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Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

3/6

 

All Inclusive Illinois,N.W. Indiana & Southern Wisconsin Top 150 Class 2025

This is the  2025 class list and this is the beginning stages. There are many kids who deserve to be on this list but I haven’t seen them thus far, there are also several prospects who could be a little higher on the list or a little lower but this is an early stage for the class. Jrhoopselite will be in constant contact this fall & Winter. The list is designed for promotion of our youth and designed to motivate kids, there are a lot of kids at this level that I have not seen yet and I will not include on the list until I have actually seen them play. I will be out at various tournaments and school games through out the  winter. Again I want kids to understand that you are preparing yourself for down the line, continue to work and get better,  Again if your name is not on the list it maybe an oversight or I have not have seen you play in person. Feel free to give me a call or text sometimes I omit a kids name while in the process of moving them up or down on list by mistake. Again I will say, use for motivation and keep working. Kids get better at different stages. If you are playing somewhere and want me to come check you out feel free to text or DM me. I’m out 5 of 7 days looking at kids all over. Again I do not put a kid on the list until I have seen them.

Thanks & God Bless

Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

3/1/2019

Ewell Clinton Jr.
Jeremiah Fears
Yaris Irby
Noah Gorman
Elijah Lovemore

 

  1. Jeremiah Fears/ Ewell Clinton
  2. Damian Porter Jr.
  3. Yaris Irby
  4. Elijah Griffith
  5. Elijah Embry
  6. Aleksander Ryan Alston
  7. Tim Winkler
  8. Christian Cummings
  9. Damajay Richardson
  10. Tai Coleman
  11. Elijah Lovemore
  12. Marciano Johnson
  13. Makai Kwame
  14. Noah Gorman
  15. Achilles Anderson
  16. Bryce Heard
  17. Emerson Big
  18. Keshaun Vival
  19. Isaiah Robinson
  20. Lorenzo Shields
  21. Emmanuel Moseley
  22. Chris Thomas
  23. Isaiah Pickens
  24. Armon Augustus
  25. EJ Breland
  26. Amari Edwards
  27. Jaydon Watts
  28. Khalil Jones
  29. Dominique Murphy
  30. Marlo Moore
  31. Mikai Harris
  32. Kendall Richmond
  33. Cameron Thomas
  34. Dontae Bell
  35. Jamarion Bardwell
  36. Taven Brunson
  37. Cal Mckay
  38. Levarus Grayer
  39. Joshua Smith
  40. Joshua Pettigrew
  41. Travis Murray
  42. Terrion Benson
  43. Davion Teague
  44. Caleb Burgins
  45. Darien Green
  46. Donovan Starr
  47. Kristain Flowers
  48. Ian Miletic
  49. Taven Brunson
  50. Michael Zaleski
  51. Jaylin White
  52. Lashaun Stowers
  53. David Johnson
  54. Tynell Walker
  55. Sammy Toomer
  56. Malichi Nelson
  57. Ramsey Momon
  58. Rashad Wilson Jr.
  59. Larry Brown
  60. Sabastian Mesa
  61. Milli’on Riley
  62. Kelvion Brown
  63. Tristian Saunders
  64. Lazar Nozinic
  65. Shawn Mason
  66. Jamal Carson
  67. Terry Ricks
  68. Daniel Green
  69. Carlos Lemond
  70. Marcus Bond
  71. Erick Hughes
  72. Kendall Wilson
  73. D’Monte Meeks
  74. Jory Crocker
  75. Ryan Jackson
  76. Fernando Rodriguez
  77. Marcus Jackson II
  78. Cornell Peterson
  79. Marco Gonzales
  80. Willie Stephens
  81. Brian Sercy Jr.
  82. David Riverton
  83. Kelly Williams
  84. Keshaun Smith
  85. Drayton Williams
  86. Kijohnna Brown
  87. James Watson
  88. Carlton Brownfield
  89. Booby Watson
  90. Alex Marshall
  91. Morris Alexander
  92. Phillip Mark
  93. George Collins
  94. Austin Lathrop
  95. Frank May
  96. Shawn Wilson
  97. Tavares Spencer
  98. Daniel Jervier
  99. Kendell Webb
  100. Charles Howe
  101. Kenton Brown
  102. Dennis Small
  103. Torrence Small
  104. Ricky Peters
  105. Lamont Hinton
  106. Marcus Bell
  107. Thomas Swartz
  108. Phil Johnson
  109. Malik Wilson
  110. Parker Towns
  111. Alphonso Homes
  112. Keshaun Williams
  113. Michael Page
  114. Julius Penny
  115. Da Marcus Jordan
  116. Erick Millison
  117. Khalil Person
  118. Michael Thompson’
  119. Phillip Hall
  120. Marcus Bell
  121. Naveah Hawkins
  122. Julius Smith
  123. Antwon Thomas
  124. Justin Goins
  125. Mitchell Rucker
  126. Laurence Smith
  127. Michale Jagileski
  128. Isaac Curtis
  129. James Balston
  130. Colter Walters
  131. Craig Lentz
  132. Heberto Ramirez
  133. Bobby Morton
  134. Xavier Marshall
  135. Tony Shields
  136. Joel Tunnat
  137. Kenneth Sullivan
  138. David Walton
  139. Jesus Torres
  140. Jason Polowski
  141. Ricky Young
  142. Franky Tillman
  143. Charles Thornton
  144. Chris Johnson
  145. William Bell
  146. Juan Ramirez
  147. Micheal Spellman
  148. Justin Robinson Jr.
  149. Clarence Houston
  150. Thomas Small

All Inclusive Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin Class Of 2024 Top 150

2024 Class Rankings There are many kids who deserve to be on this list but I haven’t seen them lately or haven’t seen them thus far, there are also several prospects who could be a little higher on the list or a little lower but this is an early stage for the class. Jrhoopselite will be in constant contact this Spring and Summer. The list is designed for promotion of our youth and designed to motivate kids, there are a lot of kids at this level that I have not seen yet and I will not include on the list until I have actually seen them play. I will be out at various tournaments through out the summer. Again I want kids to understand that you are preparing yourself for down the line, continue to work and get better,  Again if your name is not on the list it maybe an oversight or I have not have seen you in person. Feel Free to contact me.

