Reynolds Escher 42 State 6 Pos 6'0" | PG | 2025 St. Francis | AOT With Jase McCullough Jase McCullough 6'2″ | CG Pebblebrook | 2023 State GA and Ahmad Clark Ahmad Clark 6'6″ | SF Grayson | 2024 State…
Withand out the door, will likely see a major role increase which I believe he’s ready for. Escher is a gritty point guard with IQ beyond his years. He likes to push the pace but also plays with a level of patience that you love to see in a lead guard. Defensively, Escher is active on-ball and plays the passing lanes well. should be the main attraction at St. Francis this year and garner lots of attention.
Now in his junior year Weber, Harry Kitey will look to take another step in his development and become more dominant as Weber’s offensive catalyst. Kitey’s combination of size and shooting allow him to play either a wing or a stretch forward. On the defensive end, Kitey plays hard and grabs a lot of rebounds. Kitey doesn’t receive near the attention that he should, largely in part because he spent the summer playing internationally. He also boasts a 4.4 GPA and 31 ACT so I wouldn’t be surprised if some high-academic schools enter the picture this year.
was one of my favorite 2025 prospects that I scouted this summer, largely because of his feel for the game and well-rounded skillset. Joyner provides a viable scoring option on the wing for Savannah and should see a lot more minutes in his sophomore year. He shoots it well from deep and can score at all 3 levels. Joyner is also a capable playmaker, penetrating gaps in the defense and finding the open teammate. is definitely a 2025 prospect to track over the next few years.
Alfonzo Ross is a tough, hard-nosed point guard that’s primed for a big senior year at Woodville Tompkins. Ross had an impressive outing at the SH Report Jamboree earlier this month, knocking down several 3s and facilitating the offense at a high level. He does an excellent job of getting his eyes downcourt in transition and quickly hitting the open man. Ross holds offers from Maryville and Voorhees but his list should continue to grow.
could be in for a big year after showing a lot of growth this summer. Social Circle will look to overturn last year’s senior-heavy roster and they’ll likely count on as their new leader. He’s an explosive guard that can get to the hole and has really grown into a more confident shooter this offseason. He impacts the game in nearly every facet: rebounding, defense, playmaking, etc. is a name that could rise on a lot of boards come March.