Nov. 25, 2013
If you are a basketball fan of college or high-school in Virginia and you don’t know who Devin Robinson is, you are probably living under a rock. He is undisputedly Virginia’s number one ranked high-school basketball player in the class of 2014, a consensus top 30 player nationally and recently committed to 2-time NCAA National Championship Coach Bill Donovan’s perennial Final -Four contender the Florida Gators. Robinson’s commitment in late October to play his college basetball in Gainesville is the most recent chapter in a journey that has seen the long 6’8 combo-forward rise from unranked and unheard during his 2011-2012 High-school basketball season to the player every major program had to watch in the summer of 2013. Read more...
July. 25, 2013
Squires 17's Coached by Hannibal Tuck wins the Super Showcase National Championship in Orlando.
Aug. 5, 2013
Read Coach overview on key tournaments attended by the Squires Richmond 15U team during t the 2013 season.
July. 8, 2013
As a junior in high school, Devin Robinson was not a player with options. In fact, according to Squires Richmonddirector Tony Squire, he had none.
“The situation with Devin Robinson is, last year, as a junior in high school, he had no letters, no letters, no offers and wasn’t ranked,” Squire said. “I would just say with Devin Robinson, I think he was a diamond in the rough.” Continue...
June. 28, 2013
In our very first installment of Hatfield's Hoops Nuggets, we detailed a couple of sleeper prospects that would be no longer that by the end of the off-season. Well, it looks like one of those was on the money in Trinity Episcopal 6-foot-7 forward Austin Williams from the Class of 2014.A consistent '4' man that has a nice face-up game and plays with a junkyard dog mentality, Williams was up to 14 offers through the end of May. That list features Appalachian State, Boston University, Creighton, Drexel, Duquesne, Florida Atlantic, Georgia Southern, Mount St. Mary's, Murray State, Northern Arizona, Quinnipiac, Radford, Towson and Wagner.
His rise is reminiscent to a player from last year whose last name coincidentally also was Williams who played on the AAU circuit for Squires Richmond. That's Rodney Williams; the St. Christopher's forward headed to Drexel, yet no relation to Austin.
However, what the two have in common besides the same last name is a college-ready frame and a willingness to crash the boards at a relentless clip, an asset right off the bat for the next level. BY MATTHEW HATTFIELD FROM VIRGINIA PREPS
June. 28, 2013
Small forward Devin Robinson rose an astounding 82 spots in the rankings
to No. 24. A long and slender 6-foot-8 swingman out of Christchurch (Va.)
High, Robinson was a standout on the spring circuit. Regarded as a good
shooter with the potential to play at a high-level school after last summer,
Robinson grew three inches in the past year while adding significantly
to his game and athleticism. He can create off the dribble, he shoots
with range and he is a high-flying finisher with tremendous size for his
Robinson does need to add strength and be a bit more of an alpha dog when surrounded by other talented players, but the five-star prospect has significant potential.
Auburn, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Rutgers, USC, Virginia Tech, VCU and Xavier have offered, while Indiana, Kansas and others are expected to evaluate him this summer. Rival.com
May. 30, 2013
Squires is proud to announce one of our own will be making stops at 3 top basketball camps in the world.
Squires/Christchurch School player Devin Robinson, class of 2014, has
been invited to three of the very top camps in the world from representatives
seeing him on the spring circuit. We always tell our players, “You
never know who’s in the stands watching.”
ªAdidas Euro Games in Treviso, Italy, June 5-11
ª NBA Players Top 100 Camp, Charlottesville, VA, June 12-16
ª Reebok All American Camp, Philadelphia, PA, July 9-12
At this Saturdays practice (June 1), TV6, who has been kept informed on Devin’s rise, will do a feature to be aired on the TV6 Saturday evenings News and possibly Monday’s news.
The Squires program has always rejoiced in all the scholarship and awards our players have received for the past 25 years. We would like all our parents and players to feel the joy we feel when we have assisted in helping a player reach his goals. The Squires program name has been know worldwide but Devin will be the first player to represent us in an international camp featuring the top 21 and under international players who are NBA draft eligible.
The true meaning of rejoice is celebrating all kids in our village (program) as they are your own.
May. 4, 2013
His name: Devin Robinson, a fast-rising 6-8, 190-pound forward who plays for the Squires Richmond Foundation on the AAU circuit.