Thanks,

Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

3/2

Mike Jones
James Brown

 

  1. Tayshawn Bridges
  2. Nazir Beamon
  3. Mike Jones
  4. Sean Brown
  5. Dehvion Johnson
  6. James Brown
  7. Elijah Salmon
  8. Adrian Martinez-Jones
  9. Antione Glasper
  10. Matthew King
  11. Carlos Harris Jr.
  12. Jarvis McNeal
  13. Nazir Duncan
  14. Quentin Demus
  15. Kelvin Iverson
  16. Qauvion Hoover
  17. Joseph White
  18. Germaine Benson
  19. Bryant Hendrick-Carter
  20. Andre Blakeney
  21. Demario Eddins Jr.
  22. Nehemiah Folkes
  23. Christian Brockett
  24. Mason Minor
  25. Davione Doty
  26. Jett Jones
  27. Gianni Cobb
  28. Dorien Beatty
  29. Tyshun Moore
  30. Markeise Williams
  31. Jashon Liggett
  32. Lavaryous Spann
  33. Drake Washington
  34. Lamonte Cross
  35. Askia Bullie
  36. Willie Williams Jr.
  37. Jehvion Starwood
  38. Carson Brownfield
  39. Damon Davis
  40. Grayson Young
  41. Oscar Johnson
  42. Mekhi Austin
  43. Jalen Falcon
  44. Lil Fred Garner
  45. Antione Thomas Jr.
  46. Damion Bolden
  47. Malachi Johnson
  48. Javon Tolliver
  49. Landon Rivers
  50. Peter Chambers
  51. Brandon Watson
  52. Joshua Pickett
  53. Dewayne Brooks jr.
  54. Tre Dowdell
  55. Oscar Towne
  56. Elijah Harris
  57. Dekwon Brown
  58. Avian Abrams
  59. James Carr
  60. Tristian Ford
  61. Dominick Hobbs
  62. Antione Thomas
  63. Christian Pruit
  64. Doodie Samuels
  65. Rico Jackson
  66. Kyrien Childs
  67. Maurice Carswell
  68. Emerson Davis
  69. Parker Sulaver
  70. Terrence Roebuck
  71. Antwon Jones
  72. Mario Parker
  73. Michael Robinson
  74. Davion Wright
  75. Justin Brown
  76. Justin White
  77. George Wolfpack
  78. Marvin Stephens
  79.  Graham Lathan
  80. Jayle Carswell
  81. Garrett Smith
  82. James Ty
  83. Sam Gray
  84. Dennis Watson
  85. Darshaun Thomas
  86. Khalil Washington
  87. Payton Kamin
  88. Demari Jordan
  89. Graham Lathan
  90. David Cundiff
  91. Greg Williams
  92. Angel Cintron
  93. Jackson Labkon
  94. Ulise Cardenas
  95. James Graham
  96. Caleb Greer
  97. Khalil Parker
  98. Sincere Cooley
  99. Trevor Curington
  100. Jaydon Wright
  101. Dupree Cooper
  102. Justin Holmes
  103. TJ Lee
  104. Lee Marks Jr.
  105. Levi Goad
  106. Julius Johnson
  107. Keyonte Thompson
  108. Brandale Steward
  109. Phillip Young
  110. Douglass Strong
  111. Richard Robinson
  112. Victor Green
  113. Johnnie Dumont
  114. Derrick Smith Jr.
  115. Herberto Fuentes
  116. Jeremiah Johnson
  117. Enoch Gibson
  118. Collin Cawley
  119. Jesus Rodriquez
  120. Talik Walls
  121. Millenci Fanucchi
  122. Harold Mooney Jr.
  123. Marcus Roberts
  124. Quincy Hudson
  125. Prentice Johnson
  126. Alex Gutarra
  127. Ben Jacobs
  128. Thomas Copperwood
  129.  James Flores
  130. Malcolm Hall
  131. Malachi Davis
  132. Deashawn Murray
  133. Khalil Williams
  134. Greg Trenton
  135. Phil Sobowloski
  136. Trevor Currington
  137. Kenneth Walters
  138. Joshua Pierce
  139. Brad Fowler
  140. Marcus Grant
  141. Peter Lawson
  142. Greg Williams
  143. Julius Gage
  144. Richard Watson
  145. Brian Glenn
  146. Carlton Hill
  147. Alex Guetierrez
  148. Quentin Drowning
  149. Keshawn Davidson
  150. Yusef Downing
  151. Chasson Carter-Webb

All inclusive Illinois, N.W.I and Southern Wisconsin

2023 Top 250 Class Rankings

There are many kids who deserve to be on this list but I haven’t seen them lately so I may have taken them off until I see them again or there are players I havent seen in person so far, there are also several prospects who could be a little higher on the list or a little lower but I will wait to change because of the reasons stated above. Jrhoopselite will be in gyms all winter ans spring. The list is designed for promotion of our youth and designed to motivate kids. Again I want kids to understand that you are preparing yourself for down the line, continue to work and get better,  Again if your name is not on the list it maybe an oversight or I have not have seen you in person. There are over 600 kids in 8th grade database so far, some kids I may have taken off list until I know better where to put them and a few others I may need the correct spelling, those will go up daily for next week or so, feel free to give me a call or text sometimes I omit a kids name while in the process of moving them up or down on list by mistake. Again I will say use for motivation and keep working kids get better at different stages. I have had numerous Division 1 kids play for me who were on no ones radar at this stage keep getting better.

