High School Sports Blog
Tom Wyrwich covers High School Sports for The Seattle Times.
July 29, 2008 12:06 PM
Posted by Tom Wyrwich
As the opening credits show, when the Seattle Rotary and the Northwest Panthers AAU teams meet up, there are top recruits everywhere. Abdul Gaddy, Avery Bradley, Peyton Siva, Josh Smith and Tony Wroten, to start. Those guys are all top 25 in their respective classes, and only Siva (Louisville) has committed.
So it's no surprise that some big-name college coaches were there, and you'll even catch Texas coach Rick Barnes in the middle of the highlights.
Posted by 206
6:20 PM, Jul 29, 2008
Any idea of what everyone is up to, now that AAU ball is over?
Posted by shane/olympia
4:10 PM, Jul 30, 2008
seattle area gots some talent!
Posted by dawgfan54
2:19 PM, Jul 31, 2008
I live in WA and a Huge fan of HS Basketball. Its simply incredible to watch these talented players and to believe there in our backyard (most). cant wait until November when season kick off and to the young men who have worked there behinds off to get in the situation where you can be seen on youtube and others. congrats! you inspire others.
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Posted by DAWGONE in AZ
8:38 AM, Aug 01, 2008
OK, WOW...we absolutely need Wroten.
A total beast in that video!
Posted by dbd_mack
7:32 PM, Aug 01, 2008
I think I actually saw a box out, otherwise just garbage pick up ball. It's cool it's posted, but the lack of fundamentals is so blatant.
Posted by db-i
8:41 AM, Aug 07, 2008
What is this I hear about Tiny Wroten not being eligible for Garfield this coming season?
Something about where he lives?
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