Whenever you do a new set of rankings you always come across some Stock-Risers along the way. Who are these Stock-Risers from the 2024 Palmetto State class? Read more inside right here. Jeremaih McCain 29 State 6 Pos 6'3" |…
Whenever you do a new set of rankings you always come across some Stock-Risers along the way. Who are these Stock-Risers from the 2024 Palmetto State class? Read more inside right here.
McCain really started to show some signs this past summer with his play on good he could be down the road. Jeremaih needs to stay focus in the classroom and the court for the next level. McCain really excels in transition and at times getting the ball to the rack via downhill or stalking the baseline. Prep Hoops really thinks he could put the Demons in some serious games this season with some of the talent around him. This Lugoff-Elgin HS should really look improve this season.
Travis was great all spring and summer with his play from the backcourt. Stickney is a deceptive athlete who played up an age group with his local team the Low Country Storm. Travis will never backdown from a challenge on the floor. He finishes with both hands at the rack on a regular basis. Stickney can stick a nice mid-range jumper when he isn’t jumping on the floor for a loose ball or taking a charge on the defensive end.
Kavon is a LOAD at times down on the block in the paint. He can post up with his nice footwork or stop and face-up from a short distance. Chisholm rebounds the ball very well on both ends of the floor. He generally plays bigger than his size. Kavon a broad-shouldered player will carve out space and go to work when needed down low.
Chisholm is currently playing football for the Gators who are currently (8-1) in Class 1A heading into the last week of the regular season.
Green really showed improvement out every time we saw him play this summer on the Grassroots circuit. Michael is a long and very agile forward who can run the floor like a deer at times. Green will fill the lane in transition when he’s blocking and challenging shots on the defensive end. Michael will continue to play with his high MOTOR and surely should see his recruitment take off down the road.
Pfister is money at times from the short corner with his game. Jack will go to work down low and post up with his back to the basket. He won’t overwhelm you with a ton of athleticism, but he brings productivity to the front of the table. Jack score with either hand at the rim and generally keeps the ball up high after claiming it off the glass.
Jayden should see good minutes this season for the Blazers down low. Pretty has a good set of hands and soft touch around the cup. Jayden will run down the floor and beat bigger post players down to set up shop. He can play with his back to the basket. Look for Pretty to get tough this season for the Blazers.