City Of Palms Classic Reveals Amazing Star-Studded 2017 Lineup

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One of the country's greatest high school hoops events of all time is back for a 45th season, and it is bringing yet another star-studded lineup for the ages. Let's just say the 2017 Culligan City of Palms Classic is going to be epic, and all of it will be live on FloHoops this December.

Filled with several squads likely to be ranked in the preseason top 25, nearly 20 Flo40 prospects combined in 2018 and 2019, and so many more high-major players, the recently released field is going to make Suncoast Credit Union Arena in Fort Myers, FL, the hottest gym to be in the nation from December 18-23.

Last season was absolutely crazy, too, when Montverde Academy (FL) downed Memphis East (TN) in the championship game:

Which school is going follow Montverde as the next winner? Only time will tell, but take a look at the incredible lineup on tap.


Archbishop Molloy (NY)
Canterbury (FL)
Hudson Catholic (NJ)
Mater Dei (CA)
McEachern (GA)
Memphis East (TN)
Mountain Brook (AL)
Oak Ridge (FL)
Orlando Christian Prep (FL)
Ranney School (NJ)
Simeon (IL)
St. Augustine (CA)
University School (FL)
Webster Groves (MO)
Wesleyan Christian Academy (NC)


No. 4 Bol Bol (Mater Dei)
No. 11 Moses Brown (Archbishop Molloy)
No. 14 Jahvon Quinerly (Hudson Catholic, Arizona Commit)
No. 15 Emmitt Williams (Oak Ridge)
No. 17 Louis King (Hudson Catholic)
No. 19 Jaylen Hoard (Wesleyan Christian Academy, Wake Forest Commit)
No. 30 Taeshon Cherry (St. Augustine, USC Commit)
No. 39 Nassir Little (Orlando Christian Prep)


Drue Drinnon (University School), Spencer Freedman (Mater Dei, Harvard Commit), Carte'Are Gordon (Webster Groves, Saint Louis Commit), Talen Horton-Tucker (Simeon), Alex Lomax (Memphis East), Luther Muhammad (Hudson Catholic), Courtney Ramey (Webster Groves, Louisville Commit), Michael Wang (Mater Dei), Aaron Wiggins (Wesleyan Christian Academy, Maryland Commit)


No.1 Vernon Carey Jr. (University School)
No. 2 James Wiseman (Memphis East)
No. 4 Cole Anthony (Archbishop Molloy)
No. 8 Scottie Lewis (Ranney School)
No. 10 Trendon Watford (Mountain Brook)
No. 11 Bryan Antoine (Ranney School)
No. 19 Chandler Lawson (Memphis East)
No. 31 Isaac Okoro (McEachern)
No. 34 P.J. Fuller (Mater Dei)


Malcolm Dandridge (Memphis East), C.J. Walker (Orlando Christian Prep)


Scottie Barnes (University School, 2020)

SIGNATURE SERIES (Smaller Schools)

Corbin (KY)
Kaukauna (WI)
Mars (PA)
Thomaston Upton-Lee (GA)

SUNSHINE SERIES (Florida Schools)

Gulliver Prep
Miami Christian
Southwest Florida Christian School

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