                            

Thanks,

Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

3/3

Javonte Taylor

 

Tavonte Jackson
  1. Javonte Taylor
  2. Tevonta Jackson
  3. Dalen Davis/ Jalen Griffith
  4. Marcus Piagram
  5. Ashton Williamson
  6. Davious Loury
  7. Jamie Hodges
  8. Taylor Smith
  9. Mike Davis Jr.
  10. Darrin Ames Jr.
  11. Darrion Baker
  12. Raeshom Harris
  13. Jaloni Johnson
  14. Jeremy Harrington
  15. Cordy Johnson Jr.
  16. Samuel Lewis
  17. Jeremy Fears
  18. Kylan Boswell
  19. DaMahrion Wyatt
  20. Keon Alexander
  21. Prentice Young
  22. Jabian Acosta
  23. Cameron Christie
  24. Jowan Villuella
  25. Bryce Tillery
  26. Kaiden Space
  27. Donovan Younger
  28. Darrell Island
  29. Mehki Cooper
  30. Lierre Collier
  31. Jerl Allen
  32. Ray Maurchie
  33. Terrell Craig
  34. Bryce Coleman
  35. Josh Oraegbu
  36. Yarell Greer
  37. Xavier Sulaiman
  38. Marquez Kelsor
  39. Diamonte Meeks
  40. Michael Ratcliff
  41. Collin Wainscott
  42. Kamarion Cobb
  43. Ahmere Carson
  44. Emmett O’Shaugnessy
  45. Grant Vievesis
  46. Simeon Murchinson
  47. Richard Barron
  48. Maurice Thomas
  49. Jeremiah Pickens
  50. Bryce Shoto
  51. Hunter Duncan
  52. Darrion Towns
  53. Katrell Weekley
  54. Emory Marshall
  55. Damarjay Binion
  56. Shawneek Brown
  57. Solomon Mosley
  58. Vijay Wallace
  59. Taj Brunson
  60. Damahrion Morris
  61. Dauntrell Dixon
  62. Aarion Bagley
  63. Jeremy Bennett
  64. Israel Hines
  65. Ray Austin
  66. Armani Ivy
  67. Ben Lothery
  68. Mehki Lowery
  69. Xavier Nesbitt
  70. Donovan Collins
  71. Payton Pitts
  72. De Andre Almore
  73. Brennan Horton-Lee
  74. Ja’Khorian Jones
  75. Tramell Green
  76. Ivan Haggard Jr
  77. Isaiah Giles
  78. Ben King
  79. Zack DeLuca
  80. Kros Barrett
  81. Isaiah Torres
  82. Troy Cicero Jr.
  83. Peter McShane
  84. Andrew Kelley
  85. Elias Alexander
  86. Ethan Brooks
  87. Sherod Dent Jr.
  88. Joe Spaccapaniccia
  89. Jeremiah Beasley
  90. Malcolm Thompson
  91. James Stevenson
  92. Evan Jackson
  93. Jordan Gibson
  94. J’veon Bardwell
  95. Bryan Diaz
  96. George Waterbee
  97. Immanuel Golden
  98. Austin Robinson
  99. Robert Showalter
  100. Marcus Williams
  101. Isaiah Hall
  102. Alex Lopez
  103. Kendall Taggart
  104. Luke Pettway
  105. Jacquez Adams
  106. Jaren Jackson
  107. Korbin Gann
  108. Richard Jackson
  109. Brock Zellinger
  110. Lavarius Bracey
  111. Jason Oboye
  112. Akeem Crivens
  113. Tyler Royal
  114. Jamar Jackson
  115. Jaden Small
  116. Aminu Habib
  117. Jeremiah Roberts
  118. Myan Whitfield
  119. Latravion Watts
  120. Anthony Davis
  121. Jacobi Moore
  122. Mario Rimmer
  123. Marquil Mcbride
  124. Marrion Wells
  125. Jordan Croegaert
  126. Marcus Thompson
  127. Cameron Chandler
  128. Tyler Christian
  129. Michael Doss
  130. Dirk Nickson
  131. Shawn Pearson
  132. Quinton Hunter
  133. Julius Caldwell
  134. Elijah Nelson
  135. Julius Hawkins
  136. Wilson Tolsom
  137. Collin Wilson
  138. Austin Wilson
  139. Clinton Pearson
  140. Morgan Nelson
  141. Kenyon Grant
  142. Phillip Mckay
  143. Tayshaun Howard
  144. Torey Johnson
  145. Sam Notre
  146. Jason Glass
  147. Julio Morales
  148. Quetin Brewster
  149. Lonnie Rhodes
  150.  Lamont Young
  151. Torrence Hope
  152. Justin Hall
  153. Jesus Gonzales
  154. Zaire Baker
  155. Dirk Nickson
  156. Nick Kessler
  157. Morton Holmes
  158. William Newson
  159. Thomas Small
  160. Joseph Banks
  161. Lonnie Wilson
  162. Will O’shields
  163. Caden Cline
  164. Quentin Walton
  165. Tristian Walters
  166. Marcus Dotson
  167. Jamal Hosuton
  168. Norris Flemming
  169. Samuel Hill
  170. Freddie Rose
  171. George Waterbee
  172. Patrick Turner
  173. Stewart Jones
  174. Kenneth Smith
  175. Tom Bruenelli
  176. Joseph Wood
  177. Thom Burr
  178. Julio Rodriguez
  179. Martin Pope
  180. Earnest Miller
  181. Kristian Patterson
  182. Justin Homes
  183. Malcolm Johnson
  184. Ellis Parks
  185. Nelson Williams
  186. Broderick Potts
  187. Marcus Patton
  188. Jason Jagielski
  189. Malcolm Bridges
  190. Richard Flower
  191. Manuel Huerta
  192. Zachery Strong
  193. James Kinton
  194. Greg Walls
  195. Troy Bell
  196. Robert Wallace
  197. Frederick Pruit
  198. Lance Walker
  199. Mike Trotter Jr.
  200. Vince Petrelli
  201. Timothy Hartman
  202. Curt Wilkerson
  203. Brandon Harvey
  204. Catrell Watson
  205. William Hayes
  206. Vance Malloy
  207. Michael Roberson
  208. Derrick Robinson
  209. Paul Motrolis
  210. Xavier Morales
  211. Austin Goodman
  212. Payton Williams
  213. Donnell Irving
  214. Simeon Dobbs
  215. Marcus Porter
  216. Zach Jones
  217. Joshua Thompson
  218. Isaiah Young
  219. Terry Clark
  220. Freddy Marshall
  221. Isaac Ferguson
  222. Quincy Dumas
  223. D’Ante Collins
  224. Lawrence Stalls
  225. Carlos Thigpen
  226. Joshua Thomas
  227. Adam Walker
  228. Khalil Person
  229. Antwan Looney
  230. Malik Carter
  231. Joseph Smith
  232. Rodney Wislom
  233. Julio Molares
  234. Quincy Douby
  235. Juan Rodriqueaz
  236. William Polowski
  237. James martin
  238. Kejuan Peoples
  239. Tyshawn Johnson
  240. Kelvin Grenshaw
  241. Thomas Austin
  242. Phillip Bell
  243. Laquan Walton
  244. Frederick Lewis
  245. Phil Moses
  246. Travis Walker
  247. Carlton Washington
  248. Eugene Ford
  249. Payton Wallace
  250. Julian Love

