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Several Top 100 prospects set to make EYBL debut in Atlanta

05/10/2018, 5:30pm EDT
By D1 Circuit Staff

The third session of the 2018 NIKE EYBL tips off tomorrow, and there are several high-profile newcomers set to make their circuit debut.

Eight players in 247 sports Top 100 rankings are set to join the EYBL in Atlanta, highlighted by Christian Brown (247 No. 19) joining AOT and Balsa Koprivica (247 No. 11) joining the Georgia Stars.

Included in the crop of newcomers is is Zaire Wade, a combo guard from American Heritage (FL) and the son of NBA superstar Dwyane Wade. The 6-foot-2 sophomore is set to join head coach Steve Reece and Each 1 Teach 1 United (FL).

Josh Christopher (247 No. 11) is the most notable transfer, leaving The Truth to join the now-loaded Las Vegas Prospects (NV).

Check out the full list of EYBL newcomers below:

AOT Running Rebels (GA)

Lower Richland (SC) junior forward Christian Brown (247 No. 19)

All Ohio Red (OH)

Crestview (OH) junior forward Javin Etzler (move from Indy Heat)

Boo Williams (VA)

Huntington Prep (WV) junior forward Quin Slazinski (247 No. 199)
DeMatha (MD) junior guard Joshua Wallace
Oscar Smith (VA) junior forward Nyzaiah Chambers
Blue Ridge (VA) senior guard Sardaar Calhoun

E1T1 United (FL)

Oak Ridge (FL) junior guard Niven Glover (247 No. 189)
American Heritage (FL) sophomore guard Zaire Wade

Georgia Stars (GA)

Montverde (FL) junior forward Balsa Koprivica (247 No. 11)
Lincoln Academy (GA) junior guard Elias King (247 No. 71)
The Skill Factory (GA) junior guard Tony Johnson (247 No 289)
Lincoln Academy (GA) junior guard Mikale Stephens

Howard Pulley Panthers (MN)

Minneapolis North (MN) 8th-grader Trejuan Holloman
East Ridge (MN) freshman Kendall Brown

Las Vegas Prospects (NV)

Mayfair (CA) sophomore guard Josh Christopher (247 No. 11)*
Mayfair (CA) senior guard Caleb Christopher*
*move from The Truth

Mac Irvin Fire (IL)

Morgan Park (IL) sophomore guard Adam Miller (247 No. 25)*
Bogan (IL) junior guard Jordan Booker
*returning from injury

MOKAN ELITE (KS)

Sunrise Christian (KS) junior guard Grant Sherfield (247 No. 62)

Pro Skills (TX)

Dekaney (TX) sophomore guard Micah Peavy (247 No. 52)

Team Melo (MD)

Bishop McNamara (MD) junior forward Makhi Mitchell (247 No. 45)
Bishop McNamara (MD) junior forward Makhel Mitchell (247 No. 89)
Bishop O'Connell (MD) junior guard Ayan Teel 

Team WhyNot (CA)

Prolific Prep (CA) sophomore guard Nimari Burnett (247 No. 53)
Muir (CA) senior guard Hunter Woods

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