31 Flo40 Prospects Expected To Ball During The 2017 Nike EYBL 17U Season

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People constantly seek to catch the hidden gem during the spring circuits, the overlooked player who will soon rise out of nowhere to stardom. It's a growing trend to make sure no prospect slips through the cracks, and it's bound to happen once again.

However, there's a steady group that needs no further introduction. There are 31 Flo40 prospects from the 2018 and 2019 classes primed to make noise during the 2017 Nike Elite Youth Basketball League starting this weekend at Session One in Hampton, VA.

HOW TO WATCH:

Nike EYBL Session 1 17U & 16U (Hampton, VA)
When: Friday, April 21 - Sunday, April 23.
On TV: Now Available on Roku & Apple TV 4 via the FloSports App
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Streaming: Available only on FloHoops.com for FloPRO Subscribers. SIGN UP HERE

So although there are new players expected to emerge in a big-time way, these are already some household names to watch moving forward:

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2018 Flo40 Prospects (17 Total)


No. 1 Marvin Bagley III (Nike Phamily)



No. 4 Cameron Reddish (Team Final)



No. 7 Simisola Shittu (CIA Bounce)



No. 9 Darius Garland (Bradley Beal Elite)



No. 11 Emmitt Williams (E1T1)



No. 16 Keldon Johnson (Boo Williams)



No. 17 Bol Bol (Cal Supreme)



No. 18 Gerald Liddell (RM5 Elite)



No. 19 Tre Jones (Howard Pulley)



No. 20 Shareef O'Neal (Cal Supreme)

No. 23 Jontay Porter (MOKAN Elite)



No. 24 Carte'Are Gordon (MOKAN Elite)

No. 29 Ayo Dosunmu (Mac Irvin Fire)

No. 30 Jalen Smith (Team Takeover)

No. 33 Kamaka Hepa (Portland Basketball Club)

No. 35 Jaylen Hoard (Team CP3)


No. 39 Jairus Hamilton (Georgia Stars)



2019 Flo40 Prospects (14 total)


No. 1 RJ Barrett (UPlay Canada)



No. 2 Vernon Carey (Nike Team Florida)

No. 5 Balsa Koprivica (Nike Team Florida)

No. 6 DJ Jeffries (Team Penny)

No. 11 James Wiseman (Bradley Beal Elite)

No. 13 Trendon Watford (Nike Team Florida)


No. 19 Andrew Nembhard (UPlay Canada)



No. 21 Keion Brooks (Spiece Indy Heat)

No. 22 Tyger Campbell (Spiece Indy Heat)



No. 25 P.J. Fuller (Seattle Rotary)



No. 28 Francis Okoro (Bradley Beal Elite)

No. 31 Bryce Wills (New York Rens)


No. 34 Tyrese Maxey (RM5 Elite)



No. 38 Malcolm Dandridge (Team Penny)


Travel Tracker: Indiana's Focus On Flo40 Top 10 Duo For Hoosier Hysteria

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With just a small handful of weeks remaining until the early signing period, it is coming down to the wire for some top-tier programs as they try to lure and lock in needed prospects for 2018. That’s why this weekend is set up to be a great final impression for some of the best players in the country.

Flo40 No. 15 Emmitt Williams Arrested On Serious Charges In Florida

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One of the nation’s top prospects is facing serious charges in Florida and is expected to appear in court on Wednesday, according to multiple reports.

FloHoops Live Schedule: The Can't-Miss Prep Events Of The 2017-18 Season

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Packed with the top prep prospects and events in the country, FloHoops is set to return for the 2017-18 high school basketball season bigger and better than ever. With a slate of 16 top-tier prep events already on tap, this is a journey no hoops fan will want to miss.

College Commitment Tracker: October 9-15

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With so much attention on Kentucky hosting its annual Big Blue Madness event and several top-tier prospects, perhaps some of the other recruiting buzz got overlooked this weekend. There was plenty to keep track of, too.

Hoophall West Uncovers Powerhouse 2017 Lineup

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With four Flo40 prospects and three teams coming off DICK'S Nationals bids, the American Family Insurance returns to FloHoops this season with another powerful prep lineup that could potentially shake up the top 25 rankings.

2018 Flo40 No. 28 Devon Dotson Picks Kansas

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Devon Dotson stood inside the Providence Day (NC) gym on Friday ready to end his recruitment.

Travel Tracker: All Eyes On Kentucky's Big Blue Madness

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If anyone thought another quiet visitor weekend was in store, guess again. There are some programs with big-time targets in town, and then Kentucky is a completely different story.

College Commitment Tracker: October 2-9

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Having a lighter weekend of official visitors didn't seem to slow the commitment rate down one bit. In fact, the past few days have been steady and rather significant for some of the top programs in the country.

The Official Darius Garland Video Archives

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Whether it's pulling up for a jumper or heading straight to the rack, going right or left, it's hard to find anyone in the high school game with a more deadly hesitation dribble than Darius Garland. It's what makes the Brentwood Academy (TN) floor general so tough to stop. It's what makes him one of the best point guards in the country.

Travel Tracker: No. 9 Simi Shittu Captures Spotlight As Lone Flo40 Visitor

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Over the past few weekends, many of the nation's top players have traveled across the country on official visits looking for their ideal college destination. That changes this weekend, when the bulk of the nation's top recruits head to Colorado Springs for the USA Basketball men's junior national team minicamp in Colorado Spings, Colorado.