North Carolina Recruiting Report Show Your Skills Tournament
June 15 2013
Our scouts will be present rating and ranking the classes of 2015 -2022
Boy’s and Girl’s
Registration Available Soon!!!
Teams will be registered on a first come first serve bases.
For more info: Lindsey@northcarolinarecruitingreport.com
North Carolina Basketball Services was created in August of 2012 to form new avenues of exposure and instruction for players in the North Carolina region. Our two separate divisions work in close connection to each other in order to provide a complete scope of services.
We strive to first help players maximize their potential with a variety of instructional programs. Additionally, many of our tournaments and other events provide the highest levels of competition that are a necessity for any player’s development.
We also go to great lengths to ensure that our region's players are receiving maximum exposure to college coaches, scouting services, other media outlets, and fans throughout the country. Our greatest tool in that endeavor is the North Carolina Recruiting Report which includes a scouting service available only to college coaches as well as our web site which will become the #1 authority on high school and prep school basketball in North Carolina.
Aaron Wallace is the owner and general manager of North Carolina Basketball Services. His responsibilities include serving as the editor of the North Carolina Recruiting Report, coordinating our exposure events, and directing our instructional program. Currently Aaron also served as a contributor to ESPN's Scouts Inc, a nominator for the McDonald's All-American game, and a recruiting analyst for South Sports Region Select.
Aaron's experiences in the game include stints on the high school, college, and professional levels. Aaron is married and has three children and currently resides in Greensboro NC.
Director of Boy's Basketball
Director of Girl's Basketball
North Carolina RecruitingReport.com Contributors
Raymond Bochetti is one of the foremost authorities on basketball in the state of North Carolina as well as a keen evaluator of talent. Raymond spent 12 years as the head boy’s basketball coach at Miller Grove Prep in Atlanta, Georgia During that time his teams earned a record of 176-72 . Raymond’s teams also produced 12 players that went on to play at the college level.
Rebecca House has covered local high school and college basketball for the last ten years. She has a reputation for not only being extremely knowledgeable about the North Carolina recruiting scene, but also as an expert of college basketball.
Howard Warner - Has 6 years of AAU/USSSA experience as a Head Boy’s Basketball Coach. Howard serves in his first year with the NC recruiting report and will serve as the head of our middle school sports division
Q: Who selects the players on the list?
A: Our player rankings are compiled by a staff of 10 people, including members of the basketball media, AAU/Travel Ball Coaches and middle and high school coaches from all levels. We also have at least one member from the northern, southern, Eastern and Western areas of the state.
Q: How much does this list change from week to week?
A: Changes will occur frequently. Players can move or moved down once they are observed and reported on by one of our many experts.
Q: What are the rankings based upon, high school prowess or college potential?
A: These rankings are based solely on the recommendations on the players prospect ability at the COLLEGE level. The accomplishments of the high school career is not the main core factor of determining where they are ranked or listed.
Q: Who views these rankings?
A: The Breakdown has one of the largest distributions of college contacts in North Carolina & South Carolina. Our fall publications get sent to over 400 colleges across the country. Our publications go out to 50 different states. Our rankings are viewed and analyzed by these colleges around the country. We're viewed by Division I, II, III, NAIA and Junior Colleges.
Q: Are these rankings NCAA compliant?
A: Yes, we've gone through the NCAA vetting process and our site is fully compliant and approved by the NCAA.