5’11 2021 Khalil Marshall: WCBA 16U

Marshall is a bonafide problem playing up an age group with a really talented WCBA 16U group and he can kill you from either guard spot.  he knows how to run a team as a score first player without settling for bad shots, yet still finding a way to get buckets at will, and he can play off the ball doing a great job moving without it in his hands at all times while still staying 100% engaged with the game.  Coaches NEED to have this guy on their watchlist now before it’s too late.

6’5 2020 Jalen King Joiner: Team Wall Marion SE

Joiner is the classic high intangibles wing that can flat out jump out of the gym and defend at an incredibly high level.  He does a great job finding the little things to do that help his team win and that’s why he’s an extremely coveted high level D2/low-mid D1 prospect.  He brings a contagious positive energy to a team that cannot go understated.  Look for him to have a monster year with High Point Christian next year.

6’2 2020 Luke Stankavage: Hoop State Elite 2020

Stankavage is in the conversation for the HoopState’s best 2020 marksman and just one viewing of him will show you why.  He has in the gym range with an ability to create with one or two dribbles while bringing a level of intensity and mental toughness that every good shooter needs.  He was offered by the old staff at Western Carolina, but i fully expect him to get a few offers over the course of the high school season, he’s clearly capable.

6’7 2020 Jefferson Boaz: Hoop State Elite 2020

Boaz is one of those kids that seemingly never makes any major mistakes.  He’s a true combo big that can score from all three levels and doesn’t get too comfortable on the perimeter or inside.  Despite being able to shoot at a high level, he doesn’t fall in love with his jumper, consistently using one of his skillsets to open up the other.  He is a D1 worthy player in my opinion that can become a star in the right system.