Marvin Begley III is the No. 1 high school basketball recruit in the country for the class of 2018, and subsequently he's secured scholarship offers from UCLA, Duke, Arizona, and Kentucky. When it comes to schools stopping by a year before going pro, that's not a bad list.
As the No. 1 player in the U.S. it's safe to say that he's probably had many, many glorious moments in his prep career that have come at the expense of the pride of an opponent. However, just a few days ago at an AAU tournament in Los Angeles, he was on the business end of such a moment, and it happened to occur against a three-star recruit named Nahziah Carter, who also happens to be Jay Z's nephew. Because of that it's been deemed viral worthy.
Nahziah is the son of Hov's older brother, Eric. As the 328th ranked player in the country (still not bad at all) he had previously committed to Dayton before opting out of there after their coach, Archie Miller, upgraded to becoming Indiana's coach this past March. Carter is yet to find a new team, though according to 24/7 his offer list includes invitations to join Georgetown, NC State, Penn State, and Washington, among others. Whoever lands him will probably have an A-lister stop by the stands at some point in the future, which can't be bad for recruiting:
Your move college coaches.