Rick Bolus' High Potential® Basketball Recruiting Service, Inc.
 
Boys ~ February 2005 Edition
 

Metro Atlanta GA Roundup Report for 2004-2005
 
The Top Seniors

NAME

HEIGHT

CLASS

POS

SCHOOL

Top 11

Louis Williams

6-2

Sr.

G

Snellville South Gwinnett

Mike Mercer

6-4

Sr.

G

Snellville South Gwinnett

Octavious Spann

6-7

Sr.

F

College Park Banneker

Alade Aminu

6-9

Sr.

C-F

Stone Mountain Stephenson

Sharaud Curry

5-11

Sr.

PG

Marietta Wheeler

Rasheem Barrett

6-5

Sr.

F

Atlanta Marist

Rashad Chase

6-7

Sr.

F

Atlanta Mays

Jay Brown

6-7

Sr.

F

Griffin

Daniel Emerson

6-8

Sr.

C-F

Norcross

Marquis Wright

6-6

Sr.

F

Gainesville Johnson

Markel Humphrey

6-3

Sr.

G

Stockbridge

Top Sleeper

Kris Thomas

6-3

Sr.

G

Dunwoody

Second 11

Labrez Barber

5-10

Sr.

G

Decatur SW DeKalb

Emanuel Adadko

6-8

Sr.

C

Decatur Towers

DeAndre Coleman

6-7

Sr.

F

Stone Mountain Stephenson

Chad Wynn

7-0

Sr.

C

Marietta

Paul Williams

5-10

Sr.

G

Atlanta Westlake

Eduardo Bermudez

6-3

Sr.

G

Stockbridge Com. Christian

Chris Miller

6-6

Sr.

F

Stone Mountain Redan

J. P. Fielder

6-8

Sr.

F

Smyrna Campbell

Chris Walker

6-9

Sr.

C

Suwanee North Gwinnett

D'Andre Adams

5-8

Sr.

PG

Austell South Cobb

Justin Holland

6-0

Sr.

PG

Atlanta SW Christian Academy

Atlanta GA Top Underclassmen For 2004-2005

NAME

HEIGHT

CLASS

POS

SCHOOL

Top 5

Gani Lawal

6-8

So.

C-F

Riverdale

Javaris Crittendon

6-5

Jr.

G

Atlanta SW Christian Academy

An'Juan Wilderness

6-5

Jr.

SM

Dunwoody

Olu Ashaolu

6-7

Jr.

F

Stockbridge Com. Christian

Jerome Burney

6-9

Jr.

C-F

Atlanta Westlake

Top Sleeper

Tyrone Bramble

5-9

So.

PG

Stockbridge Com. Christian

Second 5

Avery Jukes

6-7

Jr.

F

Snellville South Gwinnett

Solomon Tat

6-4

Jr.

G

Stockbridge Com. Christian

Wesley Matthews

6-3

Jr.

SM

Austell South Cobb

Antoine Johnson

6-0

Jr.

G

Atlanta Westlake

Jontavious Rucker

6-2

Jr.

G

Avondale Estates Avondale


 

PREPHOOPS Note:   Rick Bolus player rankings are based on college potential and players can move up or down in rankings over a period of time.
 

2005 Ron Harrison