The 2025 Palmetto State Rankings have been UPDATED once again. Who were some players that fall under the category as Stock-Risers? Read more inside right here on your source for basketball coverage in the Palmetto State. Javion Crawford 35 State…
The 2025 Palmetto State Rankings have been UPDATED once again. Who were some players that fall under the category as Stock-Risers? Read more inside right here on your source for basketball coverage in the Palmetto State.
Crawford has a lot of talent and still hasn’t reached his potential yet on the hardwood. Javion patrols the paint for the Tigers down on the Grans Strand. He has the ability to run the floor, fill the lane and finish around the rim all in the same possession.
Javion shows to be a quick leaper and gives him a chance to alter and challenge shots around the cup. Can he help the Tigers make a deep run in the Lower State this season for Head Coach Mike Hopkins?
Schofield was a bit of a mystery this summer and now that has played out this fall. Cedric moved into the area last season and started to make an impact on the Grassroots Circuit with a local team from Columbia.
Cedric plays the game so well around the basket and really does a good job of grabbing rebounds and delivering buckets down low. Look for him to be an impact around the Midlands this season with his play.
Goodman saw good minutes last season as a freshman on the hardwood. Joshua has good size already and demeanor on the floor his age. He plays the game extremely hard and seems to be very coachable at all times.
Goodman can knockdown shots on the perimeter or set up a teammate with a quality pass while on the floor. Can this season’s Red Devils make one last run in the Lower State before merging schools in the years to come?
Tindal is a young man who really hasn’t even scratched the surface with his play. Teon plays down in the paint for the Knights and Head Coach Aric Samuel. He will look to get physical while playing with his back to the basket.
Teon is still a RAW talent and believe me still has his best hoops in front of him down the road for the Knights. Tindal made some good strides this summer on the high school and Grassroots Circuit with his play. Tindal is a true post player who actually embraces being inside the paint.