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HOUSTON - The Legacy Brand Classic is set to be broadcasted LIVE on VYPE Live from Legacy School of Sports Science with a pair of premiere showdowns.
The match-ups include two state champions, multiple nationally-ranked prospects and quality showdowns between Houston-area and Dallas-area teams.
"This is a very exciting event for VYPE to be live broadcasting," VYPE Chief Strategy Officer Derek Dusek said. "To have a pair of recent state champions and then the level of talent, these will be must-see games, considering some of these guys may be in the NBA one day."
At 6 p.m., 2019 Class 4A State Champion Oak Cliff Family Faith Academy will face-off with Houston-area power Shadow Creek. The game will feature recent University of Houston-signee Ramon Walker of Shadow Creek and four-star prospect Jordan Walsh of Oak Cliff. Walsh is currently the ranked No. 42 by ESPN for the Class of 2022.
Then, at 8 p.m. host Legacy, led by Texas A&M-signee Ashton Smith will face 2019 Class 6A State Champion Duncanville. The Panthers roster features a pair of 5-star prospects for the Class of 2023. Ron Holland currently ranks as the No. 12 player in that class, while Cameron Barnes comes in at No. 23.
**Both of these games will be broadcasted LIVE in pay-per-view, costing $5 per game to watch.**
VYPE's Basketball Insider Ray Meach has provided the Players to Watch in tonight's Doubleheader
Legacy Sports & Science
#1 AAron Scott 6'7 G, Senior
Holds an offer from Nicholls State
#2 Patrick Neal 6'2 PG, Senior
Prairie View A&M Commit
#3 Bryan Perry 6'8 PF, Senior
Prairie View A&M Commit
#5 Jonathan (John John) Massie 6'3 G, Senior
McNeese State Commit
#23 Sir Isaac Herron 6'9 PF, Senior
Holds offers from Georgia, Louisiana Tech, IUPUI, Montana State, Morgan State
#32 Ashton Smith 6'9, Senior
Texas A&M Commit
#0 Zhuric Phelps 6'3 PG, Senior
#1 Ron Holland 6'6 F, Sophomore
Ranked #12 nationally in the 2023 by ESPN
Holds offers from Memphis, UofH & Texas A&M
#2 Juan Reyna 6'2 SG, Senior
Alabama State Commit
#25 Damon Nicholas 6'4 G, Senior
Sam Houston State Commit
#4 TJ Caldwell 6'4 G, Junior
Holds offers from Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, SMU and Tulsa
#13 MeKhi Collins 6'9 F, Senior
Holds offers from Grambling State, Nicholls State, Marist, and Cleveland State.
#23 Jordan Walsh 6'7 F, Junior
Ranked nationally 42nd by ESPN.
Holds offers from Arkansas, Texas, Texas A& M, Cal, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech
#1 Brian Gordan 6'1 G, Senior
#2 Cameron Amboree 6'2 G, Senior
Long ranger shooter. Threat from anywhere on the court
#3 Ramon Walker 6'4, Seniors
VYPEs #1 in the class of 2021
University of Houston Commit
#5 Shawn Jones 6'6 F, Junior
Holds offers from UofH, McNeese State, LSU, TCU and Tulsa