February Stock Risers

Darrell Island

Darrell Island 2023- Talk about a kid coming in on a mission and displaying his talent quickly. WoW!!! young fella put on a show showing that no one in the gym could keep him from getting where he wanted on the floor, young fella had defenders sliding all over the floor with his hesitation dribble and quick crossover. Many people had never heard of Darrell before the event this year. Now My phone is ringing off the hook from coaches including several of the heavy hitters. Talk about a kids stock rising, this is a perfect example as Darrell Island is sure to make a big big jump in our updated class rankings being released starting 3/1.

Raeshom Harris

Raeshom Harris 2023- I don’t know what it is but young fella is definitely becoming one of our favorites, he has done nothing but put in work all winter and at the Top Prospect Showcase he showed he is one of most competitive and fearless players in the class. Young fella has showed steady improvement over the past year, expanding his game to the wing, then creating better off the bounce, then stretching the floor with the 3 ball and now he play above the rim. Whoa!!!!! one coach ” If I could have any player here, It would be him.”

Mike Jones Jr.

Mike Jones Jr 2024- Young Fella came to the showcase and did nothing but turn heads, he showed elite athleticism at the rim, the ability to defend quicker guards, play above the rim and score off the bounce. Make no mistake about it young fella name will be moving up in our updated rankings as a players who skill and talent is catching up with his size quickly. Every coach in the gym said same thing. ‘ Rick You Know Who He Remind Us Of!!!” I said yep no need to even mention it. Mike Jones stock is definitely on the rise.

Marvin Stephens

Marvin Stephens 2024- Here is a kid who came in and played with a lot of energy and intensity, small in stature but big in heart young fella showed he can play, Having been his first chance to play against many of the elite and in a showcase environment fir the first time young fella also showed poise. look for Marvin to make his debut in the class rankings in our update later this week.

Promising Prospect #34

” He Makes It Look Easy!!!”

Tavonta Jackson

Tavonta ” Tae ” Jackson  remember the name is a long 6/2 combo guard that can do just about everything imaginable on the court, I’ve witnessed young fella beat teams by himself that were stacked from top too bottom and he willed his teammates to victory, I’ve seen young fella spoon feeding teammates with no looks like high D1 kids, I’ve watched young fella be box and 1 and all kind of trick defenses and  still manage to score 20 in a half and lead his team to victory, all while Making It Look Too Easy!!!! Young Fella is taller than most players this grade and many have put him on the wing or down low at times in his young career, but I look at young fella and see some Penny Hardaway and Tracy Mcgrady in him, a big guard who can facilitate, make plays for others and shoot the mid-range over the smaller guards. Young Fella is the type of player that some will say “he doesn’t  play hard enough, I say naw ” He Makes It Look Too Easy!!” Yes There are things he can work on like defensive principals and on ball defense but what 8th grade doesn’t  have things to work on. I know what  he does have, a skill set. Yep!! catch the ball at half court line two dribble, right spin off defender pull-up at elbow Swish!, catch in corner defender runs out, wrap around dribble, another two defenders step up he splits both  then goes up on defender and slaps board for Bucket Gotcha!!, has the little guard on his hip walks him to free-throw line and raises up!!! ” Attention Attention. ” We Have Prospect!!!” Living in Central Illinois not as many people are up on young fella yet but believe me they will be, I’ve been around this game a while and young fella is possibly the best prospect coming out of middle school in Springfield since Larry Austin( D1 College Player) and you can bet all the high school coaches are salivating at the thought of him playing in their program. Young Fella is 1 of 3 players in the class I would want the ball in their hands with game on the line in the class. Tae!! is one of those dudes!!! He is fearless and has been competing against the best for years an We at Jr Hoops Elite have young fella as our number #2 Rated Prospect Class Of 2023. We look forward to seeing young fella compete Feb 23rd @ The Top Prospect Showcase where many of the best players in the Midwest will be in attendance. We would like to acknowledge young fella as our Promising Prospect #34 ” He Makes It Look Easy!!!”

 

Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

2/12

All Inclusive Illinois,N.W. Indiana & Southern Wisconsin Top 125 Class 2025

This is the initial 2025 class list and this is the beginning stages. There are many kids who deserve to be on this list but I haven’t seen them thus far, there are also several prospects who could be a little higher on the list or a little lower but this is an early stage for the class. Jrhoopselite will be in constant contact this fall & Winter. The list is designed for promotion of our youth and designed to motivate kids, there are a lot of kids at this level that I have not seen yet and I will not include on the list until I have actually seen them play. I will be out at various tournaments and school games through out the  winter. Again I want kids to understand that you are preparing yourself for down the line, continue to work and get better,  Again if your name is not on the list it maybe an oversight or I have not have seen you play in person. Feel free to give me a call or text sometimes I omit a kids name while in the process of moving them up or down on list by mistake. Again I will say, use for motivation and keep working. Kids get better at different stages. If you are playing somewhere and want me to come check you out feel free to text or DM me. I’m out 6 of 7 days looking at kids all over. Again I do not put a kid on the list until I have seen them.

