East Coast Talent: Class of 2027
Here is a group of hoopers out East that we need to watch. Jamal McKnight Jr || Maryland Likely the best player in the class as of right now and for the past few years he has been at the…
Here is a group of hoopers out East that we need to watch.
Jamal McKnight Jr || Maryland
Likely the best player in the class as of right now and for the past few years he has been at the top of his class because he has such a mature game,. Jamal can get buckets from all over. Look for him to continue ot turn heads and solidify him being such a big time prospect in the Class of 2027.
Anthony Mauro || New Jersey
Catch and shoot bucket giver as he displays that smooth lefty game. He could turn into one of the best two way players out there in his class as he stays active on defense with active hands on the ball and he stays in those lanes as well. That left to right cross is quick and effective as he sets it up well with that change of speed dribbling and even with him getting from one level to the next on the dribble he gets out of his dribble and downhill quickly.
David Capolot || West Virginia
Really solid all around player that uses his tools. he has a rip and go that is elite and he gets in the lane and creates. Really like his vision and awareness when he is on the attack. He does a good job of using his length to cover defenders. On the break he fills lanes and is always a threat.
Johnny Magna || New York
Quick shifty player that can get by defenders. Has a great outside shot as well. Plays on a talented Ivy Team. Johnny has some sauce to his game, those hesi-drives and pulls are nice.
Adriel Cantave || Massachussets
Another lefty kid with speed and shooting ability. Lights out shooter that you cannot leave open.
TT Gibson || North Carolina
TT has a super tough ISO game. Kinda reminds me of the way Steph plays with the ball before he shoots but in TT’s case he is going to the rack more than he shoots. Shifty to the rim as he has a variety of moves to avoid defenders. Plays through contact and just finds ways to make those tough buckets.
Teeshon Smith || New York
Teeshon has a solid game and he is a bucket getter. He can score in the perimeter from all over and he is a tough cover because he scores from all over the floor so he is hard to really stifle.
Troy Tomlin || Maryland
This kid has size and athleticism that allows him to play above the rim. He is an attacking wing that finds ways to get to the the cup and finish. He is already a standout 3 guard that can handle the ball. Defensively he can switch 1-5 and he is a shot blocker. Great two way player.
Alex Mazzella || New Jersey
Another kid running with The Ivy Lions and this kid has a handle as a primary ball handler he knows how to create space and has the moves to get by defenders.