Though Robinson was a virtual unknown last winter, he's blossomed into a big-time high major prospect this spring. Robinson caught Louisville assistant Wyking Jones' attention last Saturday at the Big Shots AAU tourney. Jones brought Pitino in to see Robinson the following day and Kevin Keatts called Tony Squire, Robinson's AAU director, Thursday morning to express the Cardinals interest.
"I just got off the phone with Kevin Keatts," Squire told InsideTheVille.com Thursday morning shortly after he spoke with the UofL coach. "Rick Pitino came into the gym [Sunday] after his assistant [Wyking Jones] called him on Saturday, saw [Devin] and told the coaches, 'I like Devin Robinson and we want Devin Robinson.' Read More...
April. 28, 2013
The 25th anniversary of the Squire’s Boys Basketball
Education Foundation is not only a time to reflect on the lives we have
helped change but also a time to be grateful for those who have supported
our mission. See pictures of our first
team in 1988 as well as congratulatory letters from College Coaches and
Community Leaders across the United States.
April 13, 2013
This past weekend, Coach Hannibal Tuck and the Squires Richmond 17 under participated in the Hoop-group Pitt Jam in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. The Squires as usual didn't disappoint, starting Friday night with a 63-49 victory over the Dajaun Blair All stars. Then following that up with a victory later that night 74-62, over a capable Team Nashville. Solid performances by Christchurch's Devin Robinson, as well as Caleb Johnson, Trinity's Josh Brown (10 grader) and Austin Williams. Hermitage's 10 grade sensation JJ Mathews, as well as the four headed point guard combination of Justin Ulchaffer, Dquan, Coleman, Tracy Fowlkes and Adrian Person, kept the courts side ringing with a who's who's of college coaches. The players really made an impression on all there and competed at a very high level the whole tournament. Coach Tuck stated " I was pleased with the way the guys played hard competed on the big stage every time out." and The squires advanced to the sweet sixteen against some fierce top level compitition be fore finishing 10th place out of 64 teams. Great job this weekend, let's keep it going!!
April 21, 2013
Squires Richmond 16U (2015) finished 3-1 in the recent Big Shots Baltimore Showcase. After a 1st round braket loss to Team Takeover, Squires took down Team Phenom (PA), Basic First Basketball and the All Sports Rens on center court to win the Silver Championship. Wesley Hardaway (Meadowbrook) was highlighted by Bigshots https://twitter.com/BigShotsNE/status/326019737651908608/photo/1 for his strong performance in the Championship Game scoring 20 points with 4 clutch three pointers. A lock down defender, he also lead the 16U age group in steals with 2.7. Guard, Myles Markland (Matocoa) added 12 points in the title game, hitting 4 key free throws down the stretch. Swingman, Charles Willams (Evangel Christian) lead the team in scoring over the weekend averging 13 pts with several standout performances and several thunderous dunks. Guard Vilontae "Knockdown" Eanes (Prince Edward) sweet stroke from long distance was consistent and he caught fire against Team Phenom, totaling 5 triples in the first half alone. Forward Azariah Sykes was defense presence as well leading the 16U division in blocks, averaging 2.7 per game in 4 games. 16U looks to build on its success with an upcoming trip to Big Shots DC for the last weekend of the NCAA live period.
who is ranked
No. 106 in the 2014 class according to Rivals, has heard from Cincinnati,
Miami and Georgetown recently. collegebasketballtalk..com
highlighs Devan major contributions in his opening turnament for 2013.
According to collegebasketballtalk.com; VCU may have some competition
after the way that Robinson played in the Pitt Hoop Group Jam Fest on
RecruitScoop reports that Cincinnati, Auburn and Clemson, among others,
were in attendance to see him on Friday at the pitjam tournament. City
Legue Hoops reported that Devin shot the ball effortlessly from three,
had a super soft touch in the paint, and used his wingspan to get his
hands to get a ton of deflections on the defensive end. NJHoops
could not have have put it better when they wrote; No matter which
AAU tournament you're at, by the time that Saturday afternoon rolls around
there is always at least one prospect who every coach and scout is talking
about. In Pittsburgh, that player is Richmond Squires forward Devin Robinson.
Hoopniks.com writes. before this weekend, Robinson was considered
a fringe top-100 player, but now he is one of the hot names on the AAU
circuit. One thing is for certain; expect to hear the name Devin Robinson
throughout the remainder of spring and summer.
