We introduce our updated Class of 2024 rankings!! Rankings are subjective and PrepHoops.com ranks purely upon potential and where the player will be at their basketball peak. Production factors in only when helping prove the potential is greater or lesser. …
We introduce our updated Class of 2024 rankings!! Rankings are subjective and PrepHoops.com ranks purely upon potential and where the player will be at their basketball peak. Production factors in only when helping prove the potential is greater or lesser. Why did we rank these guys? Why are they at this spot? Take a look at five Class of 2024 prospects and learn a little about their reputation.
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Very, very explosive with borderline elite first-step quickness. Papillion is a player that virtually nobody knows outside of Clarksville and this is a shame. His physical attributes are enticing. For the Crossovers AAU team, KP was instrumental in their success all summer. It will take even more devotion to his craft and a laser-focused training regimen to get him there, but Papillion projects as a college basketball player. Level to be determined.
Jaceion is a very elegant, taller wing. He glides around the halfcourt with an uncommon grace for a rising junior hooper. Look for Coffey to be a breakout player this winter, possibly the best player out of Giles County in a decade. The summer season revealed him to be a wonderful one-on-one player with the ideal wing guard height. Facing weaker competition, at times, Coffey will dominate in December. Of this quintet Jaceion is the most likely to make a jump into the Top 40 by this time next year. He just has so much tangible skill at a height that most Tennessee wings just don’t have.
Colin is a pugnacious, skilled point guard. Unfortunately, he missed quite a bit of time in 2021-2022 with an injury. Historically, his ranking on PrepHoopsTN ranged from 25-53 and could see a climb in the coming months as he gets to re-establish his reputation. One limitation for his basketball Cookeville will be excellent in 2022-2023. They have a Mr. Basketball candidate inand multiple starters with years of starting experience. Ayers is one of them.
Extremely quick. Quick basketball mind too. Kylon is a guy that will completely tear up high school defenses for the next two years. He plays with such wonderful court awareness, even when the game is moving fast. Needs to add “good” weight and continue to fill out his chest/shoulders for the bruising battles to come after high school.
Murray is a mainstay in our rankings. He was skilled and strong physically early in his high school career. He earned playing time, and lots of it, for a reputable AAU program. And Munford High certainly afforded him an opportunity to play early and often, which made him a known talent early. If Murray was on a Bartlett High or perhaps Bearden High, then he would be an elite practice player with relative anonymity. That is not the case for him. Murray’s scoring confidence was needed and delivered for the last two years. Dependable. Poised. Mature game.