Huntington Prep Academy No. 1 academy team
HUNTINGTON -- MaxPreps.com tabbed Huntington Prep Academy as the No. 1-ranked boys basketball academy team in the nation.
The Express has a roster loaded with major college prospects who attend Huntington St. Joe.
"Our goal is to win the national championship," Huntington Prep coach Rob Fulford said in the MaxPreps report. "I think our guys understand (what kind of potential the team has). This is not a place to come and concentrate on yourself. This is a team concept and we don't just roll the ball out."
MaxPreps reported that Huntington Prep forward Andrew Wiggins is the top amateur basketball prospect in the world.
The 6-foot-7, 205-pound Wiggins from Toronto, Ontario, is the top-rated college prospect in the Class of 2013. He averaged 23.9 points and 7.5 rebounds per game a year ago, helping Huntington Prep go 24-2.
Forward Dominic Woodson (6-9, 290, Sr.) from Round Rock, Texas, is committed to Baylor.
Xavier Rathan-Mayes, a 6-4 guard from Toronto, committed to Florida State, 6-9 Moses Kingsley from Nigeria pledged verbally to Arkansas and point guard Travon Landry of San Antonio, Texas, is headed to the Tennessee Vols.
MaxPreps reported that 6-5 sophomore Montaque Gill-Ceasar from Toronto may land in the starting lineup.