Jan. 1, 2012
David L Haywood Jr. a Richmond Squire Alumni and an unsigned 2013 senior from Lunenburg Central High School in Victoria, VA had a season of many highlights. This Nominated 2013 McDonald All-American was selected as The Player of the Year in the James River District, selected as an All Region Honorable Mention player, and recently invited to participate in the ASSIST 2nd Annual Celebration All Star Basketball Game at Meadowbrook High in Richmond in March. This Virginia top ten scorer continues to seek opportunity to become a student athlete at great university.
Good Luck to David...
Jan. 1, 2012
Congratulation to 2012 Squire Alumni Trevor Lyons on his commitment to the Air Force Academy. This Woodside (Newport News, VA) 6-foot-2 guard decided to follow in the footsteps of his older brother back in September by making a commitment to play his College Basketball at the Division I level in the Mountain West Conference with the Air Force Academy. (See Trevors signing party)
Lyons recently chosen to participate in the ASSIST 2nd Annual Celebration All Star Basketball Game held at Meadowbrook High School in Richmond Virginia in March will be his last outing of his high school career.
Good Luck to Trevor Lyons...
Jan. 22, 2012
January 13, 2013
Squire's Josh Brown scored 25 points for Trinity in a recent game against Woodberry. than three “deflections” per night. Josh, a Sophomore at Trinity is noted as being the building blocks of a program. (See Story).
January 08, 2013
Squire Jonathan Duhart a junior at Manchester high is
averaging 15 points, nine rebounds, and leading Lancers with more than
three “deflections” per night (See
Congratulations to 2012 Squire alumni Darryl Smith on his commitment to Cornell University. This is a great fit for a fine student and player. Good luck!!!
Nov. 16, 2012
Congratulations to one on our newest Squire alumni Rodney Williams on his decision to take his talents to Drexel University and forgo the many offers he received from schools such as: “Boston University, James Madison, Western Kentucky, William & Mary, Delaware, Towson, Wofford, Furman, Central Connecticut, Florida Gulf Coast, St. Peter’s, LaSalle, Holy Cross, Rider, and Northern Arizona.”
October. 28, 2012
Former Squire Chris Copeland realizes his dream with the Knicks. On Saturday October 27, 2012, the Knicks signed forward Chris to the final roster as the 15th man. According to Chicago Bulls Rumors?@chicagobullsbot New York Knicks Chris Copeland is averaging 15.4 PPG on 54% FG this NBA Preseason. He without question had a strong preseason showing. In fact Copeland is arguably one of the best stories of the NBA preseason according to sports writer Michael Scotto?@MikeAScotto.
August. 1, 2012
Congratulations On a great summer...
July. 31, 2012
After five years playing in the D-League, Belgium, Germany, Holland and Spain, Chris Copeland, an Orange, N.J., native, is back close to home as a member of the Knicks. After signing with the team to a non-guaranteed contract, the 6-8, 224-pound versatile forward is ready to prove he's here to stay. See the former Squire interview on ESPN.
July. 26, 2012
The Squires Richmond 2012 15 under team competed in the
Hoop Group Summer Jam fest in Philadelphia PA. The Squires after coming
off of a 2-1 finish in Boyd’s Maryland, in the All Star Hoop Report Classic
the week before, were looking for a good showing in Philadelphia. The
tournament was held at Competitive Edge Sports, Philadelphia University,
and various facilities around the Philadelphia area. The event was attended
by over 100 college coaches and scouting services. The team finished first
in the pool with victories over Team Underrated ( NY), and Rip city (PA).
The Team had victories during the playoff round over The Brooklyn Rens
(NY). The team to finish in 6th pace of the 34 teams. Several stand out
performances by Squires players G Josh Brown ,who received a write up
on the hoop group site for his excellent ball handling and play, who averaged
23 points for the weekend including a thirty point game as well as 6’6’”
forward JJ Mathews who averaged 20 points for the weekend as well as double
figure rebounding. Excellent performances, by Grayson Midulla, who averaged
11 points and showcased his 3 point sharpshooting and aggressive rebounding.
