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2013-2014 SEC Basketball Preview

November 22, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

Can Kentucky's super freshman cl   More »

Rasul already building his legacy as a sophomore

October 1, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

Miami (FL) is booming right now with football pride the University of Miami finds themself back in the Top 25 and has a victory over rival Florida on their resume, plus the Miami Dolphins are (3-1) following their first loss on Monday Night Football last night to the New Orleans Saints. Another rea   More »

King following Canadian pipeline to states

August 27, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

Tyronn King is another in the long line of Canadian hoop stars coming to the U.S. The 6’1 170 lbs. PG prospect says “It would be great to play at the college level with my fellow Canadian highflyer Jamar Ergas, we’ve been playing together for a number of years now and know each oth   More »

Booth-Lloyd looking for a school with small classes

August 19, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

Freddie Booth-Lloyd can play on both sides of the ball, but it seems most schools want him on the defensive side of the ball as a DT. At 6’2 and 315 lbs. the Cocoa (FL) HS star already has the size and says “I’ll be making my commitment in the middle of my season.”   More »

Hornsby ready for challenge of SEC

July 24, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

Keith Hornsby had a pretty impressive stay at UNC-Asheville, but now the talented SG who played at the famed Oak Hill Academy (VA) is headed to LSU. At LSU Hornsby will team up with big man Johnny O’ Bryant and set up man Anthony Hickey.   More »

Robinson opening eyes in Florida

July 18, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

The latest of many expected scholarship offers to come for Gerald Robinson, Jr. came from the University of Kentucky. Robinson, a 5’10” corner back from Champagnat Catholic (FL) received his offer from UK at a recent June camp in Lexington. Robinson seemed to impress the UK staff early o   More »

2013 SEC Football Preview

July 9, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

The Southeastern Conference has won the last 7 national championships, and Alabama who is loaded once again has won the past 2. Can the Crimson Tide make it a 3-peat? Or can South Carolina finally breakthrough under Steve Spurrier? Don't forget that stingy Florida D.   More »

Knox high on UCLA

July 3, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

Demetrius Knox gets to block and pave the way for Louisville RB commit Daniel Gresham at Ft. Worth (TX) All Saints Episopal. Knox is also recognized as one of the top OL throughout the country and says “I’d love to play with Daniel (Gresham), Jerrod Heard, KD Cannon, Jamal Adams, and/or    More »

Louisiana sophomore Mykel Jones already standing out

June 21, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

It’s still in the early stages of Mykel Jones recruitment but the Patterson (LA) HS WR who stands at 6’0 180 lbs. is already building a impressive list.   More »

Francois one of 2016's early stars

May 22, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

You don’t hear of very many bright young football prospects simply because it takes a while for them to prepare their bodies, etc. One young man who is already hearing from some of the biggest schools in the nation is Khevani Francois.   More »

Sports Xpress Recruiting Xclusive: Anthony Gardner

January 29, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

Not everyone signing on National Signing Day will be a high school senior, but many players in next years group of fresh faces across the college football landscape will come from the JUCO route. Anthony Gardner is one of those young men.   More »

Sports Xpress Recruiting Xclusive: Chase Litton

January 28, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite

One thing you’ll quickly notice when scouting or looking at Chase Litton is his 6’6 frame. Litton’s height can be seen as a positive which allows him to see over his offensive linemen and out stretched hands of defensive linemen looking to bat down his passes.   More »