I don't like the trend, but it makes some sense to me that these basketball academies can offer more both in the high level of competition in practices and games, and in facilities, strength training, nutrition, etc. than a typical public high school. Ivey was at an Indiana powerhouse, so that makes it less of a jump up, but it still is one. We just saw a kid down here who would have swept the state awards and was already committed to a major program announce he was going to a basketball school in Florida for his senior year, but that made a little more sense. His high school wasn't exactly known for hoops.