The top boys high school basketball player in the country this year is Christopher Columbus (Fla.) power forward Cameron Boozer, who has been named the Gatorade Boys Basketball National Player of the Year.
Watch Miami Heat forward and five-time NBA All-Star Kevin Love surprise Boozer with the award.
The son of another former All-Star power forward – Carlos Boozer – Cameron averaged 21.1 points, 11.2 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 2.0 blocks and 1.3 steals per game this past season while leading his team to a state championship.
Boozer is ranked as the No. 1 overall prospect in the class of 2025. So far he has offers from Duke, Michigan, Miami, Florida State and Arkansas.
High school football has a benchmark set for longstanding domination on the gridiron throughout history: the 900-win mark. When looking at the massive landscape—hs football origins dating back to the late-1800s—only five programs have achieved such a monumental win total, with Valdosta (Ga.), Male (Ky.) and Massillon (Ohio) leading the way. And while COVID-19 created […]
The recruiting race had two clear themes this past weekend: quarterbacks and pass rushers were in high demand. Five programs added QB prospects from the class of 2024, while three schools picked up commitments from blue-chip defensive line recruits. Here are the defensive linemen, where they’re playing in high school and where they’re headed to compete at […]