The travel ball season is a pivotal time for high school prospects. For most younger players, it serves as a litmus test to compare an individual’s game to their peers. On the other hand, upperclassmen are expected to utilize this time to showcase their capabilities and earn college opportunities for themselves. There’s a constant battle for scholarships and very few are being extended. However, someone like Bishop Boswell (Myers Park/Team CP3) has already taken full advantage of the first two LIVE periods to separate himself from others. The likes of Charlotte, George Mason, Georgetown, and Xavier have each gotten involved with the two-way guard prospect, but it still feels like just the start of his breakout summer.

Currently leading Team CP3 in points, rebounds, and assists, it’s difficult to say anything other than positives about Boswell’s game. In two EYBL sessions, he’s averaging 14.3 PPG, 6.5 RPG, and 5.3 APG with 54/41/85 shooting splits in 26.8 MPG. He also ranks fourth in assists per game and 15th in rebounds per game across the entire Nike Circuit. Other guys have generated a ton of buzz, and rightfully so, but it feels like not enough people are talking about Boswell. He’s proven to be one of the most adaptable, yet productive players in the state—and now across the EYBL. They’ve rebounded extremely well as a committee, which explains their league-leading mark, but it certainly doesn’t hurt to get a healthy chunk of that from Boswell. He simply knows how to lead by example while doing the dirty work and setting the tone on both ends of the floor. Add in his IQ, athleticism, and malleable identity, and it honestly feels like not enough schools have gotten involved. He’s collected nine offers over the last calendar year (which is certainly a lot nowadays), but more high-major programs would be wise to pursue someone who can produce and mesh with any collection of teammates. 

While it’s all about getting an opportunity to advance to the next level and earn free schooling, someone like Boswell has earned the right to have options. Between the remaining summer months and his senior season at Myers Park, don’t be surprised if he adds another dozen offers by this time next year. Given everything he’s shown, it’s easy to say that he would fit pretty much anywhere in the country.