FOH Seattle doing it again
June, 21, 2010
By Joel Francisco, ESPN Recruiting
Jim Marsh, coach of U-17 Seattle-based Friends of Hoop, runs a quality program chock full of prospects. This year's FOH team doesn't have a prospect the caliber of past greats such as NBA standouts Spencer Hawes (Philadelphia 76ers) or Martell Webster (Portland Trailblazers), however, it does have a guard tandem that has received recruiting interest from the Pac-10 and WCC. Scoring guard Hikeem Stewart (Seattle/Rainier Beach) is the younger brother of former twin standouts Rodrick Stewart (Kansas) and Lodrick Stewart (USC). The older twin tandem relied on their bulk and relentless nature at both ends to terrorize their opponents, while the younger Stewart excels at draining 3-point shots and dazzling his opponents with his passing prowess. Stewart claims offers from Colorado, UNLV, Washington State, Washington and Santa Clara with Oregon and UCLA showing interest.
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