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.

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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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Some current RadarHoops prospects

“The Nigerian Combo”

Charles and Precious photo“The Nigerian Combo”—Charles and Precious—are both making a lot of noise in high school basketball right now. Charles Bassey a five star recruit of St. Anthony Catholic high school in San Antonio is the No. 2 player in the class of 2019. The Nigerian born phenom attended several Radarhoops Top 50 basketball Camps in Nigeria before coming to the United States to further his carrier. Precious Achiuwa is the number 20 player on the ESPN top 100 in the 2019 class. Just like Charles, Precious was a Radarhoops Top 50 camper before making his way to the United States. He is the younger brother of another Radarhoops camper Godsgift Achiuwa who played at St. John's University in New York. They both recently dominated the Pangos All American Camp in California. Both prospects are hard workers and gym rats. You have to plead to them to get off the gym when they are working out. With these kind of attitude in the gym, Radarhoops would be expecting both kids to continue to dominate the class of 2019 going forward.

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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBDOIasrj0o

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-k2xv28Ae7E

http://www.espn.com/college-sports/basketball/recruiting/player/videos/_/id/217979/charles-bassey

http://www.espn.com/college-sports/basketball/recruiting/player/_/id/224174/precious-achiuwa

https://n.rivals.com/content/prospects/2019/charles-bassey-10551

https://n.rivals.com/content/prospects/2019/precious-achiuwa-181751

They Got Next

Below are a few of the talented young international basketball prospects RHI has placed in high schools recently. They are definitely impact players in their respective school programs.

They Got Next photoRodrigue Hugues
6’9” / 225lbs
Bismarck State College, Bismarck, North Dakota/ Freshman

Rodrigue just graduated from Aspire Academy in Arizona where he dominated as a power forward. Rodrigue is a physical specimen, already has an NBA body and trust me, he plays that way. He is 6'9" with long arms, very athletic, runs the floor very well, plays above the rim, dunks everything around the basket, good soft hands, can finish through contact, decent offensive footwork around the basket, can hit shots from within the elbow...working on his long range shooting, needs to be consistent, defensively he is well rounded, plays the pick and roll very well, can switch to defend a point guard, he is a shot blocker, changes a lot of shots, rebounds out of his area, great ball pursuit on the boards. Bismarck State is actually getting a high level D one player in Juco, if you are a D one college coach, I would advice you to follow Rodrigue freshman year at BSC.

Asuqwo photoAsuqwo Christopher Efretuei
6’11” / 220 lbs
First Love Christian Academy, Pittsburgh, PA / Class of 2017

Christopher has one thing that you can never teach, SIZE! he is long with good body frame, athletic, runs the floor tremendously well, typical big man who can play with his back to the basket, good offensive footwork, decent face up game as well, has a decent right and left hook shots with counters, plays above the rim with good hands, catches well and can finish through contacts, can be a little lazy sometimes due to fatigue but working really hard to get his endurance to where its needs to be, plays with an attitude, can stroke the elbow jumper but needs to be consistent, defensively, he is a beast, stands his ground on the post, has decent timing to block shots, good quick first and second jump to block shots, rebounds the ball very well on both ends, gets after rebounds but needs to do it more, A hard working kid who is very coachable and he is a sponge in absorbing information. A definite follow!.

Chukwu photoPrecious Chukwunonso Ikediashi
6’7” / 205 lbs
Hudson Catholic Regional High school, Jersey City, New Jersey / Class of 2018

Precious is a slasher with good size, he is athletic with good handles, changes direction very well, decent lateral quickness with the ball, quick first step, very versatile and cerebral for his size, can stroke it from long and mid range, good body control, gets in the lane, finishes very well through contacts, has a decent post up game, takes smaller defenders to the post and goes to the perimeter with bigger guys on him, Great work ethic, a gym rat, constantly working on his game, good on ball defender, can defend multiple positions, plays the passing lane very well, gets his hands on a lot of balls defensively, rebounds the ball very well on both ends, he is relentless in pursuit of rebounds, rebounds out of his area, a fine all around ball player that is making a lot of noise in the high school scene, Coaches, take note of this kid, he is going to blow up very soon.