MAIT 2023: Top 5 Prospects in Class of 2024
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The Montverde Academy Invitational Tournament is approaching and Prep Hoops Florida is taking a deeper dive at the top five prospects to watch in each class. Today, we will begin by revealing our top prospects to watch in the senior…
The Montverde Academy Invitational Tournament is approaching and Prep Hoops Florida is taking a deeper dive at the top five prospects to watch in each class. Today, we will begin by revealing our top prospects to watch in the senior class. Six teams from across the nation will be battling for some hardware at the end of the week.
The 6-8 junior forward is one of the best perimeter shooters you will see at this year’s Montverde Academy Invitational Tournament, as he is shooting at a 47 percent clip from beyond the arc this season. The Texas native has received offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Florida State, Indiana and several others. He is coming off the Hoophall Classic where he averaged 11.5 points per game and shot 48 percent from the field.
The 6-5 junior guard is a walking bucket and has a smooth touch averaging 18.0 points per game and can play multiple positions on the offensive end. Campbell also holds offers from Boise State, Stanford, USC, Washington State among several others.
The 6-6 junior guard is one of the most hard-nose defenders you may find in this week’s Montverde Academy Invitational Tournament. He has also picked up offers from Loyola Marymount, Nevada, Portland and several others just this season. He can also score at all three levels as he is a great two-way guard.
The 6-9 junior has provided a high motor this season for the Montverde Academy Eagles as he provides a lob threat and is a solidified rim protector. He is coming off a huge performance at the Hoophall Classic where he averaged 19.0 points and 6.0 rebounds per game, where the Eagles went 2-0 with wins over La Lumiere (Indiana) and Sunrise Christian (Kansas).
The 6-9 power forward is long and athletic, he can also guard multiple positions on the defensive side. He is averaging 15.7 points, 10.7 rebounds and is shooting 52 percent from the field this season. He tied a season-high recording 3 blocks in a game back on January 17, which resulted in a 58-45 win over De La Salle. Johnson is currently committed to the University of Illinois.