Taking a look at some of the top small forwards in Wisconsin’s 2023 class: Milan Momcilovic Milan Momcilovic 6'8" | SF Pewaukee | 2023 State #44 Nation WI — Pewaukee Ranked as the top prospect in Wisconsin’s 2023 class, Momcilovic…
Taking a look at some of the top small forwards in Wisconsin’s 2023 class:
Ranked as the top prospect in Wisconsin’s 2023 class, Momcilovic is coming off an incredible AAU season. The Iowa State commit made national headlines for his play on the Nike EYBL Circuit this past summer. As a scorer, the small forward is uber-talented. He has a really pretty fade-away jumper and is also very good as a finisher at the rim. The SF has all of the tools necessary to become an elite scorer at the college level. Expect Momcilovic to have a huge senior season at Pewaukee.
— Milwaukee Hamilton
One of the top remaining uncommitted prospects in Wisconsin’s 2023 class, Burch is a player who has made impressive strides in his game. The Milwaukee Hamilton standout is dynamite with the ball in his hands. He is very good at getting downhill and finishing tough layups at the rim. When Burch heats up, there are not many defenders who can successfully slow him down.
Sherwood made some huge strides this past AAU season. Playing for a very talented Wisconsin Crusaders squad, Sherwood was able to have some really impressive moments. The small forward is an outstanding catch-and-shoot shooter from beyond the three-point line. Sherwood’s ability to stretch the floor puts a lot of pressure on opposing defenders. I think Sherwood is a can’t-miss prospect for college coaches looking for a small forward.
— Appleton East
At the college level, I think that Glaser is the type of prospect that can really impact winning. The Appleton East standout is a grinder. It doesn’t matter what situation he is in, the small forward is always giving one hundred-percent effort. He rebounds really well, plays tough defense, can score at the rim, and has no problem making all of the hustle plays that are required for winning. I have really come to like Glaser’s game over the years, and I expect him to have a great college career.
— Cuba City
Look for Lucey to be a sleeper this season for Cuba City. The 6-foot-4 small forward is a dead-eye shooter from three who can also put the ball on the floor and score well in isolation. Playing for one of the best AAU programs in Wisconsin Swing, Lucey was able to raise his stock significantly this past spring/summer. Look for Lucey to have a big-time senior season. If I were a college coach, I would certainly take a good look at the Cuba City SF.
— Bay Port
Just going off what I have seen with my own eyes, Vandervest is a guy that should probably be garnering some more college interest. The Bay Port prospect is a lot of fun to watch. Around the rim, Vandervest is a real problem for opposing defenders. He is a great athlete who can score in the paint at will. This past AAU season, Vandervest played against some top-level competition and more than held his own. I am eagerly anticipating Vandervest’s senior season.