Wesley Hardaway, who contributed several assist per game as well as a
5 three pointer game where he hit the game winner with 5 seconds left
on the clock. Trey Pride was a mister everything as he ran the floor,
hustled for loose balls scored rebounded and contributed much needed intensity
for the team. The team will be competing in Big shots in Richmond VA this
coming weekend. Excellent job and let’s keep it rolling!
Congratulations to the 15s, Well Done...
July. 19, 2012
In the Elite 8 the Squires get by a scrappy Florida Tar
Heels 47-43 (Josh Brown (Trinity Episcopal) 13 points; Calieb Johnson
(Park View HS) 10 points). On to the Final, the Squires take knock off
a tough Central Penn Ballers of Philadelphia team in a convincing win
55-44 (Calieb Johnson 26 points; Devin Robinson (Christchurch) 15 points).
Finally, the Squires emerge as the 2012 Classic National Champions rolling
over a tough Moxie squad out of Florida 72-56 (Devin Robinson 25pts, Calieb
Johnson 17pts Josh Brown 12 pts,).
Congratulations to the 16s Classic National Champions!!!
July. 10, 2012
Squires Devin Robinson is having an impressive summer indeed as he make his rounds on the 2012 Squire summer BBall Tournament Tour. Once again the Squires are show casing talent that is proving to be competitive. Robinson proves to be making the best of the summer tournaments as he receives write ups by The Recruit Scoop on Rivals, BIG SHOTS TODAY FROM WASHINGTON, DC, Phenom Hoop Report, and others. He’s now being sauté after by schools such as Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, UNC-Greensboro, James Madison, Radford, Rider, Richmond, Binghamton, St. Joseph's, Towson, Appalachian State, Holy Cross, UMass and Penn State. Recruit Scoop on Rival say “By the end of the summer, Robinson could have high-major written all over him“. Keep an eye on Robinson this summer to see the growth continues in the Squires organization.
July. 10, 2012
Squire Williams courts top mid-majors in the country, he has 16 impressive offers to date including: “James Madison, William & Mary, Boston University, Delaware, Towson, Western Kentucky, Wofford, Furman, Central Connecticut, Florida Gulf Coast, St. Peter’s, LaSalle, Holy Cross, Drexel, Rider, and Northern Arizona.” Rodney heads to Philly today for The Reebok Breakout Challenge, more on Rodney’s offers.
July. 9, 2012
The summer AAU circuit is now here, players arranging from 9th through 12th grade, with over 80 kids were in attendance.. Two Squires 15U 2015 players were invited this past weekend to participate in University of Virginia Elite Camp, Charles William and John Trey Pride. Both players performing very well, Charles sharp shooting and Trey driving to the basket and high energy on the court set the pace of the camp. Both players receive high reviews from the UVA coaching staff. These 2 players really made a name for themselves. Both players got a chance to play on the same team and lead their team to a undefeated record 5-0 in game play . The combination of Charles outside shooting and Trey’ relentless energy on both sides of the court, allow them to separate and shine from the other campers especially being from the class of 2015.
Do you know the NBA players who wore the Squire’s jersey? The list is impressive indeed. See for yourself click here.
Video highlights of Richmond Squires 2012 AAU Basketball White Team.
Feb. 28, 2012
(1998) Squire’s and Gonzaga alumni, Winston Brooks Chat it up with Squire’s alumni (2008) and current Longwood senior guard Martez Washington before the Gonzaga vs. Longwood game at Gonzaga on 2/27/12. These Squire alumni have benefited from full scholarships that speak to the Squire ’s motto, “A DEGREE FOR FREE”.
Feb. 28, 2012
Many media outlets are talking about the performance
of Darryl Smith against Miller School. Some analyst say it was one of
the best last two minute performances that they have seen in a while.
Darryl Smith explodes for 27 points, a stat that he is capable of doing
night in and out. Known for his ability to pass and lead the team through
multiple assists but he is also so lethal behind the three point line
and his ability to attack the basket with a thunderous dunks or a smooth
pull up. Darryl a 4.0 honor student who is quiet by nature and may not
always show emotion can compete against any guard in the country and that
is proving. Congrats to Darryl Smith for his stellar performance.
Squires are proud of Darryl Smith and Jarod Williams for what they have accomplished this season lets go after that Division I state championship.
Feb. 24, 2012
Squire player Jarod WIlliams is proving people wrong
by having some strong performances lately at Blue Ridge School. As Blue
Ridge enter state playoffs they needed standout performances in order
to have momentum going into the tournament. Williams proved that as you
see below the type of attention he has received at that one tournament.
