RadarHoops International (RHI)

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RadarHoops is an international basketball scouting service. We are constantly on the lookout for top hoop talent, targeting the best from around the globe. While we focus primarily on Africa and parts of Europe, we have our eyes and ears open for great players anywhere and everywhere. Our subscription-based services give Coaches an in-depth look at players that aren't on any other scouting grid.

For our subscribers, we provide high-quality, timely, in-depth player evaluations; prospect contact information; immigration assistance; and, ongoing search support to bring the best talent to the best coaches.

Non-subscribers have access to bare-bones prospect information. For basic player profiles, click here. You can also view a sample of an RHI report here.

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Basketball Coaches—high school through the NBA—can depend on RHI to offer the most current, in-depth information on top young international talent. Benefits of an RHI Subscription include:

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What we do

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Some current RadarHoops prospects

“The Nigerian Man Child”

Azubuike photo“The Nigerian Man Child”—Udoka Azubuike—is making a lot noise in high school right now. He is the best center in his class in the United States. Azubuike has a huge upside: he is highly talented,very young but with a fully developed NBA body and ranked number 10 on The ESPN 100 for the class of 2016. I think by next season’s end, he is going to climb up in that ranking. He is very athletic and runs the floor like a horse. His go-to move is a jump hook off both hands. He is still learning how to play the post offensively. His work ethic is second to none. Azubuike plays way above the rim, dunks everything around the basket with contact, gets to the line a lot, pursues rebounds on both ends and rebounds out of his area. He is an exceptional shot blocker with great timing. By the time this kid gets out of high school, he will be someone to watch out for. Right now, he is way ahead of Greg Odom when Greg was in high school. Udoka Azubuik came through the Radarhoops program. Radarhoops brought him to the U.S. from Nigeria and placed him at Potters House Christian Academy in Florida. PHCA ended the 2013-14 season with a 28-2 record with the big fellow averaging 20 points, 11 rebounds and 4 blocks per game.

Click on these links to see Udoka’s highlights. Videos will open in a new browser window.




They Got Next

Below are a few of the talented young international basketball prospects RHI has placed in high schools recently. They are definitely contributing to their hoops programs.

They Got Next photoDavid Erebor
6’8” / 215lbs
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, Baltimore / Class of 2016

David appeared in 26 Varsity games as a freshman in the very competitive Baltimore Catholic League and the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association "A" Conference, As a freshman he averaged 9.1pts, 8.7rpg and 2.4bpg, In his first varsity game he landed his first career double double with 10 points, 13 rebounds and 5 blocks. He is a senior this year and he is having the best year of his high school carrier. He is averaging 24pts, 12rbs and 2blk per game this year. David got chased by a lot of high major and mid major colleges but David decided to go the Ivy league route by committing to attend Brown University this coming fall.

Isaac Bassey
6’11” / 220 lbs
Capitol Christian Academy, Largo, Maryland / Class of 2016

Bassey transfered from John Carroll to Capitol Christian for his senior year. He has had a decent year so far averaging 8pts 11rebounds and he has been getting looks from some mid and low major colleges. He he has been the key big on the team next season. He is a tough kid, runs the floor very well as a big, big time rebounder, uses his size very well to create space on both ends of the glass, an okay offensive player but a work in progress to become a truly offensive treat. He might be playing AAU summer ball in 2016 if his recruiting gets open up as a result of not getting the right school.

Tertsea photoMichael Tertsea
6’11” / 210 lbs
John Carroll High School, Bel Air, Maryland / Class of 2016

He is a versatile and very athletic big with a huge upside. He finished the very rigorous and tough Baltimore Catholic league and the MIAA conference strong with an average of 8ppg and 9rpg. He is very coachable and his coach Tony Martin told RHI that he will be a force for St. John’s come next season. Michael Has committed to play at Rhode Island University in the 2016.