A Path To Hoop Success
Concerning Man Child Marvin Bagley The 13 Year Old Six-Eight Specimen
There’s someone Marvin Bagley and his family may want to get advice from and that’s coach Towns, whose son Karl Towns Jr. is a 6-11 incredibly skilled high school basketball standout, currently rank No.3 for class of 2014 according to ESPN. Recently, the 17 year old prodigy was ESPN’s No.1 rank 2015 player, before moving back up. Now a junior star, Towns attends St. Joseph high school in New Jersey. Last week, he surprised most people when he officially committed to Kentucky University under one-and-done coach John Calipari. Obviously, Towns is something special, even spectacular; he’s talented, smart and well-spoken. Congrats to the Towns family for their astonishing accomplishments.
Clark Francis Hoop Scoop
The next person we’d kindly consider is renowned journalist Clark Francis of Hoop Scoop, who has actually followed the younger and older age groups for decades. Francis will likely see Bagley tear down the rim at his 2013 summer camp, but if not Francis will still keep a close eye on Bagley for the fact Bagley is ranked No.2 for class of 2018 according to Hoop Scoop. Systematically, Hoop Scoop rankings help determine who the top incoming high school frehmen’s are similar to how Dave Telep identifies a certain number of student athletes entering college.
Dave Telep ESPN
Another individual Bagley should be mindful of is Dave Telep, Senior Scout of ESPN. Although, Telep isn’t a fan of middle school exposure, it’s his business to know about specific players on various levels. He doesn’t bother focusing on player’s, at least, until their tenth grade of high school. Basically Telep has to evaluate tens of thousands of high school player’s and come up with a fairly accurate top 100 ESPN ranking each year. However, if Bagley appears on that future list, he increases his chance of receiving a high major D1 college scholarship.
As far as the Bagley’s they are humble, patient and willing to put in work necessary for Marvin to be mentioned amongst the absolute best. As young Bagley completes seventh grade, we’ve connected the Bagley and Towns family with hopes Marvin has every possible opportunity for achieving his goals.
Please welcome 7th grade, Marvin Bagley from AZ, class of 2018. Watch his monstrous dunk!