Cole Anthony Biography, Age, Family, Career, Decision, Highlights and Net Worth.


Cole Anthony Biography

Cole Anthony is an American basketball player for Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia. Cole Anthony is a five-star recruit and is considered one of the top players in the 2019 class. On April 23, 2019, Cole committed to play college basketball at the University of North Carolina.
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Cole Anthony Age

Cole Hinton Anthony born on May 15, 2000, and he will be turning 19 years old come May 15th this year 2019. He stands at a height of 1.91m which is 6feet and 3 inches tall. He has a body weight of 185lbs which is 84kg, he has an athletic body build.

Cole Anthony Family and Life

Anthony was born in Portland, Oregon to Crystal McCrary and National Basketball Association (NBA) player Greg Anthony. As a toddler, he moved to Manhattan, New York. By the time he was in fourth grade, Anthony was playing pick-up basketball at local parks, often seeking out older opponents

Cole Anthony Father

His father has served as an NBA analyst alongside other former NBA players like Charles Barkley.
Gregory Carlton Anthony is an American former National Basketball Association player who is a television analyst for NBA TV and Turner Sports. Anthony also contributes to Yahoo! Sports as a college basketball analyst and serves as a co-host/analyst on SiriusXM NBA Radio.

Cole Anthony Mother

Mrs Crystal McCrary McGuire; this beautiful lady is the proud and amazing mother of college basketball player Cole Anthony the 6’3″ point guard who committed to the University of North Carolina.
Crystal married former NBA guard, Greg Anthony; he is the father of her two children Cole born on May 15, 2000, and Ella (born in 2002) the 5’8″ point guard and a junior at Horace Mann.
After she divorces Anthony, Crystal got married to Raymond Jeffrey McGuire, and she now goes by the name Crystal McCrary McGuire.
Photo of Cole’s Parents, sister and his step-brother.

Cole Anthony Career 

Cole Anthony High school Career

Anthony began playing high school basketball as a freshman with Archbishop Molloy High School in Briarwood, New York. He was a teammate of Moses Brown, a McDonald’s All-American selection. After his junior season, Anthony was named to the USA Today All-USA Third Team.
While attending Molloy, he was also a key player for the PSA Cardinals on the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) circuit. For his senior season, Anthony transferred to Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia.  He was named the most valuable player (MVP) of the 2019 McDonald’s All-American Game after totalling 14 points, five rebounds and seven assists

Cole Anthony National team Career

Anthony played for the United States under-18 basketball team at the 2018 FIBA Under-18 Americas Championship. He helped his team win the gold medal and was named to the all-tournament team.

Cole Anthony Decision

For years, Cole Anthony was billed as The One. The latest, after a hiatus, in a long list of elite New York City point guards. He had the pedigree and the support system in place. He had the inner drive and needed athletic gifts.
On Tuesday the 23rd April 2019, morning, he took a major step toward reaching the incredibly high expectations that have been set for him, announcing his commitment to North Carolina and coach Roy Williams, joining a select club of local stars who were good enough to land a scholarship to wear the powder blue of the powerhouse ACC school.
“I always wanted to play on the highest level,” the 6-foot-3 Anthony, the son of former Knicks guard and NBA broadcaster Greg Anthony, told The Post. “They have a winning culture, and I want to be a part of it.”
“It’s a validation of all of his work he’s been putting in,” said his mother, Crystal McCrary-McGuire. “It’s the next step in his journey.”
Anthony, a consensus top-three prospect in the country, picked the Tar Heels over Notre Dame, Georgetown and Oregon. He praised the recruiting efforts of all the schools that doggedly chased him, and in particular raved about the relationships he built with Oregon assistant coach Mike Mennenga, Notre Dame’s Mike Brey and Georgetown’s Patrick Ewing, his father’s former Knicks teammate and a close family friend.
Ultimately, though, North Carolina’s winning tradition, style of play and the bond he built with Williams won out. Anthony wanted to play for a coach who would push him to excel, but also whom he felt comfortable with, and Williams possessed both of those characteristics.
“I just think he’s a really genuine guy,” said Anthony, from the Upper West Side. “He cares about all of his players. He’s more than a terrific coach. He’s a great person.”
Anthony will arrive at North Carolina as one of the most decorated New York City point guards in years, the MVP of the McDonald’s All-American Game and Jordan Brand Classic who averaged a triple-double at national prep powerhouse Oak Hill Academy (Va.).
He won a gold medal with Team USA’s U-18 team in the FIBA Americas, was part of the all-tournament team and was the regular-season MVP of the AAU Nike Elite Youth Basketball League.
As a sophomore, he led Catholic school Archbishop Molloy in Queens to its first title game appearance in 17 years, and as a senior starred for Oak Hill against a national schedule featuring the country’s best prospects.
“He’s maybe the most complete guard I ever recruited at this stage of his career, and I think he can get better,” Williams said in a phone interview. “That’s the fun part.”
Williams first saw Anthony the summer after his freshman year, and North Carolina began making a big push last spring. Every time Williams watched him, Anthony improved something new in his game, making a previous weakness a strength. Williams sees attributes of some of his best lead guards in Anthony: Marcus Paige’s clutch gene, Ty Lawson’s speed with the ball and Kendall Marshall’s savvy.
“He’s got a great mixture right now,” Williams said. “And the two qualities I like more than anything are his brains and his heart.”
He’s a unique talent, the best lead guard the city has produced in quite some time, at least since Hornets All-Star guard Kemba Walker. Oak Hill coach Steve Smith has coached nine point guards who have played in the NBA and considers Anthony a talent comparable to the likes of Rajon Rondo, Brandon Jennings and Lawson at the same age. Most impressive to Smith, though, are Anthony’s work habits.
When he gave the team off on Saturdays, Anthony would be playing pick-up games with regular students. His family basically has to tie him to the couch to make him take a day off. He frequently spends his free time honing his skills with NBA trainer Chris Brickley.
“He doesn’t just want to be a pro, he wants to be a great pro,” Smith said. “He doesn’t think he’s a finished product, which is a good thing. I’ve seen guys with his ability never reach the level you think they’re going to reach because they didn’t work enough. He’s the dead opposite of that.
“I’ve never had a point guard rebound as he does, I’ll tell you that,” Smith added.
For years, Anthony has had a bulls-eye on his back. The famous last name and the lofty ranking haven’t always been easy to live up to. He’s dealt with criticism and social media backlash.
But he’s done his best to avoid the pitfalls that have trapped so many New York City phenoms. Unlike so many of his predecessors who were labelled “can’t miss” prospects at a young age, he’s only getting better. Anthony hasn’t plateaued or regressed. His commitment to North Carolina is just the latest example.
“I really don’t look into the hype,” he said. “I put in so much work, I don’t feel it at this point. I’ve had pressure on my back for a while. At this point, it’s another part of the game I have to deal with.”
It will only increase from here. The one-and-done hype is attached to him. Fans expect Final Fours at North Carolina. He will be closely compared to Coby White, the North Carolina star freshman guard who is headed to the NBA as a likely top-10 draft pick. Then again, nobody expects more from Cole Anthony than himself.
“As a freshman,” he said, “my No. 1 goal is to get to the Final Four.”

