View Full Version : Gaddy, Bradley, etc. in Nashville this weekend

05-25-2007, 09:01 AM
PF Brock Osweiler is taking a break to heal up some nicks and bruises, so the Portland Legends will go to Nashville for a big AAU event without him. That means more focus on Zag recruits Abdul Gaddy and Avery Bradley. Ferris' Casto and Stockton are on the team as well, along with Shadle's Anthony Brown. 2009'ers Gaddy and Bradley appear to be "most wanted".

I'll give reports as they come in.

D Hark 2003
05-25-2007, 03:00 PM
I hope those guys keep getting better i can wait to see them play next year at Bellarmine. Lion Pride!

05-25-2007, 03:39 PM
They'll be the first players Rivals' Jerry Meyer watches Saturday morning. Ought to get good evaluations and updates on them. :)

05-25-2007, 06:20 PM
It will be interesting to see Meyer's revaluation.

Did I read that Casto is now moving to Seattle?

05-26-2007, 07:18 AM
Reportedly yes, Casto will transfer... But until it actually happens I wouldn't take the news 100% serious. He might stay.

05-26-2007, 10:39 AM
How many spare bedrooms does Romar have in that house?

05-27-2007, 06:31 AM
Sounds like Rotnei Clark had a decent start.

With Leslie McDonald and Willie Warren on the bench after fouling out late in regulation, Rotnei Clarke took over the game in overtime to secure the win for Team Texas. Clarke, who scored 30 points in the game, did a nice job handling the ball and scored on floaters going right and his deep jumper.

Sharp shooter Rotnei Clarke hasn't trimmed his list down, but he listed Oklahoma, Kansas, Florida, Kentucky, Marquette, Washington State, Arizona State and Gonzaga. All but Florida and Kentucky have offered according to Clarke.


05-27-2007, 06:58 AM
Washington State is off the list getting a commitment from Harthun yesterday.

Thanks for the update. His list of suitors is certainly crouded with big names continuing to show up. Hope this doesn't end up like the Babbitt recruitment.

05-27-2007, 08:31 AM

Rotnei Clarke, PG, Team Texas Elite – Clarke is clearly a long range specialist, and he can certainly shoot it with the best of them, however, he’s an underrated ball handler with possibly one of the best floaters in high school basketball. The 6-footer can handle pressure and loves to toss up floaters over outstretched arms. He put up 32 points in a win against Memphis YOMCA.

Portland Legends may or may not be there as planned. I have a message in on it.

05-28-2007, 08:40 AM
Any Gaddy or Bradley news?

05-28-2007, 09:05 AM
Just received this from Rivals' Jerry Meyer--

"Finally figured it out. The good 16's are playing in 17-under. I watched them and will write about them later, but Gaddy and Bradley are good."

Actually, Gaddy is incredibly young for his grade. He'll be a junior in September and I think is only 14 or 15 y/o, similar to Jordan Morgan but I think even younger.