Anonymous
Two weeks ago

The Aussies in USA High School thread

Makur Maker
Adolkah Gak
Jayden Stone

Any others in the high school system over in the states?

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Scopes44  
Two weeks ago

Their could be hundreds i reckon. Some elite, some doing student exchange programs.

I tried doing it in the mid 90's, i know I wasnt the greatest, but there are opportunities within all US to go high school and then college via scholarships. Doesnt mean pro material or div 1,2,3 but the opportunities there. Sorry maybe a bit off topic.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Reality is there are few aussies who actually get a full scholarship so when people bandy around about their kids going to college sometimes its actually meaningless in the talk about talent. Many just don't have the parents with money or interest even if they do have talent. Some want to stay here to build a life and thats okay too. There are many ways to define success and there are many ways to beef up success as well.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Harrison Hornery class of 2021 prospect

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D2.0  
Two weeks ago

How many refugee kids has Ed Smith kidnapped recently?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Bofinger at Montverde should play D1. We had a few at La Lumiere a couple of years ago, don't know if any still there.

Agree with Scopes44. A fair majority of kids outside of D1 are distinguished from those not at college only by parental resources and choice. Most kids there for high school are relying on significant family resources. Some of them can play, but the fact that they're in the US is pretty meaningless by itself. If the goal is just to play high school basketball in the US, most rep kids could do an exchange to a school with an average program and probably make the team.

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smoke  
Two weeks ago

Bronson Borlace &
Stephen Olowoniyi

Class of 2022 I think?. Former Longhorns juniors in Sunshine, Melbourne who are at Inspire Academy, Kentucky (twitter.com/aspirejrwizards). I had the pleasure of working with these kids before they left, hard workers and fast learners.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

North Carolina's Tri-City Christian School
Malek Malual
Chol deng
Paul Tako
Sila Tako

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Ky Green (Josh Green's younger brother)

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Jordan Schwalger Prolific prep California

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Anonymous  
Last week

Cooper Creek, west Aussie kid just finished High school in Boston going to prep school

Already offered DBU, Hawaii Pacific D2 and Hartford D1 still being recruited for 2020

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