#119 6’7 2022 Tyler Nickel: Massanutten
Nickel is one of the more intriguing long term prospects in attendance today. He has legitimate explosion off of 1 or 2 feet and a perimeter skillset that makes your jaw drop. He’s a confident 3 level scorer, capable of posting up, attacking from the wing, or spotting up from deep for a catch and shoot 3. As he continues to learn how to apply his skillset and become more productive, expect his recruitment to take off in a major fashion. He just has way too many tools to ignore on both ends of the court.
#102 6’2 2023 John St Germain: The Miller School
This one put on a shot making clinic in his 2nd game of the day. Calling out defenders on iso’s and pulling up in the 1st half, and then using his quickness to get to the cup in the 2nd half. We saw him in the 2018 Battle At The Rock where he drilled a barrage of 3s as a spot up guy when he was in the 8th grade, and he’s only added to his bag of tricks since. He’s now proving to be a true combo guard, capable of running the team when needed and being a go to scoring option as well. There’s a lot to like with this young prospect and he should be a fun one to watch moving forward.
#110 6’4 2021 Jaden House: Middleburg High School
House is a big strong athlete that does a great job asserting himself on both ends of the floor. He loves to get out in transition and make big plays above the rim. His upside as a multi-positional defender is really high, he has the strength and athleticism to guard 4 positions at the high school level which makes him a versatile piece for any roster. His ability to initiate offense might be his must underrated quality, but the opposition will quickly realize that it’s legit. He holds a handful of LM-MM D1 offers and that list should increase steadily in the coming months.
#122 6’6 2023 Dennis Parker: John Marshall High School
Parker is another long term prospect to watch that showed some flashes of brilliance in today’s action. He’s a 6’6 guard that can shoot the ball with deep range, put it on the floor, and make plays that leave you impressed. There’s no doubt he’ll continue to develop under Ty White at John Marshall in the years to come. Expect Parker to become a commodity over the next 24 months among college coaches, there’s no doubt he has a chance to be special.
#121 6’11 2020 Alexander Glushkov: Blue Ridge School
Glushkov is a kid that’s relatively new to America and that could be why he’s vastly undervalued as a prospect. He’s a fundamentally sound 6’11 big that plays a productive and efficient brand of basketball. On offense finishes over both shoulders comfortably while also being a reliable catch and shoot option on the perimeter. Defensively he has quick reflexes, doing a great job filling passing lanes and creating deflections. Scholarship coaches in need of a true big should look no further, because you won’t find many more well rounded big men that Glushkov.