Mr. Basketball USA Isaiah Stewart, North Carolina recruit Cole Anthony, junior Sharife Cooper and two-time honoree James Wiseman highlight 25th annual All-American Team. Elite honor squad includes 20-man first team and 30-man second team.
Power forward from FAB 50 No. 3 La Lumiere (La Porte, Ind.) named 2019 Mr. Basketball USA by Ballislife.com and its 10-man panel.
The final 2018-19 Mr. Basketball USA ballots are in and after they are tallied, there’s a clear-cut top candidate. Washington-bound power forward Isaiah Stewart out paces explosive point guard Cole Anthony of Oak Hill Academy in Virginia. Read on to see the ballot results!
FAB 50 No. 4 IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) put pressure on top-ranked La Lumiere to play from behind and never let its foot off the gas, winning 66-55 to hand the Lakers their first loss of the season. With the win, IMG Academy captured its first GEICO Nationals championship. Will IMG finish No. 1 in the FAB 50?
Only eight teams are still playing and all will be in New York City for GEICO Nationals, April 4-6 on the ESPN family of networks. Top seeded and FAB 50 No. 1 La Lumiere (Ind.) has a tough first game and there is no easy matchup for the higher seeds. We take a look at the keys to victory in each game and some likely scenarios.
Cole Anthony of Oak Hill Academy (Va.) is the top vote-getter in the latest Mr. Basketball USA Tracker. Anthony heads to GEICO Nationals this week, as does Isaiah Stewart of FAB 50 No. 1 la Lumiere (La Porte, Ind.), who comes in a close second behind Anthony. How will GEICO Nationals affect this year’s close national POY race?
McDonald’s All American second practice full highlights featuring Nico Mannion, James Wiseman, Cole Anthony, Anthony Edwards, Scottie Lewis, Jaden McDaniels, Tyrese Maxey, Tre Mann, Isaiah Stewart …(Read more)
In episode No. 11 of our “In The Paint Show,” Ron and Devin go in on the NBA All-Star Game format and talk about the leading candidates for high school national player of the year? Does the Mr. Basketball USA honoree have to have big time stats? Play for a highly-rated FAB 50 team? Or should his NBA potential be the bigger factor?
After MLK weekend, it always takes us a bit longer to get out our new FAB 50! No. 1 La Lumiere and No. 2 McEachern remain unbeaten, but MLK results from around the country meant massive changes to the rest of the field in addition to eight newcomers, the most we’ve had in a single week in recent memory.
After all the teams returned home for New Year’s and the results came in, we have a new pecking order at the top of the FAB 50. So who is No. 1, La Lumiere of Indiana or McEachern of Georgia? We break it down!
Isaiah Stewart’s 19 points and presence inside led nationally-ranked La Lumiere School (LaPorte, Indiana) to it’s 4th consecutive win to open the season. In the 90-45 …(Read more)
La Lumiere School (Laporte, Indiana) has quickly developed into a national prep basketball powerhouse. They’re defending Dick’s Sporting Goods 2017 National Champs. They’re preseason #10 on …(Read more)