Thanks & God Bless

Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

1/7/2019

Next Update   2/25

Ewell Clinton Jr.
Damian Porter Jr.
Noah Gorman
Tai Coleman

 

  1. Jeremiah Fears
  2. Ewell Clinton
  3. Damian Porter Jr.
  4. Elijah Griffith
  5. Christian Cummings
  6. Elijah Embry
  7. Yaris Irby
  8. Aleksander Ryan Alston
  9. Damajay Richardson
  10. Tai Coleman
  11. Marciano Johnosn
  12. Makai Kwame
  13. Keshaun Vaval
  14. Noah Gorman
  15. Jaiquan Holeman
  16. Demareay Davis
  17. Emmanuel Moseley
  18. Dontae Bell
  19. Kendall Richmond
  20. EJ Breland
  21. Elijah Lovemore
  22. Tim Winkler
  23. Chris Thomas
  24. Jaydon Watts
  25. Khalil Jones
  26. Lorenzo Shields
  27. Isaiah Pickens
  28. Amari Edwards
  29. Dominique Murphy
  30. Armon Augustus
  31. Marlo Moore
  32. Cal Mckay
  33. Levarus Grayer
  34. Joshua Smith
  35. Joshua Pettigrew
  36. Terrion Benson
  37. Davion Teague
  38. Caleb Burgins
  39. Kelvion Brown
  40. Kristian Flowers
  41. Mikai Harris
  42. Donovan Starr
  43. Ramsey Mormon
  44. Ian Miletic
  45. Taven Brunson
  46. Michael Zaleski
  47. Jaylin White
  48. Lashaun Stowers
  49. David Johnson
  50. Sammy Toomer
  51. Malichi Nelson
  52. Sabastian Mesa
  53. Milli’on Riley
  54. Tristian Saunders
  55. Jornell Carpententer
  56. Shawn Mason
  57. Jamal Carson
  58. Terry Ricks
  59. Carlos Lemond
  60. Marcus Bond
  61. Erick Hughes
  62. Kendall Wilson
  63. D’Monte Meeks
  64. Ryan Jackson
  65. Fernando Rodriguez
  66. Marcus Jackson II
  67. Cornell Peterson
  68. Marco Gonzales
  69. Willie Stephens
  70. Brian Sercy Jr.
  71. David Riverton
  72. Kelly Williams
  73. Keshaun Smith
  74. Rashad Wilson Jr.
  75. Kijohnna Brown
  76. James Watson
  77. Booby Watson
  78. Alex Marshall
  79. Morris Alexander
  80. Phillip Mark
  81. George Collins
  82. Austin Lathrop
  83. Frank May
  84. Shawn Wilson
  85. Tavares Spencer
  86. Daniel Jervier
  87. Kendell Webb
  88. Charles Howe
  89. Kenton Brown
  90. Dennis Small
  91. Torrence Small
  92. Ricky Peters
  93. Lamont Hinton
  94. Marcus Bell
  95. Thomas Swartz
  96. Phil Johnson
  97. Malik Wilson
  98. Parker Towns
  99. Alphonso Homes
  100. Keshaun Williams
  101. Michael Page
  102. Julius Penny
  103. Da Marcus Jordan
  104. Erick Millison
  105. Khalil Person
  106. Michael Thompson’
  107. Phillip Hall
  108. Marcus Bell
  109. Julius Smith
  110. Antwon Thomas
  111. Justin Goins
  112. Mitchell Ruckerlaurence Smith
  113. Michale Jagileski
  114. Isaac Curtis
  115. James Balston
  116. Colter Walters
  117. Craig Lentz
  118. Heberto Ramirez
  119. Bobby Morton
  120. Xavier Marshall
  121. Tony Shields
  122. Jason Polowski
  123. Ricky Young
  124. Franky Tillman
  125. Charles Thornton
  126. Chris Johnson

Players Who Will Be Moving Up Or Added To Updated Rankings               

2024 Twon Jones

2024 Caleb Greer

2024 Marco Watson

2023 Demar Jenkins

2025 Lorenzo Shields

2023 Antwon Johnson

2024 Terrence Roebuck

2025 Terry Ricks

2024 Deontae Miller

2023 Greyson Pullman

2024 Pierre Washington

All Inclusive Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin Class Of 2024 Top 125

2024 Class Rankings There are many kids who deserve to be on this list but I haven’t seen them lately or haven’t seen them thus far, there are also several prospects who could be a little higher on the list or a little lower but this is an early stage for the class. Jrhoopselite will be in constant contact this Spring and Summer. The list is designed for promotion of our youth and designed to motivate kids, there are a lot of kids at this level that I have not seen yet and I will not include on the list until I have actually seen them play. I will be out at various tournaments through out the summer. Again I want kids to understand that you are preparing yourself for down the line, continue to work and get better,  Again if your name is not on the list it maybe an oversight or I have not have seen you in person. Feel Free to contact me.