Squire Darryl Smith keeps the glue together with very little turnovers
and a number of assists but Jarod's energy helps them be a a dynamic duo
in the backcourt and should intensify as they try to win a state championship.
According to virginiapreps.com Blue Ridge Jarod Williams (SG) 2013 - explosive player with a lot of energy, Williams was voted the game's MVP in the Baron's 77-69 or DC school Springarn. Early in the game, Williams drained 3's as if he were shooting layups scoring 13 first half points. He was out-of-control at times when Springarn made their comeback after being down by 16 points but Williams took control penetrating inside which created opportunities inside for easy baskets. He finished with 23 points and six assists while adding eight boards, three treys and a couple of throw downs. Williams just needs to add polish to his game to become a D1 mid-major. He's a finisher in transition and he has the leaping ability, quickness, and shooting touch to be a sleeper combo guard to follow in the 2013 class.
Feb. 18, 2012
Past two years Squires have been on the move. Since 1988 over 400 students have earned full scholarships to play basketball and now in 2012 we are still getting it done.
Listed Players and the List goes on
1-Chris Richardson-San Jacinto CC (Tx), 2-Mychal Parker-Univ Maryland, 3-CJ Barksdale-Va Tech, 4-Akeem Richmond-East Carolina, 5-Rico Ferguson-Campbell Univ, 6-Mike Wynn-Va Union, 7 Manuel Wallace-Va State, 8-Levon Harper-Mt San Jacinto CC (Cal), 9-Caron Williams-Robert Morris Univ, 10-Karron Johnson-Shaw Univ, 11-Dave Brown-Saint Augustine College, 12-Daniel Clark-Saint Augustines College, 13-Macca Garber-Rio Grande Univ (Ohio), 14-Julian Gamble-University of Miami, 15-Rob Vozenilik-University of Virginia, 16-Justin Watts-Univ of North Carolina, 17-David Robinson-Longwood Univ, 18-Martez Washington- Longwood Univ, 19-TC Carey-Longwood Univ, 20-Casey Walker-Delaware State, 21-AJ Brown-Bluefield College, 22-Brian Richardson-Univ South Carolina, 23-Reco McCarter-Virginia Commonwealth Univ, 24-Michael Gbenije-Duke Univ, 25-Darion Brothers-Univ of Richmond, 26-RJ Price-Radford Univ, 27-Kris Walden-Towson Univ, 28-Quincy Miller-Baylor Univ, 29-Matt Samuels-Chicago State, 30-Paul Stone-Santa Fe College (Fl), 31-Anthony Thomas-Appalachian State, 32-Jarius Hofstra, 33-Mykel Nero-Francis Marion Univ.34 Dandre Alston-Limestone College 35.Jeff White Va. Union
Feb. 6, 2012
6'6 Sharpshooter Justin Peebles (Justin Peebles 8 three pointers, 28 points see video) adjusted to his own from a great football season to the hardwood. Peebles can light it up from the outside last year against BABC at the AAU Nationals he stroked six threes, and is still showing it in high school play, which an article is attached below. As he continue to improve on his ball handling and quickness Justin can turn himself into a major Division I prospect, however every team needs a sharpshooter that it is 6'6 and can go to the basket through traffic as you see pictured above. Brotherly love is what makes this story unique because they are not just on the same team but they live under the same roof so you can imagine the competitiveness at home. Treyvonte Brown a small scrappy point guard leaves it all on the floor backing up the Squires 16/Under team at point. Plays hard on the defensive end and offensive end, where he just brings so much energy to his team. As he develop a floater and continue to improve on innovative scoring against the giants in this season of AAU will really be plus for Brown. He is still showing that energy at Hanover HIgh School. Hopefully these two brothers will share their love on the same floor at the collegiate level, or would be even more interesting to see them face each other in the same conference.
Feb. 6, 2012
6'9 Jarius King narrowed it down to two UAB and Hofstra
but decided to play at one of the world's most historic basketball cities
the Big Apple. Squires are so proud of King one of the many many stories
that we can tell who went from people saying that would never make it
to playing in the CAA. Wow, he has been through a lot but we do know that
his mother is smiling down from heaven to know that her boy is going to
get a degree and play the sport that he loves so dearly. More to come
on King as he is preparing for a career at Hofstra, and through hard work
who knows what the next level maybe.
