon has a 3-inch higher reach and is an inch and a half taller.

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