*no longer with the team
A McDonald’s All-American, Bradley is the nation’s No. 7 player in the ESPNU 100. The Texas recruit has come up big in every major tournament this season, earning three tourney MVP honors while averaging 19 points per game overall.
Thompson transferred from St. Benedict’s (Newark, N.J.) midway through the season to team up with fellow Texas recruit Avery Bradley. Thompson scored 17 in his first game with Findlay Prep, a win over Impact Basketball Academy (Las Vegas, Nev.).
Joseph has already garnered interest from schools like Memphis and Kansas. The junior averages 10.2 points, 6.5 rebounds and 5.1 assists per game. During the past six games, he’s made 16 of 26 shots from beyond the 3-point arc.
Founded in 2006, Findlay Prep has quickly established itself as a basketball powerhouse that attracts stars from across the globe and dominates tournaments around the nation. The Pilots’ biggest win this season came against nationally ranked Rice (New York, N.Y.) in the championship of the Rock Holiday Classic. Playing a national schedule, the Pilots have gone 30-0.
The Pilots' roster includes players from the U.S., Canada, Nigeria and Puerto Rico.
Coach Michael Peck came to Findlay Prep from UNLV, where he spent three years working under respected coaches Charlie Spoonhour and Lon Kruger as the men's basketball video coordinator.
Findlay Prep is a privately funded basketball academy, which makes its home at the Henderson International School.