Lamelo Ball is headed to High School to play with one of the best teams in the country and the stats of Ohio. Giving Lamelo a chance to finish high school having won a state title in Ohio and California, 2 JBA titles (assuming he plays next summer), and a shot at a National title if Spire Academy can go undefeated and win their state title this season. With several key prospects Lamelo and Lavar have positioned the youngest Ball brother to not only be the most famous of the group but to potentially be the most decorated and accomplished High School Athlete of all time. The Spire Academy coache further gives confirmation to what I’ve been saying all along and that is Lamelo Ball has a real chance to be the #1 pick in the NBA draft in 2020 when he stated “Lamelo has a real chance to be drafted #1 overall either this year or next maybe to Cleveland”. Could the Cavs get their next bright star that could yet again attract fans and a media circus to northeast Ohio? This will all be possible because of the team Lamelo Ball will be suiting up with this season, many naysayers believe Lamelo to have faced inferior competition and some “analysts” like Jeff Goodman have went as far to say “Lamelo Ball will be exposed going back to High School Basketball”. Joining this team and having the chance to face the sort of competition (like Dec. 3rd Vs. Cole Anthony of Oak Hill) that is sure to bring scouts attention, Lamelo and his teammates will have a chance to make a real name for themselves on NBA Draft boards.
- Mark “Rocket” Watts
Height/Weight: 6’2 175 LBS
More information: The number one player in the state of Ohio at the point guard position prior to Lamelo joining the team, and he will increase his scoring with the style and attention Lamelo shall bring every night. He is a legit NBA prospect that will be attending Michigan State next year and is looking to add a state and national title to his resume. Expect him to play a little more off Ball on offense while he guards the opposing teams point guard still.
- Isaiah Jackson
Height/Weight: 6’9 190 LBS
More Information: The best Power Forward in the state with D1 offers from Michigan State, Louisville, and Georgetown among others. With the addition of Lamelo Ball he may just get enough attention to warrant an offer from North Carolina, Duke, or Kentucky depending on his play.
- Robert Bobroczky
Height/Weight: 7’7 205 LBS
More Information: He is another player who could gain a lot more attention and praise once Lamelo joins the team. He doesn’t have a strong recruiting profile outside the fact he’s an astonishing 7’7. But with that height also comes extreme chances of injury making his draft prospects not as great as the two previous players.
With all of this being said it’s pretty obvious Lamelo Ball is going to help make this one of the best team’s we’ve seen in the state of Ohio since Lebron’s High School days, and maybe even the entire country. Expect nothing but winning and dominance from Lamelo Ball and his teammates as he will bring a pro like mentality to this ball club that they will feed off of. Ohio is taking now time embracing their newest star…
Thts love 😂🤞🏼💯 I love Ohio https://t.co/ho49pZw4qo— Melo (@MELOD1P) November 9, 2018