Friday, January 29th, 2010 at 1:50 pm  |  11 responses

Video: 2010 Spalding Hoophall Classic Official Mixtape

If you’re looking for a Who’s Who in the high school recruiting scene, look no further than the Mecca — Springfield’s Hoophall Classic. Thanks to BallisLife for the fantastic mix of the weekend’s top players and highlights.

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  • http://slamonline.com GotHandles?

    ill Vid

  • http://www.ballislife.com Arek

    Good stuff!

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  • BigMAN1

    who won it? the classic

  • BigMAN1

    who won it? the classic

  • josh

    who is number 25?

  • http://www.ballislife.com Arek

    #25 is Austin Rivers son of Doc Rivers.. top shooting guard of ’11

  • http://www.yougotdunkedon.com LilKDub503

    In my opinion, Hoopmixtape is a little better than BallisLife. BallisLife really overpowers you with editing, while Hoopmixtape is more focused on the player(s). But great job anyway.

  • steph

    ballislife editing is more flashy and advanced than hoopmixtape, the editing is not overpowering it’s sickk!! in my opinion only ballislife can make mixes longer than 2 minutes watchable beginning to end and actually ballislife focuses on the player a lot more because they show more than just dunks

  • ucrazy

    @lilKDub503. Slam would only dub ballislife the best hs mixmakers for a reason. Hoopmixtape is good no doubt, but they only show dunks and only show a few players as far as mixes go. Deuce bello, ike, cj leslie, and bishop daniels is pretty much all they have shown this year outside of like 10 seconds worth of footage. Plus ballislife shows all around game, jump shots, blocks, crosses, dunks passes etc. Both are good imo, but BIL is definitely >>>>> hoopmixtape. There’s no comparison

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