Thanks,

Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

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Nazir Beamon
Tayshawn Bridges
Carlos Harris  Jr.
Antoine Glasper
  1. Tayshawn Bridges
  2. Nazir Beamon
  3. Sean Brown
  4. Matthew King
  5. Carlos Harris Jr
  6. Dehvion Johnson
  7. Nazir Duncan
  8. Quentin Demas
  9. Jarvis Mcneal
  10. Kevin Iverson
  11. Quavion Hoover
  12. Adrian Martinez-Jones
  13. Mike Jones
  14. Nehemiah Folkes
  15. Antione Glasper
  16. Tyshun Moore
  17. Jett Jones
  18. James Brown
  19. Gianni Cobb
  20. Lamonte Cross
  21. Christian Brockett
  22. Davione Doty
  23. R. J. McKinney
  24. Dorien Beatty
  25. Bryant Hendrick- Carter
  26. Willie Williams Jr.
  27. Markeise Williams
  28. Oscar Johnson
  29. Jashon Liggett
  30. Mason Minor
  31. Demario Eddins Jr.
  32. Jalen Falcon
  33. Germaine Benson
  34. Dekwon Brown
  35. Askia Bullie
  36. Jehvion Starwood
  37. Carson Brownfield
  38. Damon Davis
  39. Grayson Young
  40. Kyrien Childs
  41. Drake Washington
  42. Mekhi Austin
  43. Antione Thomas Jr.
  44. Damion Bolden
  45. Landon Rivers
  46. Peter Chambers
  47. Brandon Watson
  48. Joshua Pickett
  49. Dewayne Brooks jr.
  50. Tre Dowdell
  51. Oscar Towne
  52. Elijah Harris
  53. James Carr
  54. Fred Garner
  55. Tristian Ford
  56. Dominick Hobbs
  57. Christian Pruit
  58. Doodie Samuels
  59. James Ty
  60. Rico Jackson
  61. James Wilson
  62. Emerson Davis
  63. Parker Sulaver
  64. Michael Robinson
  65. Justin Brown
  66. George Wolfpack
  67. Jaylen Carswell
  68. Levi Goad
  69. Garrett Smith
  70. Sam Gray
  71. Dennis Watson
  72. Darshaun Thomas
  73. Khalil Washington
  74. Demari Jordan
  75. Graham Lathan
  76. David Cundiff
  77. Justin White
  78. Greg Williams
  79. Angel Cintron
  80. Jackson Labkon
  81. Ulise Cardenas
  82. James Graham
  83. Khalil Parker
  84. Sincere Cooley
  85. Trevor Curington
  86. Jaydon Wright
  87. Dupree Cooper
  88. Justin Holmes
  89. TJ Lee
  90. Lee Marks Jr.
  91. Julius Johnson
  92. Keyonte Thompson
  93. Brandale Steward
  94. Phillip Young
  95. Richard Robinson
  96. Victor Green
  97. Johnnie Dumont
  98. Derrick Smith Jr.
  99. Herberto Fuentes
  100. Jeremiah Johnson
  101. Enoch Gibson
  102. Collin Cawley
  103. Jesus Rodriquez
  104. Talik Walls
  105. Millenci Fanucchi
  106. Harold Mooney Jr.
  107. Marcus Roberts
  108. Quincy Hudson
  109. Prentice Johnson
  110. Alex Gutarra
  111. Ben Jacobs
  112. Thomas Copperwood
  113.  James Flores
  114. Malcolm Hall
  115. Malachi Davis
  116. Deashawn Murray
  117. Khalil Williams
  118. Greg Trenton
  119. Phil Sobowloski
  120. Kenneth Walters
  121. Joshua Pierce
  122. Brad Fowler
  123. Marcus Grant
  124. Keshawn Davidson
  125. Yusef Downing
  126. Chasson Carter-Webb

Players Who Will Be Moving Up Or Added To Updated Rankings               

2024 Twon Jones

2023 Demar Jenkins

2025 Lorenzo Shields

2024 Terrence Roebuck

2025 Terry Ricks

 

Star Of The Week 

Jeremiah Fears

Jeremiah Fears 2025- Playing as the only 6th grader in tournament, young fella was spectacular scoring 14 in his opening game hitting 4- 3 point shots from long range then followed that up by scoring 33 in the Semi’s and 27 points in the Championship over a States Top 10 team, who bolds a roster of talented players including Top 15 player in class of 2023 Jeremy Harrington. The thing is there have been plenty of kids who play up a year and contribute, but young fella plays up two years and shows no signs of fear or hesitation when he plays, talk about ” heart” he has that special want to in his game. Game winning shot or up twenty makes no difference he letting it go with the confidence that ” He belongs” and boy did he prove that this past weekend, in a playoff like atmosphere with the whole community looking on, rivals of the same city playing for bragging rights. It was the youngest player in the gym who shined the brightest as Hufford Middle School shocked the State beating Powerhouse Troy Middle School in the game of David vs Goliath. Lil Jeremiah Fears cemented his name and legend as he averaged 30 in the final 4 in a game that people will be talking about for the ages. Yep Jeremiah Fears our current number 3 player in the class looks to move up in the updated rankings when they are released stay tuned.

Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

 

Jr Hoops Elite Would like To Congratulate USA Invitees Who Are Former Standouts Who Were Noticed Here At An Early Age. Below Is what we said before anyone ever had them on the big stage.

 

 Patrick Baldwin Jr. The Current Number 1 Player In The Nation(ESPN)

Promising Prospect # 29

“Next Level”

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When I see a player like this he makes me shake my head and say “WOW!!!” I’ve been around many players, high level college and N.B.A. whom I’ve seen when they were in Middle School  and it’s hard to remember one being as polished at this stage as young Patrick Baldwin Jr. Here is a 6ft 5 plus wing that has incredible talent. He does so many things that college players are doing now. I’ve witnessed young fella play in the mid-post like a pro, reverse pivot step back off the glass bucket!!! MJ STYLE, curl the screen, catch and shoot from 24ft. swish!!! looking like Klay Thompson. bringing the ball up the court on smaller defender he gets to his spot and raises over the player like “he’s a chair in a drill !!! Shaun Livingston, All I can think is this kid is so far ahead of everybody in his class with his skill set and understanding of the game he’s Next Level!!! When you look at Patrick it’s easy for me  to imagine him putting up impressive stats in College at a high level in a few years. He is the one kid who has the size that equates to the position(sg/sf) he projects in College right now. While young fella has all the tools and skills, there are some who will mistake his skill set and poise and say he needs to get that “so called dog in him” too them I say “you are confused the kids usually being called the dog are more often than not the ones whose skill set is just that high motor, high energy, grit and grime”. It’s crazy how that is so misinterpreted. I tell people all the time ” you want the kid with the skill and game !!!” all that, he is a dog and plays hard-nose wears off quickly after middle school. Young Fella is “The Truth!!!” He has a sweet stroke and if there are 2 better shooters in his class I haven’t seen them, I’ve watched games where he knocked down 3 of 4 or 4 of 5 like they were free-throws and with his size and high release, it’s like the defenders were helpless. The thing that also impresses me about young fella is he is such a quality kid, he never comes off as the ” I’m a superstar kid” He is all about his teammates and he is always looking for ways to improve, spending countless hours in the gym. Add to that he is an honor roll student and does community service and you have one well rounded young man. Hey High School coach be ready to move somebody over, you have a 4 year starting wing coming in the door day 1 no need to play around he will be ready. Patrick Baldwin Jr. is JrhoopsElite #1 rated prospect in 2021 class, and we would like to acknowledge him as our Promising Prospect “Next Level”  The Top Prospect Showcase is Feb 25th and we look forward to watching many of the top players in the Midwest.

Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

 

Khalil Whitney – Another Kid who when we mentioned early in middle school people laughed and said he hasn’t played anywhere, Yep Well just as we suspected the young kid from the 60624, has evolved just like we thought A top 5 player in The Country( ESPN)and still has that same humble and hungry attitude. Congrats To one of the originals Jr Hoops Elite Prospects. We Love Ya Kid and Congratulations.

WHAT AN UPSIDE!!!

                                       Promising Prospect # 12

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Khalil Whitney

Sometimes you see a kid and say “boy oh boy If I had him”. Well there is one kid walking around the Chicago’s Westside and he keeps me making that statement. His name is Khalil Whitney he is the 6/4 wing whom just recently graduated from Gregory Elementary. I have known Khalil and seen him play for more than 3 years. I have witnessed his progression through hard work and effort. Young fella is also one of the highest character kids you will find at his age and takes nothing for granted. I’ve witnessed Khalil dominate games going coast to coast and dunking over his opponents showing things on the floor that make your jaw drop, I’ve witnessed him struggle in games trying to show his versatility, but what surprises me the most is that he is the same kid no matter how he played. He shows a maturity that is well beyond his years and he is very humble. Here is a kid who is progressively getting better by leaps and bounds, he is also a gym rat and wants to learn. His size and athleticism already equate to someone high major colleges will be all over in the next few years. Not many kids combine the size, strength, athletic ability, will to get better and the genetic pool that Khalil possesses. When someone says a kid has Upside this is what they are talking about. Imagine him in a few years with a few more inches” “That’s Scary”, if that happens watch-out. Young fella has steadily been climbing the rankings ever since they were released last winter. Khalil Whitney is currently Jrhoopselite # 4 prospect of 2019 and he has the Upside and Potential to be the best when it’s all said and done. We look forward to seeing Khalil at the faboulus freshmen showcase Aug. 15th and monitoring him through-out high school career as we are formulating player profiles this coming spring for college coaches. Khalil Whitney “boy oh boy” WHAT AN UPSIDE!!!!!! You are Promising Prospect # 12.

Thanks,

Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

1/24/16

Adam Miller ESPN Top 20 player In The Nation, Was first Noticed Here And Proclaimed Best Player In The State Here As a 7th entering 8th grader from a small town in Central Illinois. People said we were crazy. Well it doesn’t seem that way now. Congrats on The USA Camp Invite. One Of Jr Hoops Elites Personal Favorites As We Knew He Had That Something In him.

Promising Prospect # 21

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ADAM MILLER

“A STAR IS RISING”

There is a young player who is making quite a statement with his game over the past year and many need to get used to hearing how promising of a prospect young fella is. Adam Miller is showing that he clearly has established himself an elite prospect and seems to constantly be getting better and better A STAR IS RISING!!!!. This silky smooth guard has that “IT FACTOR” about him. He is the kid who takes the challenge of wanting to get better each and every time he steps on the court. A few months ago Adam came to the Top Prospect Showcase and put on a show, showing every imaginable skill and intangible. He was completely unstoppable and left JrhoopsElite prospect the class of 2020. Since then young fella has done nothing to dispel that, in fact he is creating more of a separation. A couple of weekends ago I witnessed young fella playing 15U with the Mac Irvin Fire at NY2LA and he played well, then this past weekend I watched young fella playing at the Toi Baylor tournament in Romeoville and not only did I watch young fella playing up in age play well, I saw him actually taking over for stretches in close games. His team down 1 in second half he nails a long three, then makes a steal and feeds the ultra- athletic combo guard Markeese Jacobs for a layup, on defense he grabs a long rebound, dribbles up court in which he splits defenders and riffles a no look cross court pass to big Spence Boeheim for a lay-in, then follows that up with a basket in traffic. Yep!!  just like that an 8 point lead and the game never got any closer. I’ve been around a lot of young players and there is just something about young Adam that says special!! He lives in Peoria, Illinois and many in the State were not aware of just how good he is. That’s probably a good thing, he didn’t get all the attention early and it seems to have kept him hungry and even more determined. Being from the Central part of the State there are many players who do not get as much attention as some of the Chicagoland Area. Having said that young fella is making a case for JrhoopsElite to get down that way more often. Adam has represented himself quite well in all fashions. Having sat down and talked with young fella a couple of times he one class young man, who is humble and appreciative of everything he seems to take  nothing for granted A STAR IS RISING!!!. I look forward to watching young Adam for years to come and would like to acknowledge him as a Promising Prospect.

Thanks,

Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

Andre Casey Jr. Congrats To Our Number 1 rated player this past graduating class, Here Is what we said about him as a 7th grader, A respectful young kid who we think the world of and root for.

” A Problem Causer “

Andre Casey Jr.

