Discussion in 'Basketball Recruiting Forum' started by anomander, Feb 25, 2015.
Heard rumor this week that Mika will play Ludden this season and go prep senior year. Makes sense.
I saw the game where he's wearing the blue uniform saying Rosary. Mika was amazing and at times was triple teamed. It was CBA actually in the white and gold uniforms. Both teams wore throw-back jerseys in honor of the Old Parochial League.
How's he doing for the City Rocks, Francis? Any word on Malik Zachery? Whose decision is it in what age group a player is placed? Thanks.m
Mika did well with the City Rocks on the 16u level. Won several MVP's at various tourneys and such. Probably should've been on their 17u EYBL squad this year, but I assume since they were guard heavy this year with a bunch of upperclassmen that they decided to keep him with his age group. Team directors/coaches make the decision on what age group the players will be placed in.
MAW, Ice Stew, Joey G, and Buddy B.
CJ @Syracuse_Bills Jul 31
Ludden's Mika Adams-Woods went OFF yesterday playing in One-N-Done tourney against College players, 46 POINTS, he's going to blow up next y
The roster of invitees to Syracuse's Elite camp is constantly changing with some prospects unable to attend at the last minute, while others come on board late.
Some of the top-rated recruits expected to be in attendance include:
Mika Adams-Woods. The Bishop Ludden guard is one of several local products who will be in the camp.
Prized 2017 point guard Quade Green to visit Syracuse this weekend (PS: Waters)
MAW in '18 more likely now?
Can Mika Adams-Woods beat Doug Smith's 25 year-old all time leading scoring mark at Bishop Ludden? That is the big question. Doug was a fantastic high school player.
Good to hear -- hope he becomes a top priority for the staff, and that this steers him our way in 2018 [please don't reclassify, Mika--we need backcourt help!]
He will reclassify. It's just a matter of if he decides to enroll in college in 2018 or go prep.
Ludden is loaded. Jai Smith is one of the top three 8th graders in the country.
Which is it? If he enrolls in college in 2018, he's a 2018. If he goes the prep school route, he becomes a 2019.
Any info on him, haven't heard much about him.
From what I gather he's a 6'7" 14 year old Syracuse native 8th grader. He played AAU ball for a North Carolina team in 6th grade, 12 years old where he was ranked the #1 national prospect at 6'3. I didn't know that they even ranked kids in 6th grade. Coach Donnelly , Ludden's coach said that he is already a force on defense but raw offensively with huge potential. He currently comes off the bench on varsity but that may very well change during the year.
Below is an article the summer of 2015:
VIDEO: Sixth grader Jai Smith is already dunking with ease
Here's an article from less than a week ago.
Bishop Ludden picks up where it left off with Liverpool, winning again at OCC
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