The rich keep getting richer.
Henderson’s Findlay Prep High School, which has claimed three ESPN NSHI national titles in six years and produced the top pick in this year’s NBA Draft in UNLV forward Anthony Bennett, will have the nation’s top shooting guard playing for it next season.
Rashad Vaughn, a 6-foot-4 guard from Cooper High School in Robbinsdale, Minn., who starred at the LeBron James Skills Academy in Las Vegas over the weekend, will play his senior season for the Pilots.
— Andy Johnson (@CoachAJohnson) July 9, 2013
Hall of Fame basketball writer and talent scout Frank Burlison listed Vaughn, an outstanding 3-point shooter who also dazzled penetrating and dishing at the LeBron James Skills Academy, as one of the two best “scorers” at the event along with Santa Ana (Ca.) Mater Dei star Stanley Johnson.
He’ll join a Pilots backcourt that also will have one of the nation’s top point guards for the Class of 2016 in Derryck Thornton Jr. and explosive 6-6 wing Kelly Oubre, who had several electrifying dunks at the James’ Skills Academy and also is a top 25 national recruit.