The DDN has an interesting article on Harvest Prep, too: http://www.daytondailynews.com/dayto...a-1118354.html
"Ten years ago, televangelist Rod Parsley's college team — then known as World Harvest Bible College — was trouncing almost every junior college and small four-year school it played, so I went over to do a story on this supposedly wondrous new basketball power.
It turned out the school was using a bunch of ringers.
World Harvest was led by Alvin Mobley, a 6-foot-8 shot-blocking, tomahawk-dunking, long-range shooting star who one rival — Randy Lincicome, now a Wittenberg assistant, but back then the head coach at OSU-Newark — called “a giant among kids.”
And Mobley was just that.
Prior to coming to World Harvest as a so-called “college player,” he had played briefly at three other colleges in Florida and New York and then embarked on a long pro career that included stints with Quad Cities in the Continental Basketball Association, the Wisconsin Blast in the International Basketball Association and tours in pro leagues in Portugal, Holland, Austria and Mexico, where he said he averaged 39 points a game and was the league MVP."