Feb. 2, 2012
Hard work definitely pays off and it definitely shows when you put in the work in the classroom and hardwood will always allow you to receive positive results. Williams is a true testament to that and the Squire coaches can attest to that since the 8th grade. Williams improvement is tremendous and netting his third offer last week from the University of William and Mary, and prevousily adding Delaware University, and Boston University is a huge accomplishment. The role of point guard play of Squire Alumni Jermaine Johnson and the inside dominance of Saint Christophers have won 6 of thier last 7 games. More hardwork, strong finish to the high school season, and a great AAU season offers will be jumping out of the roof for the 2013 Williams.
Jan. 26, 2012
Ahmad Thomas 6'5 wiry athlete is coming into form during
his junior season. Thomas confidence really erupted as he helped the 2013
Squire team make it to the sweet sixteen with his intense defense. Thomas
can guard the 1, 2, 3, and sometimes the 4 positions making him a threat
defensively. Thomas is leading George Washington in scoring and providing
leadership to the team. With more maturity, and consistency Thomas is
definitely and Division I caliber guy.
Jan. 24, 2012
Lockley a two time Group A Division 2 All-State winner
is only a junior and has accomplished a lot during his two years at Middlesex
High School. Very rare for a freshman to make all-state honors, but Lockley
has excelled at every level. A bouncy athlete who is ranked as one of
the top athletes in the state for both basketball and football is continuing
to put the hard work on the hardwood. He is a very unselfish basketball
player and one of the key contributors to the Squire 2013 team. Averaging
over 15 points and 8 boards a game since his freshman year really tells
us that there is more to come for Lockley. Highlights are coming soon.
Jan. 23, 2012
A gym rat is the best term to describe Josh Brown. Josh Brown is in Squires 2015 class and the past two games he has been averaging 20 points a game. Aganist STAB he scored 13 second half points finishing with 20 and their past victory aganist Collegiate scored another 20. Coming off the bench earlier this season has worked his way to the starting lineup a goal that he wanted to accomplish before coming into the season. Watch out Brown is beginning to erupt as one of the top freshman in state.
Jan. 13, 2012
Congrats to Squire Player Darryl Smith 2013 who has achievied academic and athletic excellence at Blue Ridge School. An honor student weighing in with a 4.0 grade point average is able to juggle honor courses while showing that he still can led a team as the starting point guard at Blue Ridge.
Squire Jarod Williams 2013 is adjusting well at Blue
Ridge School. Ranked 93 in the country by Sports Press TV Jarod has really
worked hard on and off the court to continue to fulfil is goal as a "Degree
for Free" known as Squire motto.
Read article on Jarod Williams 2013 Video Highlights for Jarod Williams 2013
Squires would like to congratulate former Squire Trey
Edmunds a Dan River senior and Virginia Tech football recruit as the first
player in school history to be named to the Parade Magazine All-American
high school football team. Trey Edmunds played on the 2013 team where
the team finished second place in 14/under Division I State Tournament
and 1st place finish in 15/Under Division I State Tournament.
Oct. 30, 2011
One thing that makes Squire’s outstanding in Boys AAU Basketball it the time and dedication given to building positive relationships with colleges and universities throughout the United States. October 14-16, 2011 was the first of several annual trips to visit colleges and universities. Tony Squire and Coach Tuck headed north to Connecticut to visit university campuses and meet and speak not only with the Men’s Basketball coaches but also with academic personal. The purpose of these annual visits is to build relationships in order to put Virginia players on the scholarship radar throughout the country (full story).
Oct. 13, 2011
Video highlights on Rodney Williams in action a Saint Christopher High School.
Oct. 11, 2011
The Squires 16U team take 1st place in the Bronze bracket of the Super Showcase in Orlando and Make it to the Sweet 16 in the National Championship.
The Squires came out the gate sluggish dropping the first two games at the Super showcase in Orlando again Team Melo and Playaz-Red before hitting their stride in the tournament. The team went on to win the next six games (Downrite Rock Crushers 58, Squires 60; Birmingham Ice 40 - Squires 67; Old God 40 - Squires 75; TN Travelers 56 - Squires 57;Tuscaloosa Warriors 51 - Squires 62;Michigan Warriors 42 - Squires 65) in tournament play to take 1st place in the Bronze bracket of the 16U Showcase in Orlando.
