I had the opportunity to get to know a player that college basketball fans need to know the name of for the next four years. Julien Franklin is a back to back Crestview MVP, state finalist, and regional champion from Villa Park, California. He also holds the record for Villa Park points in one game… WITH 52. He received 5 division one offers, and has chosen to continue his basketball career in the PAC 12 as an Oregon State Beaver.
My basketball career started at a very young age of 5, but I took football a lot more serious as a kid. I didn’t start taking basketball seriously until the 7th grade when I quit football. Everyday my brother and I would train with my dad and older players that are in highschool and college. I’d say this is what molded me into becoming an elite player.
Continue reading Sports Regime’s Exclusive 1 on 1 with Oregon State Basketball Commit Julien Franklin
By Griffin Hill
First, Drue Chrisman wants everyone to understand this:
“The bottle flipping craze has died down, I repeat ‘died down,’ NOT DEAD!”
This is just a taste of the dedication and passion Chrisman holds for bottle flipping, and he shares those same feelings about his football career. Read Full Interview Here!
By Griffin Hill (And Oliver Mauntel)
This past Wednesday, I had the opportunity to converse with Jeremiah Francis, who has committed to play basketball for the University of North Carolina. Francis, a point guard, is rated as a four-star prospect and will be a senior this fall at Pickerington Central High School. During my conversation with Francis, we discussed what prompted his decision to commit to the Tar Heels, as well as what he hopes to accomplish in Chapel Hill and beyond. Continue Reading!
By Griffin Hill (And Jack Hamrick)
Zach Harrison is a special player. The length and speed of Harrison for a player at his position is rare to find in a high school senior. At 6’6, and 244 pounds, Harrison holds a 40 time of 4.62. Obviously this is quite an impressive time for a player of his size, but this speed coupled with his length is what separates Zach Harrison from any player in the country. Read Full Article Here!