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HoopStars Canada's Commitments (2013-14)
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Chris Egi: Harvard-bound
Chris Egi: Harvard-bound
With a number of commitments already released, here is another tracker for the decisions made by our Canadian basketball talents during the 2013-14 season, as confirmed by coaching staffs, players, and press releases. cont...
Alma Academy Profile: 2013-14
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The 2012-2013 season was inaugural for the first ever French basketball Academy in North America. 40 players out of Montreal decided to take a chance by following coaches Igor Rwigema and Ibrahim Appiah to maximize their chance of success in academics and sports. Their three competitive teams showed why Alma Academy could be a serious option for Quebec hoopers as they accomplished a lot in their first campaign. cont...
Canadian Class of 2013: Top 50 by Position (Final - July 9)
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Andrew Wiggins
Andrew Wiggins
Another graduating class has come and gone. Once again, the blending of current talent and future potential levels has been carefully weighed to create this year's version of the Top 50 Canadians by Position in the Class of 2013. All prospects were reviewed via in person at a gym, live webcast, and/or archived video. Similar to past analyses, the best Canadian prospects were first classified into a specific position and then placed in order next to their peers. 
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HoopStars Canada's Commitment Update 2013
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Tyler Ennis - Syracuse
Tyler Ennis - Syracuse
Once again, here is an inside look at the official commitments from Canadians across the country at several post-secondary levels, as confirmed by coaching staffs, players, and press releases. A recruit with an asterisk (*) beside their name signifies the player will sit out at least part of the 2013-14 season due to league transfer regulations or otherwise. 
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Prep Spotlights continue: REDA Waterloo & Brampton
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REDA
REDA
Back for a third year, the Regional Elite Development Academy has seen an exponential growth of prep schools in Ontario since its first development. REDA is also experiencing growth, as it expands to teams in two locations this year – Waterloo & Brampton. cont...
The 1st French Basketball Academy in North America
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Alma Academy
Alma Academy
In June of 2012, the College d’Alma and the city of Alma were proud to announce the creation of the first ever French Basketball Academy in North America. The Alma Academy program was created to give an alternative to CEGEP and high school players in Quebec that wanted the opportunity for more exposure and training during the season. cont...
Athlete Institute Academy releases inaugural roster
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AI Academy
AI Academy
ACTS Athlete Institute (Orangeville, ON) is proud to announce the commencement of the Athlete Institute Academy: a basketball preparatory educational program that prepares high school student athletes for competition at the post secondary level. Our student athletes come from all over Canada to experience guidance in every aspect of their lives that affects their performance on the court. cont...
Canadian AAU Scoreboard Tracker
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Tyler Ennis (CIA Bounce 17U)
Tyler Ennis (CIA Bounce 17U)
It’s that time of year! Once again, the gruelling July AAU schedule has numerous Canadian-based teams challenging themselves physically and mentally, as they all pursue exposure, camaraderie, and a championship trophy. HoopStars Canada has once again set up a scoreboard tracker to help you follow along (see below). 
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Canadian Class of 2012: Top 50 by Position (May 16)
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Anthony Bennett
Anthony Bennett
As the Class of 2012 draws to a close, a combination of current talent and future potential has been careful weighed to create the Top 50 Canadians by Position. All prospects were reviewed via in person at a gym, live webcast, and/or archived video. Similar to past analyses, the best Canadian prospects were first classified into a specific position and then placed in order next to their peers. 
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HoopStars Canada's Commitment Update
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Braxston Bunce (Cornell)
Braxston Bunce (Cornell)
Here is an inside look at the official commitments from Canadians across the country at several post-secondary levels, as confirmed by coaching staffs, players, and press releases. A recruit with an asterisk (*) beside their name signifies the player will sit out at least part of the 2012-13 season due to league transfer regulations or otherwise. cont...
AAA OFSAA History (1988-present)
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This is Part 3 of a historical look at the medal-winning teams from every OFSAA ‘AAA’ since 1988. It includes where each teams' top players played basketball after high school (including if they went to prep school first), if applicable 
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AA OFSAA History (2002-present)
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This is Part 2 of a historical look at the medal-winning teams from every OFSAA ‘AA’ since 2002. It includes where each teams' top players played basketball after high school (including if they went to prep school first), if applicable cont...
AAAA OFSAA History (2002-present)
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Ever wondered who won medals at past OFSAAs and who were on those teams? How about where they all played after high school? This is a historical look at the medal-winning teams from every OFSAA ‘AAAA’ since its inception in 2002 
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HoopStars Tracker: New Canadians in US Colleges/Universities
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Idaho PF - Djim Bandoumel
Idaho PF - Djim Bandoumel
With supporters and naysayers from coast-to-coast continually battling over what they feel are best for homegrown talent, the prep school exodus really began its impact in large numbers with the High School Class of 2010. With a new record of over 40 Canadians heading to Division 1 for the first time this fall, there is arguably more hype than ever before. HoopStars Canada gives you a chance to monitor all our incoming post-secondary student-athletes down south with this Canadian Tracker
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HoopStars Review: Toronto Prospect Camps
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Anthony Bennett
Anthony Bennett
Some spent their entire month of July on basketball courts across the continent, while others were looking at this invitation as their chance to make a breakthrough performance on home soil. Over 200 of our finest ballers in Ontario competed at the NCAA-sanctioned B Game Recruiting Camp & the All Canada Prospect Camp at the end of July. HoopStars Canada watched both Toronto events over a three-day period cont...
2010 AAU Spotlight: QC-United
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Kevin Zabo
Kevin Zabo
Both the U15 & U17 National Championships came and went last week in Winnipeg. Quebec stole the show in the U17 category, securing a third straight Gold medal. The U15 team made the final as well, giving defending champion Ontario all it could handle. If you look closely at the coaching staffs and team rosters for both age groups, you will notice a considerable amount of participants also play for an up-and-coming AAU program based in Montreal, called QC-United cont...
2010 AAU Spotlight: Brookwood Elite
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Kenny Fred Chery
Kenny Fred Chery
After winning national championships in 2007 (U15), then back-to-back titles in 2008-09 (U17), there is no denying the Quebec basketball scene is alive and well. In the city of Montreal, a young coaching staff has once again put together an impressive group of local prospects, gave them exposure with a challenging AAU schedule, and call themselves the Brookwood Elite cont...
Top 10 (2014)
RkNamePosHt/Wt
1 Trey Lyles PF 6'10/230
2 Chris Egi PF 6'8/220
3 Marial Shayok SF 6'6/203
4 Jabari Craig C 6'11/221
5 Kevin Zabo PG 6'1/190
6 Nemanja Zarkovic SG 6'3/180
7 Drew Urquhart PF 6'8/220
8 Tristan Etienne PF 6'10/215
9 Tevonn Walker SG 6'1/190
10 Jadon Cohee PG 6'4/185
 
Top 10 (2015)
RkNamePosHt/Wt
1 Montaque Gill-Caesar SF 6'5/205
2 Dillon Brooks SF 6'6/190
3 Munis Tutu PG 6'0/150
4 Obi Okolie SF 6'5/185
5 Jalen Poyser SG 6'3/170
6 Jamar Ergas SG 6'2/170
7 Joel Tshimanga PF 6'7/190
8 Joseph Chartouny SG 6'4/210
9 Elijah Long PG 6'0/160
10 Kamar McKnight SF 6'3/210

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