DALLAS, Texas - Future North Carolina point guard Joel Berry finished up a good weekend at the Nike EYBL with one last strong performance on Sunday.
Joel Berry is a top notch floor general.
In an E1T1 win over All Ohio Red, Berry exerted his controlling influence over the game while scoring 20 points, grabbing six rebounds and dishing out six assists.
A physical and quick guard who likes to take his game to the rim, Berry should thrive in Roy Williams' attacking system.
SUNDAY RECRUITING NOTES
Martin Geben (2014, Team Takeover) - A sturdy 6-9 power forward, Geben saw his recruitment take off when coaches saw him play two weekends ago. He followed up that strong performance in Virginia with a strong performance this weekend in Dallas. Geben controls space, has a feel for the game, has good hands and has ouch inside the arc.
Dayton and George Washington are recruiting him the hardest, but he also has offers from Villanova, Virginia, Maryland, Notre Dame, Xavier, Temple and George Mason.
Jalen Lindsey (2014, Southern Stampede) - A strong straight ahead athlete, Lindsey has been attacking the basket with vengeance off the dribble. He is also a smart paler who is improving as a shooter.
Providence is doing everything they can to lure Lindsey to the northeast where he has family ties. Florida and Tennessee are also recruiting him heavily. Duke hasn't offered but has recently begun talking with Lindsey.
Looking forward to taking some visits after the summer, Lindsey has Duke, North Carolina, Florida and Kentucky on his visitation wish list.
Allonzo Trier (2014, Athletes First) - A 6-4 shooting guard who is still growing, Trier has the attention of Big 12 schools and others.
Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Wichita State have offered. Baylor, Kansas and UConn are showing interest. Trier feels that Baylor and Kansas are close to offering, and he plans to visit Kansas in the near future.
Cheick Diallo (2015, Team Scan) - One of the top big men in his class, Diallo breaks stereotypes and also passes one of the meanest outlets on the circuit.
According to his coach Eriic Jaklitsch, Diallo has offers from Pittsburgh, Syracuse, St. John's, Arizona, Florida, Kansas, Louisville, Villanova, UConn, Iowa State, Providence, Miami, Oregon, Texas and UNLV. Heavy interest coming from Kentucky, Ohio State and Indiana.
Bennie Boatwright (2015, California Supreme) - At 6-8 and with a smooth shooting stroke, Boatwright is quite the intriguing prospect.
Having already unofficially visited Connecticut, Boatwright listed offers from Arizona, North Carolina State, UCLA, Gonzaga, Washington, Connecticut, California and Oregon State.
D.J. Hogg (2015, Texas Titans) - Like Boatwright, Hogg is a smooth shooter with length at a healthy 6-6.
He named Arizona, Texas A&M and SMU as the schools recruiting him the hardest while he also has offers from TCU, Houston and Notre Dame. Texas is showing serious interest and wants him to unofficially visit soon.