Getting To Know Brad Davison


Brad Davison is an elite student-athlete currently attending Maple Grove High School in Maple Grove, Minnesota. Currently unranked as a member of the class of 2017, that is set to change drastically as the 6’3 combo-guard averages 16.8 ppg on 55 FG%, 47 3PT%, 4.5 rpg, 3.5 apg, and 1.1 spg for Howard Pulley on the EYBL circuit, including a 37 point performance and near triple-double in an overtime win at Boo Williams. Best known for his shooting, feel, and competitiveness on the hardwood, Davison is also an excellent student with offers from Yale and Harvard and interest from Princeton and Stanford.

Read more

Lonnie Walker (17/Team Final) Highlights – EYBL Session 3

Endless Motor Sports was on site in Hampton to witness 2017 5 star shooting guard Lonnie Walker (Team Final/Reading HS) absolutely dominate EYBL session 3. The 6’5 wing averaged 16.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2 assists per game over the weekend, on an efficient 48.1% from the field. Walker displayed great shooting from behind the arch in catch and shoot opportunities, but it was his elite court vision and good handle that stood out, as Lonnie was able to penetrate the paint with change of direction moves and dropped several no-look dimes that created easy finishes for teammates.  See Below for highlights.

Amauri Hardy (17/The Family) Highlights – EYBL Session 3

Endless Motor Sports was on site in Hampton to witness 2017 ESPN 4 star combo-guard Amauri  Hardy (The Family/North Farmington HS) continue his stellar play on the AAU circuit for EYBL Session 3. The 6’3 combo-guard averaged 13 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game over the weekend, on an efficient 54% from the field and 43% from three. Hardy was able to score at all 3 levels, with midrange jumpers off the dribble, catch and shoot threes, floaters in the lane, and tough finishes over opposing bigs utilizing great body control. While doing most of his damage with his scoring, Amauri once again showed the ability to distribute in pick and roll sets, finding his bigs for easy layups on the roll.  See Below for highlights.

Donnie Tillman (17/OAK Soldiers) Highlights – EYBL Session 3 vs. Indy Heat

Endless Motor Sports was on hand to witness Donnie Tillman (17/Oakland Soldiers) continue his impressive spring on the EYBL Circuit in Hampton for session 3. The 6’7 combo forward had an impressive weekend, averaging 14.3 points, 7.3 rebounds, and a block per game on an efficient 56.4% from the field and helped the cause in 2 wins for Oakland Soldiers 17u.  As always, Donnie gave multiple efforts to come up with tough rebounds, but also displayed his handle and court vision in the open court by setting up teammates with no look passes and finishing in transition off the dribble. The successful spring has not gone without notice, as Donnie is now receiving interest from Duke and Cal.  See below for full highlights of Donnie.

Brandon Johns (18/Spiece Indy Heat) Highlights – EYBL Session 3 vs. Oakland Soldiers

Endless Motor Sports was on hand for EYBL session 3 in Hampton as 2018 wing Brandon Johns (East Lansing HS) continued to impress on the best AAU circuit in the country as a sophomore. Brandon averaged 9.3 points, 4.7 rebounds, 1.7 blocks,  and 1 steal per game over the weekend, on an efficient 52.8% from the field. The 6’8 wing showed the ability to knock down catch and shoot opportunities from 3, but it was the explosion while finishing at the rim that was most impressive. See Below for highlights of Brandon in EYBL Session 3.


Getting to Know EJ Williams


EJ Williams is an elite student-athlete currently attending Middletown HS in Middletown, Ohio. The 6-foot-10 center currently plays for the Kentucky Travelers (16U) on the EYBL circuit. A member of the class of 2018, Williams is ranked #103 per 247Sports composite. Best known for his size at 300 lbs, nice touch around the basket, and outlet passing on the hardwood, Williams is an excellent student with a 3.4 GPA while taking honors classes.

Read more

Getting to Know Race Thompson


Race Thompson is an elite student-athlete currently attending Robbinsdale Armstrong Senior High School in Plymouth, Minnesota. The 6-foot-7 forward is one of the most athletic ballers for the class of 2018 and is ranked #75 per Rivals 150. The son of Minnesota Gophers’ all-time leading rusher and a NFL first round pick Darrell Thompson, Race is playing for D1 Minnesota (16U) on the Adidas Gauntlet circuit where he is known for his vertical explosiveness, length, and open-floor ability on the hardwood.

Read more

An Introduction to Jordan Mitchell


Jordan Mitchell is an elite student-athlete currently attending Gahanna Lincoln in Gahanna, Ohio. Mitchell is one of the most highly touted freshman in the entire country, debuting at #22 in the Prep Insiders 2019 Top 25. The 6-foot-7 King James (15U) forward is already receiving heavy interest from several high major programs as he impresses with his combination of length, fluidity, and ball skills on the hardwood.

Read more

Getting to Know Nelly Cummings

Nelly Cummings 2

Nelly Cummings is an elite student-athlete currently attending Lincoln Park in Midland, PA. The 6’0 downhill scorer is one of the most gifted scorers in America, averaging 15.8 ppg on 46 FG% and 42 3PT%, and 4.1 apg for All Ohio Red on the EYBL circuit. A member of the class of 2017, Nelly is quickly catching the attention of high major coaches as he continues to pile up offers. Best known for attacking the rim, quickness, and getting out in transition on the hardwood, Cummings is an excellent student with an offer from Cornell and interest from Harvard, Princeton, and Stanford.

Read more

Getting to Know Simi Shittu

Simi 1

Simi Shittu is an elite student-athlete currently attending Montverde Academy in Montverde, Florida. The 6’9 forward is one of the most sought after players in the nation at any position, currently ranked the #4 player in the country for the class of 2018 per 247Sports. Simi has dominated the EYBL playing for CIA Bounce on the AAU circuit, averaging 16.6ppg, 7.1 rebounds, shooting 59%, while adding a block and a steal per game for good measure. Shittu has college coaches lined up for the explosive forward with elite court vision and the ability to handle the ball in transition at 6’9.

Read more