2024 Lewis Walker – UMass

Walker has been the definition of consistency on the court, as you know what you will be getting with him. Walker is a very intriguing forward with his body, his unique skillset, and his production at such a young age against big-time talent. He has shown that he can be effective in the paint, finishing strong in the post and through contact, but also put the ball on the floor and operate.  And he does it consistently. He announced on Sunday that he would be heading to UMass.

Could 2024 Lewis Walker be another Jayden Gardner-type prospect?

2024 Ari Fulton – NJIT

Fulton is another very intriguing player that brings a lot of upside and potential with his game, and is a tremendous steal for a program like NJIT. His long arms, fluid athleticism, and general explosiveness make him an incredibly difficult two-way matchup for most opponents. Adding in his toughness, high motor, and excellent nose for the ball, and Fulton can consistently impact the game without requiring a ton of offensive touches. That being said, he’s a quality finisher, slasher, and perimeter shooter with the necessary blend of IQ and ball skills to make plays off the bounce. Fulton also possesses high-level athleticism, defensive prowess, and rebounding instincts—leaving no facet of the game unaffected.

2024 DJ Shine – Murray State

Another Phenom Hoops player is off the board, as Shine also announced he would be heading to Murray State. Shine is a guard who shows his ability to hit big shot after big shot, creating space for himself, making plays off the dribble, and being a threat from multiple levels. Whether it is getting downhill and finishing over opponents, pulling up and knocking down shots, or showing his range. Shine has good speed and creates well for himself and others.