6'0 '19 PG Alex Kelehear
Interest: Lee, Piedmont, GCSU, Covenant
Offers: Maryville, Ferrum
Kelebear is a true PG that makes this team run at a high level. Depending on the game/matchup,
he is capable of scoring or distributing, depending on what the game calls for. He shoots the ball
from three-point range at a strong clip and has a very high basketball IQ.

6'8 '19 SF Austin Sloan
Interest: Rice, Presbyterian, Campbell, Lipscomb, Flagler, GCSU, Colby, Maryville, Sewanee,
Roanoke, Emory and Henry, Swarthmore, Newberry
Sloan is long, athletic, and consistently plays above the rim. That being said, he's also very
capable of stepping out and being a consistent threat from three-point territory. Sloan needs to
add some weight, but is already extremely skilled for his size.

6'3 '19 SG Jordan Krueger
Interest: Air Force, Alabama-Huntsville, GCSU, Maryville, Piedmont, Hampden-Sydney
Krueger is one of the best three-point shooters from Georgia in the Class of 2019. He's a high-IQ
player on the court and equally as intelligent in the classroom (3.6GPA, 1360 SAT). He has
made strides as a defender and has been the premiere defender on our team, guarding the best
opposing player all spring.

6'1 '20 CG Jack Kostel
Interest: American University, Alabama-Huntsville, Newberry, GCSU, Georgia State, Drake,
Kostel has done a great job so far this spring at the guard position, making his mark and
constantly bringing energy. He is a true PG, but also has a wide arsenal of scoring capabilities.
He does a great job handling the ball against pressure; Kostel can get into the paint often and
doubles as a very consistent three-point point shooter. He's an extremely smart and crafty player
certainly worth keeping an eye on.

6'4 '19 SF Jon Morgan
Interest: Presbyterian, UNC-Pembroke, Maryville, Ferrum
Morgan is attending prep school and will be reclassifying into the Class of 2019. Coach Samach
claims 'Morgan is quite possibly the most athletic kid I've ever coached.' The wing prospect
consistently plays above the rim. He's nearly impossible to stop when he gets downhill and
towards the basket. Morgan has an improving perimeter game, but has already shown signs of
quality ball-handling skills.

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