Boston High School: Austin Colbert

Locals shining at LeBron Skills Academy

July, 9, 2012
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ESPN's team of basketball recruiting analysts have been checking in this week at the LeBron Skills Academy in Akron, Ohio, where several locals have stood out.

To read the complete recaps, CLICK HERE (Insider only) and HERE (Insider).

On day one, Salisbury (Conn.) forward Chris McCullough and Hotchkiss (Conn.) forward Austin Colbert made a favorable impression on Paul Biancardi, Joel Francisco and John Stovall:



Austin Colbert (Lakeview, Conn./Hotchkiss)
2013, PF, 6-foot-9, 200 pounds

He is an athletic, skilled forward who always stands out during drills. He showed he could make 17-foot jumpers and finish above the rim.

Chris McCullough (New York/Salisbury School)
2014, PF, 6-9, 200 pounds

Chris has great skills and moves well for someone who is 6-9. He even worked out with the wings and fit right in.



On Day 2, Northwest Catholic (Conn.) wing Kuran Iverson made a splash:



Kuran Iverson (Windsor, Conn./Northwest Catholic)
2013, WF, 6-8, 200 pounds

Iverson is a long and lean wing forward prospect with excellent ball skills and a smooth shooting stroke. During the many shooting drills, Iverson exhibited an effortless shooting touch out to 22 feet.


Video: Wayne Selden's winning slam

May, 7, 2012
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Sherwyn Cooper of BallasTV.com has video highlights of last weekend's Mary Kline Classic, an all-star game comprised of some of the premier underclassmen in the Northeast, held at the Pennington (N.J.) School.

Among the locals featured in the three-minute highlight reel are New Hampton (N.H.) guard Jared Terrell, Hotchkiss (Conn.) forward Austin Colbert, and Kimball Union (N.H.) forward Abdul-Malik Abu. Most notable of the video, however, is Tilton (N.H.) swingman Wayne Selden's slam in the dunk contest portion of the game.

Selden was named co-champion of the dunk contest, alongside Chester (Penn.) forward Rondae Jefferson. Selden's slam starts at the 10-second mark:

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