Marvin Bagley III was the consensus number one prospect in the 2018 class and projected as the following draft’s top pick. Bagley reclassifying opens the door for Canadian R.J. Barrett to move into both of those spots. Bagley, a 6-foot-11 power forward from Arizona, committed to Duke University to play in the 2017-18 season. Experts say Bagley is definitely a "1 and done" player . Some say he will be the number one NBA draft pick in 2018. Michael Porter Jr., who will play at Missouri, and DeAndre Ayton, who’s set to enroll at Arizona are in contention as well. Exposure through camps, showcases, and their club teams have positioned these top tier athletes to beat the odds of playing college and professional basketball.
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HoopPlay Premiere Showcase Invitational November 25 in Little Rock will be epic. According to ESPN, basketball is the most popular youth sport with over 450,000 girls and over 550,000 boys playing for a school-sponsored team. As kids become older it becomes more competitive as far as the selection of kids. Therefore, you have to find a way to distinguish yourself when it comes to recruiting. Attending basketball camps and showcase events will help you gain exposure and earn an exclusive basketball scholarship. Our local and national partnerships with ESPN Arkansas, Jr. NBA, and National Scouting Report understand the importance of distinguishing yourself and gaining national exposure. According to CBS News, less than 1 in 35 high school seniors play college basketball. Attending our mini-camps, showcase invitationals, and tournament series will help you beat those odd. Register now to begin your process of being recruited and distinguishing yourself.