The Christmas Wish List never ends for a college basketball program. Who are some Combo Forwards in the 2023 Palmetto State that programs should be following this holiday season. Make sure to shop and recruit local here in the Palmetto…
The Christmas Wish List never ends for a college basketball program. Who are some Combo Forwards in the 2023 Palmetto State that programs should be following this holiday season. Make sure to shop and recruit local here in the Palmetto State. #RecruitThePalmettoState
Crawford is a slender-sleek rim protector on the floor. Brandon can alter and challenge shots on the defensive end of the floor. Brandon feels comfortable knocking down an elbow jumper from time to time. He runs the floor well to fill the lane in transition while flushing down a few along the way. Wichita State offered Crawford back earlier this summer.
Ringgold made the move to the Upstate this past season from the State of Louisiana. Tyler brings good versatility to the floor for the Lions. Prep Hoops first saw Tyler running this past July down in Augusta, GA with Max Levels Elite AAU. Tyler can knockdown the perimeter jumper or attack the rack at times from the wing.
Parker just brings TOUGHNESS to the floor for the Falcons and Head Coach Ed Scott. Chris does his best work around the paint area while cleaning up on the glass at times. He brings a great nose for the ball and a willingness to work down low on the block at times while defending a bigger post player. Parker is a TWEENER on the floor and really thrives from 8-10 feet to the basket.
Hall is a new name in the Palmetto State since year after coming over from Vertical Academy in Charlotte, NC. Tim is a Lexington, KY native who now attends Westminster Catawba up in Rock Hill. Hall plays bigger than his size at times on the floor and has no problems finishing over big post players. He brings good athleticism to the floor and a willingness to knockdown some perimeter jumpers. Hall plays logs a lot of minutes and rarely leaves the floor for the Indians at times.
Stevens and the Landsharks find themselves down in Class 2A this season. Malachi at times could be an ideal run-jump-athlete who fills the lane in transition. He has a nice perimeter stroke to keep defenders honest. Malachi has a long and rangy wingspan where he can be active in the passing lanes while picking up some deflections along the way.
Wilkins has expanded his game some to a nice short corner jumper from time to time. Jamarcus plays well around the paint and does a good job of being a rim protector from time to time. Wilkins is a quick leaper who has the ability to be disruptive on the defensive end of the floor. Jamarcus runs the floor well and has no problems posting up down on the block. He always looks to be active on both sides of the court.
Coleman has really showed some good flashes over the years to be a rim-runner at the rim. Tydriez and the Red Devils will look to try and go out with a bang this season in Class 1A. Coleman won a Class 1A State Championship has a freshman back in March 2020. Coleman still must add some weight and get stronger down the road. Watch out for him to stalk the baseline from time to time and collect some buckets on just putbacks for the Red Devils.