Somebody is walking around the Chicagoland Area, that is getting better and better by leaps and bounds. Drop Step BasketMid-Range Jump Shot Basket, On the break watch ya head a Power Dunk Basket, beat your man off the dribble Block Shot Against The Glass, uh oh young fella is  “A Problem Causer” here is a kid  whom people thought would be good in a few years just last year. Well everybody young fella  is ahead of the curve and becoming dominant right now. While I tell people the little guards are always better at an very early age, they have the ball in their hands, they dribble in the basement and hone ball handling skills early, they are quicker at understanding their bodies they look more fluent and polished. The bigs do not have all the early luxuries, but boy do they have all the potential and upside. Introducing Andre Casey Jr a player who has taken his game from a support player who can protect the rim into a feature player who shows all the skills of a future All- State and Division 1 player. I witnessed young fella a couple of weeks ago score 20 plus several games in a row, showing explosiveness to the rim and knocking down the perimeter shot, then this past weekend in the Championship Game at Chicago Jam-Fest I witnessed young fella score 27 being physical and finishing through contact at the rim and consistently knocking down contested jump-shots under pressure in leading his team to the victory and earning MVP. Young Fella is impressive and what makes things even scarier is that “AJ” upside and potential are starting to surface, he is not done growing and still getting use to his body, along with getting better his game and skills are getting smoother. Young Fella is now taking one step and dunking it like kids 4 years his superior, add the fact that young fella is  a great kid whom has always been respectable, polite and very coach-able and you now have the formula for something down the line that’s definitely “Problem Causer” While Jrhoopselite has Andre Casey Jr. as our #2 rated prospect in the class of 2022 he is one of several who has a chance to be special down the line and a kid whom I get 5-10 calls per week inquiring about. We would like to acknowledge Andre Casey Jr. As our Promising Prospect #31 ” A Problem Causer”

Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

5/15/17

 

Aug. Stock Risers

” Them Dudes”

Ashton Williamson, Jamie Hodges, Tevonta Jackson

Those 3 kids- Definitely Stood out and showed they are among the elite in the class, all received votes for Top Prospect Showcase MVP. These players have a skill set and the talent that makes them prospects to keep a close eye on for sure and all will be in our updated Top 10 no doubt about it. Ashton is the lean combo guard that we first saw as back-up role player a couple of years ago and we said ” Coach He Is The One!!, What you Doing?” my oh my has he blossomed into an ultra elusive, slicing and dicing big guard who can see the floor, finish in traffic and make just about any offensive play needed at this level and would be one of the Top 5 kids in the class I would start my team with, Jamie is the hard to guard pg, who makes it look so easy at times and reminds us of a young ” Sherron Collins” one of  Ricky Moore’s favorite and former McDonalds All-American and National Champ and Tevonta Jackson is one of those ultra smooth big guard/wing forward that puts you in the mind of a young Tracy McGrady at this level, he does whatever he wants and makes it look sooooo easy at times. These Young Men Are Definitely Some Players and The Future Looks Bright!!!

Kylan Boswell

Kylan Boswell 2023- You tell me young fella wasn’t here to make a statement. I’ll say “YOU A LIE!!!” from the onset Kylan Boswell was at the Top Prospect Showcase to show he belonged in the conversation with the elite in the class and boy did he do that leaving as All Showcase First Team, young fella showed the ability to knock the jump-shot down from deep, (which we had known he could do as we were in attendance when he knocked down game winner in sectional championship earlier this year) create off the dribble and  get in the paint whenever he wanted and as he always does he showed the ability to change speeds and keep his defender off balance and score with crafty shots. What we did not know was that young fella has that edge about him, Yep he has the competitors spirit where he wants to win and compete at everything he is fearless. While some others were ducking on defense and not trying to get crossed over or scored on young fella was on his man and in his man every-time and if he got scored on ” so what!!! he excepted the challenge everytime!!!” Currently our 29th rated player in the class, that’s surely to go up in our updated rankings being released in 2 weeks. Do me a favor and when mentioning elite guards in the class ” Do Not Forget The Kid From Central Illinois!!!!!! “

 

Kamarion Cobb

Kamarion Cobb 2023- Yes sirrrrrr!! I see another one of those kids who make me say “I want Him!!!” KJ as known to many is a player who plays at a different speed than most, he is a highly active wing who can get where he wants virtually on any defender, young fella was scoring at will for his team in a couple of games I watched. While we can see that most would be using young fella as a force down low because of his superior athleticism, current size, will power and over all dominance in the paint area. We see young fella as promising power slashing big guard, who can give opposing defenses nightmares. Young Fella scored in bunches at the Top Prospect Showcase in route to earning All-Showcase First Team, but what makes us so excited is we see the potential of  what young fella can be. We will be keeping a close tab on KJ and young fella will be making his debut in the updated rankings rather high when they are released in 2 weeks as young fella is one of our Stock Risers.

Over the past two weekends JrHoopsElite has seen many prospects in tournaments and we hosted our Annual Twice A Year ” Top Prospect Showcase” and boy was it fun, we saw a lot of talent from the Young Player Showcase- Fabulous Fresh/ Super Sophs, We would like to Thank everyone involved.

“Game Recognize Game”

Lamont Hamilton 2026

Lamont Hamilton 2026- Yes Indeed!!!! make no mistake about it, we have one of those young prospects who we figure to be talking about for years to come. The attacking pg who is virtually unstoppable at getting where he wants on the court Lamont Hamilton AKA ” Doodie” is a problem for opposing teams, We watched young fella shred teams last weekend in route to leading his team to the Jr Hoops Elite Nationals as he was M.V.P. of the 10U division. Young Fella showed every skill imaginable, he knocked the outside shot down a few times, he was slicing and dicing his way to the basket and spoon feeding his teammates, he showing the ability to lead, his vision and awareness was off the charts for his age as he was making length of the floor passes that kids 3 years his superior have a hard time making or even seeing for that matter and ” Nooooooobody Could Stay In Front Of Him Of The Dribble” Beware Racine Wisconsin Got “One Of Them Dudes”. Our class 2026 rankings do not come out until next year and as we see it right now young fella is right up there with the elite in the Midwest in his class no doubt about it. Young Fella plays with a swagger and a very competitive edge we look forward too monitoring ” Doodie for years to come, we also look forward to seeing young fella at the Young Player Showcase Aug 11th. where many of the talented players in the Midwest will be in attendance, I know young fella licking his chops right now.

Thanks,

Ricky Moore 773 383-0972

7/11/2018

                                            Jr Hoops Elite 2018 Nationals Champions

Midwest United All Stars 14U

 

Team Manimals 13U

 

Illinois Ice 11U

 

Butler Elite 11U

 
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