The Squires now seated 9th overall in the 10th Grade D1 National went on to the Sweet 16 before being eliminated from national play.
Congratulations to Squires Richmond 16U team for the hard work, dedication, and sportsmanship in the Super Showcase and AAU National Championship located in Orlando,
October 05, 2011
The former squire, 7-foot, 245-pound center Matt Gorski commit to Illinois-Chicago.
Sept. 05, 2011
Former Squires are making their mark in college while others plan to make their way to the hard wood court for the first time this 20011-2012 season.
May 17, 2011
Lanyjer Pittman from KJ's team receives the "Most Improved" award in the NCAA division, Josh Brown gets the "6th Man" award in the NBA division D and Nygel Lee ran point guard for the 1st session championship winning NBA team and receives medal. .
Congratulations to the Squires 8th Grade/14U Team for a great showing at the Super Regionals in Charlotte, NC where they qualified for Nationals!!
Former Squire, Akeem Richmond signed with East Carolina
University. Akeem is one of five players to commit to the University for
the 2011-12 seasons
Akeem Richmond transfer to ECU.
May 10, 2011
The Squires 16 & Under Team won the Southern Invitational
Silver Championship on Sunday, May 9, 2011 in Hampton Virginia at the
Boo Williams Sports Complex.
(Pictured left to right)
Front Row(l-r): Tray Brown, Mario Gills, Jarrod Williams, Ryan Corb, Darryl Smith, Coach Al Taylor
Back Row(l-r): Coach Marquis Allen, Justin Peebles, Quan Watson, Ryheem Lockley, Ahmad Thomas, Coach Reggie McFarland & Hoop Group Representative Marquise Webb.
(Not Pictured: Rodney Williams, injured).
May 10, 2011
Former Squire and Division II Player of the year Darius Hargrove earns All-Swedish Basketligan Import Player of the year in the European Professional League. Darius performance this 2011 season with Jamtland was amongst the league’s top players which earned him a spot on the All-Swedish Basketligan 1st Team 2011 and All-Imports Team. Congratulations Darius (Results and Stats).
March 30, 2011
March 29, 2011
The Portland Trail Blazers have signed former Squire center Chris Johnson of the NBA Development League's Dakota Wizards for the remainder of the 2011 season.
February 25, 2011
Former Squire Chris Johnson signs a 10-day contract with the Boston Celtics to join former Squire Players Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett on the court. The former 6-foot-11, 210-pound Squire center attended LSU, is averaging 16.9 points, 9.6 rebounds and 2.8 blocks in the NBA’s D league this season after previously being a part of the Celtics during this past training camp.
Chris was active for Thursday night's game at Denver
and scored six points, swatted three shots and pulled down one rebound
in 17 minutes of action. Congratulations Chris Johnson!
February 10, 2011
Tonight former Squire, now Boston Celtics’ Ray Allen against the LA Lakers barried a record breaking 3-pointer with 1:48 left in the first quarter to surpass the 2560 3-point shot record held by retired NBA player Reggie Miller. Ray Allen, a former AAU player and Squire talks about his AAU experience. Click here to read about Ray’s experience with AAU basketball.
The Squires’ ended the 2009-2010 season attending two national exposure tournaments in Orlando Florida. To add icing to the cake the Squire 17’s were featured on ESPNU world wide broadcasted program while in Orlando at the Super Showcase. During the off season, Tony Squire was interviewed on a local CBS morning TV show to highlight the program and its success over the years. As the 2010-2011 season ramps up, the program is already off to a good start with the Squire team being featured in “The Real AAU Basketball” the official magazine for AAU Basketball. It is this type of positive national exposure that the Squire program seeks for its youth. Being recognized nationally is also a great motivator for which to open a new season. Click here to read the Tony Squire interview that was published in “The Real AAU Basketball”.
The Squires 17U was proud to be featured in a workout on ESPNU with former Chicago Bulls point guard Jay Williams while in Orlando at the Super Showcase.
Congratulations to Squires Richmond 16U and 17U teams
that competed in the Super Showcase and AAU National Championship located
in Orlando, Florida. Both teams where successful, and received maximum
exposure from over 300 colleges across the country. The Squires 17U was
proud to be featured in a workout on ESPN U with Jay Williams, former
Chicago Bulls point guard. Please acknowledge the following participants
for there outstanding accomplishments.
