Thursday, November 20, 2014

Sunday, November 16, 2014

GTHING HAS PICK UP THERE TICKET THIS YEAR TO SEE SNOOP,THAT'S RIGHT SNOOP WILL BE IN THE BUILDING IN HAMPTON VA, TO PUT ON A SHOW, SO GO OUT IN GET YOUR TICKETS. SNOOP (DEJANE) JAMES THE 5'5 POINT GUARD FROM CONNECTICUT WHO DECIDED TO SIGN WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF HAMPTON ON WEDNESDAY TO SHOW OFF HER TALENT IN THE SOUTH IS ONE OF CONNECTICUT'S TOP HIGH SCHOOL AND AAU PLAYER FROM THAT AREA. HERE IS A BRIEF SUMMARY OF JAMES BIO FROM HER LONG TIME COACH REGGIE HATCHETT.


Dejane "Snoop" James signed her National Letter of Intent to attend Hampton University on Wednesday at Weaver High School in Hartford, CT. The 5'5" PG was #7 in the nation in assist per game last year. She finished her junior year averaging 19.8ppg, 8.9apg and 4spg. She led Weaver to an appearance in the state final which was her third straight year leading her team to a state final. Snoop says she chose Hampton over the other offers because they presented the best opportunity for her to exhibit her talent, the family environment they showed on her visit, and also because of the success the school has had in recent years.


Snoop gained national attention by participating with the boys AAU team "CBC" on the Basketball Spotlight Circuit. She was one of the first girls Mike Melton did a spotlight feature on. She has had a very successful AAU career with the national powerhouse iXCELL.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

NOW THAT SOME SCHOOL'S ARE CHOICE IN THE SOUTH JERSEY CAPE-ATLANTIC AREA, THERE WILL BE A LOT OF NEW FACE LIKE SKYLAR GLASS FOR INSTANCES.

SKYLAR GLASS (2016)

Gthing spoke to Glass Monday and informed us that she has transfer from Mainland Regional to Atlantic City High School, we ask her why the change, in she stated that right now Atlantic City was a better fit. Skylar said now she has the opportunity to be on a bigger stage since the Vikings play in the bigger group, which is Group 4 in Mainland is Group 3 Glass stated that she is ready for the challenge. When Gthingbasketball saw her at Spooky Nock this past summer we notice that she has good ball handling skills and loves to play uptempo using her speed in strength to get to the rack, so when the season starts check back with us in we will let you know how she is doing in the big Group 4 now.