CBS MaxPreps Top 25 Preseason Basketball – Early Contenders:High Point Christian Academy among the mix

Posted by Press Release on November 5, 2015 at 10:31 am under High School | Read the First Comment

Check out the word on High Point Christian Academy, they are in the mix, among the top boys high school basketball teams in the nation, by way of MaxPreps.com….
http://t.maxpreps.com/1HaO8Ux

The Super Heavyweights

Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.)
Advanced Prep International (Dallas)
Montverde Academy (Fla.)
Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, Calif.)
Chaminade (St. Louis)
Garfield (Seattle)
Chino Hills (Calif.)
Huntington St. Joseph Prep (Huntington, W.Va.)
Oldsmar Christian (Fla.)
La Lumiere (LaPorte, Ind.)
Roman Catholic (Philadelphia)
Word of God Christian Academy (Raleigh, N.C.)
DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.)

Don’t Count Out

Roselle Catholic (N.J.)
St. Anthony (Jersey City, N.J.)
Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.)
Sunrise Christian Academy (Bel Aire, Kan.)
Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.)
Neumann-Goretti (Philadelphia)

Dark Horses

Apple Valley (Minn.)
High Point Christian Academy (N.C.)
The Patrick School (Elizabeth, N.J.)
Atascocita (Humble, Texas)
J.O. Johnson (Huntsville, Ala.)
Quality Education Academy (Winston-Salem, N.C.)

HPCA:
High Point Christian Academy (N.C.)
Full preview Nov. 21
Head coach: Brandon Clifford
2014-15 record: 19-14
Star watch: Edrice “Bam” Adebayo (6-9, 250, Sr., PF/C)
Breakdown: Watch out if the integration of Adebayo goes well. “Bam” averaged over 32 points and 20 rebounds per game as a junior at tiny Northside (Pinetown, N.C.) before making the jump to HPCA over the summer. Amidou Bamba (6-7, 235, Sr., PF), Ty Graves (5-11, 175, Sr., PG) and Ben Robertson (6-5, 195, Sr., SG) give Clifford three other Division I-bound talents in the senior class.

CLICK HERE for a look at all of the teams in the poll and some video too….


  • High School Sports said,

    Looks like local private schools such as High Point Christian and Wesleyan are out recruiting in all sports now- especially the big 3. Football, basketball and baseball. Turning into a sports academy. Wesleyan has the soccer program in place of HPCA football program dominance. Then again maybe that’s the best route for high school athletes now if they can afford the tuition , so they can be seen and play on a national stage. Them and Wesleyan seem to be getting a lot of kids in college and playing at the next level. Is Oak Hill playing High Point Christian or Wesleyan this year in basketball?