Eastern Guilford-NEG analysis from the East Metro Ball Club

Posted by Andy Durham on December 16, 2009 at 11:30 am under High School, Photos | 2 Comments to Read

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Eastern Guilford and Northeast Guilford split wins in the basketball games played this season. Eastern won the first game played at Northeast and Northeast won the second game played at Eastern. Eastern is led by Senior Tre Radcliff and sensational sophomore Brandon Hairston. Northeast won by contributions from multiple players. Seniors Michael Griffin and Darius White were both key in their win.

Sophomore Bandon Hairston is quietly putting up big numbers for Eastern Guilford. He is virtually unknown outside of Gibsonville. But his fans know how good he is and they expect big numbers everytime he steps on the court. He is not not ranked by any of the national recruiting sites such as Rivals.com, Scout.com, ESPN.com and Hoopscooponline.com. He would likly be a top five 2012 player in North Carolina and a top one hundred player nationally in the class of 2012 if he were ranked.

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  • Reason said,

    There are a couple of reasons Brandon is under the radar.

    1. He is not from around this area.
    2. His play (my opinion) was masked as a freshman a. all plays ran through Quayshad and b. He was a freshman and still pretty new to the area.
    3. Played AAU as a rising freshman
    4. Did not play AAU last year. So his name is not on the circuit.
    5. Definitley not the least.. Brandon worked tirelessly this Summer (mostly on his own) on his body, skills, and mental mind set.

    6. The whole Eastern Guilford Cast are playing great basketball.

    keep going hard

    A person in the know

  • BBallFan said,

    Agreed…Brandon as returned to EG as a sophomore ready to play ball. His has developed both physically and mentally this year. What was missing his whole freshman year was his mentality to take over the game and be a leader. The talent was always there. If it wasn’t, he wouldn’t have been a freshman starting on a Varsity team. EG has a great team this year and a lot of secret weapons.