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Fox, Adebayo and Gabriel make Nike Hoop Summit roster

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Three members of John Calipari’s astounding 2016 recruiting class will represent Team USA at the Nike Hoop Summit.

The 2016 Hoop Summit will be played Saturday April 9th, 2016 at 12 pm in Portland’s Moda Center.

Here is a complete look at Team USA:

Edrice Adebayo F/C 6-9 / 225 18 High Point Christian H.S. / *Kentucky High Point, NC
Jarrett Allen F/C 6-9 / 223 17 Saint Stephen’s Episcopal H.S. Austin, TX
Marques Bolden F/C 6-10 / 254 17 De Soto H.S. Dallas, TX
Terrance Ferguson G 6-6 / 180.5 17 Advanced Prep International / #Alabama Dallas, TX
De’Aaron Fox F 6-3 / 170 18 Cypress Lakes H.S. / *Kentucky Katy, TX
Markelle Fultz G 6-4 / 185 17 DeMatha Catholic H.S. / *Washington Upper Marlboro, MD
Wenyen Gabriel F/C 6-9 / 210 19 Wilbraham and Monson / *Kentucky Manchester, NH
Harry Giles F/C 6-10 / 235 17 Forest Trail Academy / *Duke Winston-Salem, NC
Jonathan Isaac F 6-9.5 / 201 18 IMG Academy / *Florida State Naples, FL
Josh Jackson F 6-7 / 201.5 19 Prolific Prep Academy Southfield, MI
Joshua Langford F 6-5.5 / 204 19 Madison Academy / *Michigan State Huntsville, AL
Payton Pritchard G 6-0 / 175 18 West Linn H.S. / *Oregon West Linn, OR
Jayson Tatum F 6-7 / 206 18 Chaminade College Prep / *Duke St. Louis, MO

Top-ranked center Marques Bolden, who is considering Kentucky, will also play in the game.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

3 Comments for Fox, Adebayo and Gabriel make Nike Hoop Summit roster



  1. UKinIN
    3:37 pm December 14, 2015 Permalink

    Guards going to Alabama, Oregon and Washington made it over Monk? Why?



  2. A_Blue_Wildcat
    5:12 pm December 14, 2015 Permalink

    Why didn’t Monk make it, he’s the highest ranked guard in the class



  3. UKALLDAY1
    5:22 pm December 14, 2015 Permalink

    Surprised the let Fox play. These are the same USA people that cut him and Monk from the U16 team, then let some Ramsey dude that’s going to Nevada play on the team over both of them. Plus this game isn’t even fair, the world teams are more Stacked. US select ONLY the best senior high school players, while the world team gets to load up with the best 16-20 years in the world and some that play in America, like Simmons and Towns.