With a handful – well, almost two handfuls – of college offers in his pocket and an explosive start to his professional career, Marqus Marion has been one of the main figures in the early season in Europe. Standing 6’9”, this athletic forward has been making the rounds in Denmark, after a breakthrough summer, helping his Under-18 national team reach the final of the European Championship – Division B.
Roy Rana is a very familiar name in the NBA circles. Currently, an assistant in Sacramento, born and raised in Canada and also half Indian, Rana is a mix that proves how much the game has become global in every aspect. And it’s only fitting that he is coaching for the 10th straight year in the Nike Hoops Summit. Just before the big game Rana talked to Eurohoops Scouting about his background, the game and also the future of international basketball.
Leonardo was born on July 16, 2003, in Monza, a city in the Lombardy region of Italy. He played youth basketball at College Borgomanero where he also made his pro debut in the 2019/20 season in the C Gold championship.
Born on June 21st, 2003 from a Colombian father and a Spanish mother, Michael Caicedo has quickly become one of the hottest names in the international basketball landscape. Originally from Inca, a city in the central-north part of Mallorca, Caicedo took youth competitions by storm, winning individual and team awards.