If you are playing Boy’s AAU BBall in the
Richmond (Central VA) area, did you know?
“ It Started HERE... Richmond Times Reference "
The grounded former squire Kevin Garnett has brought is “A” game to the series against the Lakers making it difficult for the Lakers to defend Celtic the team. He has come out with intensity in the past three games that show why he is a great player. Garnett is making huge contributions in many areas including averaged 18.7 points and 7.3 rebounds not to mention his contributions in assist, key steals, shots and free throws. Garnett and his teammates would like to see this series end tonight in Game six with the Lakers.
Richmond Squire Ray Allen breaks finals record making eight threes surpassing
Kenny the jet Smith, Scottie Pippen, and himself. Ray scored 32 points
in Game 2 of the NBA Finals as the Celtics won 103-94 over the Lakers
on Sunday in the Lakers house. Former Squire Garnett plagued with fouls
most of the game contributes key play in final minutes to hold of the
Lakers late effort. It was clearly Ray's night in Game 2 of the NBA
Karron Johnson took part in the Eskimo Joe's Shootout at Gallagher-Iba Arena in February. Zach Gray / For the Tulsa World. See how Karron found his own way after his fathers murder. (Summer 2009).
|Dave Telep Congratulatory letter to Tony on 20 years of Success. The survivor, Tony Squire has kept basketball program going for 20 years. See storyBy JEFF WHITE-TIMES-DISPATCH-STAFF-WRITER.||
Former Squire player "Nero" commits to Georgia State.
Georgia State has picked up a couple of North Carolina junior college players, adding to what it calls “perhaps the most highly-regarded signing class in school history.” Panthers coach Rod Barnes has signed Jamar Taylor, a 6-foot-8 forward, and Mi’kyel Nero, a 6-4 guard, from Brunswick Community College in Supply, about 25 miles southwest of Wilmington. “ Jamar Taylor and Mi’kyel Nero are excellent additions to our program,” Barnes said in a statement released by the school. “Coach [Walter] Shaw runs a strong program at Brunswick, so these two young men have been well-coached and are ready to contribute at the Division I level. Nero, who will have three years of eligibility left at GSU, averaged 10.8 points a game at Brunswick last season. Taylor, who will have two years left, averaged 8.1 points and 6.7 rebounds (Summer , 2009).
As the 2008-2009 high school basketball season gets ready to tip off we will identify some of the Squires Richmond point guards that will attempt to lead their high school to a State Title. Madison “Primetime” Jones class of 2012 is a smooth, long 6’0 point guard that reminds you of that cool side of the pillow. With great vision, and exciting moves Madison Jones is certainly one the top point guards of the 2012 class. Jaylen “General” Hinton is the picture that you see when you type in the word “point guard” in Google. Jaylen ability to see the floor, and control a game is unlimited. At the same time Jaylen has the ability to knock the shot down from the outside. Erik “Game Time” Moody is the high major prospect that college coaches look for. Erik has very smooth explosive point guard with the ability to control the flow of the game. Erik helped lead the Benedictine Cadets to a state championship as a freshman. His clutch decision making and ability to shoot from the arc makes him one of the best point guard in the 2011 class. Torey “Bullet” Burston is by far the fastest point guard dribbling the basketball eyes has ever seen. Torey is an example of team leader, competitor, and warrior. The change of pace that Torey will provide to his team will give his team an advantage before the ball is tipped off. Last, but not least is Jerail “Hot Sauce” Howerton. Howerton is one of the most exciting point guards to watch. His vision is unmatched. Only 5’10, but strong as an ox, and faster than a locomotive gives him an unstoppable advantage. Jerail has explosive offensive abilities, but enjoys playing lock down defense. In, 2006 he leads his 14 & under team to place 14th in the country. “For every great army of soldiers there is a great General.”
Squires Richmond invades Pangos North Showcase, and dominates. Squire’s James Ford, Cj Barksdale, Torey Burston, Shaq Patterson, Manuel Wallace, and Paul Stone made the Top 20 Game. Squires’ Greg Lewis, Trace Larbee, and DeAndre Alston made the Top 40 Game. All players represented their family, school, community, themselves, and the Squire program to highest degree. Squire players received great reviews from www.scout.com, and www.hoopscooponline.com.
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