Cole Anthony Highlights

Cole Anthony highlights from his game in Lexington

Cole Anthony, a senior at Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia, committed Tuesday morning to play basketball at the University of North Carolina. He was one of the top prospects in the country.
He averaged 18 points a game to go along with 9.8 rebounds and 9.5 assists per game for Oak Hill. He had narrowed his choices to North Carolina, Oregon, Notre Dame and Georgetown before making this selection live on ESPN’s Get Up.
The 6-foot-3, 185-pound guard was named co-MVP of the Jordan Brand Classic this past weekend, scoring 25 points to lead all scorers.
In January, Anthony played in Lexington as part of the Rock the Ribbon Roundball Classic. Below is a video of Oak Hill. Starting at 25 seconds there are several goods Anthony plays from the game at Rockbridge County High School.

Cole Anthony Net Worth

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Cole Anthony Awards

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Cole Anthony Facts

Cole Anthony is one of the top college basketball recruits in the 2019 class. The McDonald’s All-American has narrowed his college choices down and plans to commit in early April.
Here are five things to know about Anthony.

Five Things To Know About Cole Anthony

1. He’s Greg Anthony’s son
Cole is the son of Crystal McGary and former NBA player Greg Anthony.
Greg was an NBA player from 1991 through 2002 after the New York Knicks made him a first-round pick out of UNLV. He won an NCAA title with the Runnin’ Rebels in 1990, and his jersey has been retired by the program. Anthony currently works for CBS and Turner Sports.
2. He’s a top recruit
Anthony is one of the top recruits in the country. He ranks as the fourth overall prospect on the 247Sports Composite and is the top combo guard. He has also been considered one of the top 15 players in his recruiting class since mid-2016.
His appearance at the upcoming McDonald’s All-American Game is highly anticipated.
3. He plays for Oak Hill Academy
Despite being born in Portland, Anthony grew up in Manhattan and went to Archbishop Molloy High School until his junior year. He was named a third-team All-American by USA Today and subsequently transferred to basketball power Oak Hill Academy for his senior season.
Oak Hill is currently ranked ninth in the USA Today Sports Super 25 expert rankings. The Warriors are 36-4 this season and are set to play in the Geico Nationals in April.
4. North Carolina is favoured to land him
Anthony has narrowed his college choice down to North Carolina, Oregon, Wake Forest, Georgetown and Notre Dame.
The Tar Heels lead for his services on 247’s Crystal Ball projections. Lead expert Evan Daniels put in a pick for North Carolina in February, while Jerry Meyer picked UNC back in October.
Oregon has a few picks in the Crystal Ball section too, but it’s clear the Tar Heels are out front.
5. His highlights are insane
Anthony can clearly ball. In fact, his senior year highlight tape is pretty incredible