6’1” Jalen Walker-Crawford
Asheville Christian (Swannanoa, NC)
Walker-Crawford’s game has come such a long way, even since July. He is a bonafide scoring guard, with the ability to handle the ball, get to all his spots and confidently rise up to knock down buckets. He is a strongly built, compact player who has good length and nice athleticism. Walker-Crawford is someone scholarship schools need to be taking a look at asap.
6’2” Nicolas Tybenn Sturm
Cabell Midland HS (Hurricane, WV)
This was our first viewing of Sturm and we all walked away impressed. Sturm plays with a great confidence in scoring the ball. He has good range on nice jump shot and a nice handle within the half court set. Sturm even opened eyes with the bounce to finish with a couple of two handed dunks in traffic. All in all, Sturm is a college level player, and one that scholarship schools should be taking a hard look at. With his skill set and his hard nosed and confident approach wins games.
6’3” Harris Barker
Sacred Heart School (Jackson, TN)
Barker first opened our eyes in the skills and drills work. He played, even in that setting, with an all out approach that won extra possessions. He showcased a nice jump shot off the catch as well as the ability to defend multiple positions. A possible 3 and D wing at the D3 level, Barker is a player you never have to worry about effort with, or his ability to knock down shots. He a good athlete to boot.