High School Basketball Prospects

Discussion in 'College Basketball' started by Jack Lambert, Apr 14, 2014.

  1. Deceptive Speed

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    Just found another uber-athletic white guard in Virginia Tech commit PG Hunter Cattoor 6'2 185 a finger 3-star prospect out of Orlando, FL. Ranked #72 PG in the nation Virginia Tech got them a huge steal, and one of the most underrated adds in the c/o 2019! Don't be surprised to see Cattoor starting for Virginia Texh by seasons end.
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  2. Shadowlight

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    News regarding Michigan and 2019 SF Franz Wagner should be announced soon. I sense he will commit but that is just guessing on my part. Or wishful thinking. He has NBA potential. Probably the third best white prospect in his class behind Mannion and Hurt.

    In other news two 2020 top 60 players have committed.

    6'5" combo guard Ethan Morton has picked Purdue. Morton is versatile and very skilled and is an exceptional team player who can really dish the rock.

    6'6" combo guard Justin Powell will be heading to Auburn of all places. Powell is athletic and also can contribute on the court in a variety of ways. He also is an excellent passer. Given his size and athleticism down the road Powell might someday get a crack at the NBA. But it is too soon to comment on that. It doesn't happen often but every once in a while a white player ranked outside the top 50 in high school can make it in the NBA. Kevin Huerter is a prime example of that.

    Powell is ranked number 60 by ESPN which is roughly where Huerter was rated when he was in high school. The point being Powell is a player to closely watch down the road.
     
  3. Shadowlight

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    Great news!! Franz Wagner will be playing at Michigan this season. Apparently the Moritz factor played a role.

    Franz is an even better prospect than his older brother Moritz. Franz is smaller and more of a SF type but he is the real deal. Athletic and energetic he should become an instant fan favorite.

    And the rare young white prospect who displays NBA potential already.

    This season three stud freshman prospects will be showcased and I am looking forward to it. Wagner joins Nico Mannion (Arizona) and Matthew Hurt ( Duke) as three legitimate exciting stars with bright futures. And most importantly NBA type talent.
     

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