April 21st, 2013 at 9:04 PM ^

Reminds me of D Wade.  He is a phenomenal athlete, although it is difficult to determine his skills in this video since it is mostly showcasing his athleticism.  Also, tagging Seventh with comparisons such as Lebron James isn't the best thing for a 14 year old.  Guys who are this highly touted can become too big-headed with everyone around them telling them they are the next big thing, think Michael Beasley, Kwame Brown.  I'm not saying that will be the case with this kid, but he will need to stay focused to meet his max potential.  I am more impressed by current HS senior Andrew Wiggins.  I believe he is next in line.  Lebron - Durant - Kyrie - Wiggins.


April 21st, 2013 at 10:08 PM ^

...but this "mixtape" reminds a lot of Brett Petway's junior/senior high school highlights.  And Brett turned out to be an average at best college athlete.  Granted, it didn't help that he was coached by Amaker. 

He's got a lot of potential and a long way to go.  I'll be curious to see what happens to him in the coming years.


April 22nd, 2013 at 10:29 AM ^

I think he meant that he was an average college basketball player and was not directly referring to his athleticism. Technically anybody that plays sports in college is a collegiate athlete. They don't necessarily have to be athletic. Take Craig Stadler for example - played golf at USC and was a collegiate athlete. But he was not athletic.


April 22nd, 2013 at 9:26 AM ^

Didn't see him do anything I couldn't do on a daily basis. So what if I can't beat my fiancee at horse, it's not my fault she takes a bunch of 5 footer bank shots.