With the hopes of high school basketball being played in New York this year. Here are seven players in the future class of 2024. We had an earlier report out, on other top players for 2024 class. Titled” an early…
With the hopes of high school basketball being played in New York this year. Here are seven players in the future class of 2024. We had an earlier report out, on other top players for 2024 class. Titled” an early look at class of 2024”. In it we spotlighted Ian Jackson, Nas Simmons, Eric Mejia . Check it out if you would like to see more future stars to go along with these players.
Malik Wilson St. Edmunds has a 5”6 guard to rely on for the next 4 years. He can create for himself and others. High IQ for this young player. He is a flat out scorer. He can knock down shots from all spots on the floor. Also has a nice floater in the lane.
Jordan Boreman St. Edmunds adds another young player to their young group already. They are putting together a nice nucleus. Jordan is a 6”2 athletic player. Sees the floor really well. Has a great skill set and is a tremendous passer. Looks to be a star in the making.
Howard Eisley Jr. a 6”1 combo guard bring his talent and bloodlines to Stepinac HS. The son of Michigan assistant and former NBA player Howard Eisley. A very confident player. Plays hard every possession and his extremely aggressive on both sides of the floor. He can finish through contact and very good on the ball defender.
Carlos Rodriquez another combo guard for the perennial powerhouse Stepinac program. At 6”3 he can present match up problems for defenses. A crafty, tough guard. Skilled beyond his years. A true scorer.
Johnuel Fland is a 6”2 typical N Y point guard. He can be your pass first lead guard or get you 25. High skill set and possesses unlimited range from three. Brings a tremendous motor and high IQ to Stepinac HS.
Jacob Hogarth Stepinac HS will add this 6”8 skilled wing player with a high energy motor to their program. He can finish above the rim but can also step out to 18 feet and drill it. Has the potential to be one of the best by the time he’s a senior.
Taj Walters a 6”3 guard will add another piece to Stepinac HS. A skilled wing player can handle the ball and finish at the rim. Can knock down shots 15 feet and in.