Two D1 Gunslingers Out New Mexico Way

How many backcourts on the summer circuit will rival Danny Granger’s D1 Ambassadors based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico next spring? Two interchangeable, and also complimentary players in 2013 G 6’3″ Bryce Alford of Albuquerque La Cueva and 2013 G 6’4″ Cullen Neal of Albuquerque Eldorado are a couple of 2013’s top prospects.

Cullen Neal with Coach Max Ivany on his unofficial visit to Arizona State last week.

Opening night of the New Mexico High School Season, Neal drops 40 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists in a win as his talented Eldorado squad. Meanwhile, Alford will be called upon to carry La Cueva this year and it looks like he’s up to the challenge as he lit it up for 44 in an overtime win over Cibola, 78-74.

2013 G Bryce Alford of Albuquerque LaCueva dropped 44 (Photo Compliments of Rivals New Mexico)

It doesn’t seem to bother or pressure these two hoopers that they have famous basketball fathers: Coach Steve Alford (New Mexico Head Coach and Indiana Hoosiers legend) and Craig “Noodles” Neal (New Mexico Associate Head Coach and Georgia Tech star/Toronto Raptors Assistant).

It’s going to be a great year for both young men during the high school season and then it’s going to be a blast watching them do their thing on the circuit with Danny Granger’s D1 Ambassadors. We will be looking at making three impact out of state additions to this New Mexico based team. If you are interested you must fit the criteria. 6’6″ or bigger wing/forward position or 6’8″ or better true post man. You can reside in the neighboring States of Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma or Arizona.- Contact Coach Max Ivany. 512-791-5455

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