The new 2024 Palmetto State Rankings have been posted once again. Who are some players that fall under the category as Stock-Risers? Well, we have your answer right here on your #1 source for basketball coverage in the Palmetto State.…
The new 2024 Palmetto State Rankings have been posted once again. Who are some players that fall under the category as Stock-Risers? Well, we have your answer right here on your #1 source for basketball coverage in the Palmetto State. #RecruitThePalmettoState
Brown and the Bruins will be playing in the post season this time around. Jamarie really does a nice job of elevating up on his shot and playing from the mid-range. He has a good quick release from the perimeter. The Bruins currently (14-11) secured a #2 spot from the region heading into the playoffs. Brown is currently 14.5 ppg this season.
Musa is a slender-sleek guard who really does a nice job of playing out on top controlling the game. He really does a nice job of touching the paint and getting his teammates involved in the game. Muriithi has been a consistent player time after time for the Blazers in the Upstate. Musa recently turned in a 40-point game vs Chesnee. The Blazers look to cruising onto the playoffs next week.
Turner and the Eagles have been rolling all season long and our #2 ranked team in SCISA Class 3A according to Prep Hoops. Qayden brings good versatility to the floor with his ability to score from 3 levels. He really likes to go to work around the baseline at times. Turner can knockdown the perimeter or mid-range jumper when he’s getting to the cup. Qayden constantly remains active on both ends of the floor where he can manufacture results on both ends of the floor.
Pretty isn’t always Pretty around the basket for the Blazers. Jayden likes to play the game with some competitive spirit and edge. He looks to go to work inside the paint and really does a nice job of absorbing contact along the way. Jayden can finish with a soft jump hook or just on effort working through traffic at times. The closer to the basket he’s the most effective he’s for the Blazers.
Carr has really made good strides this season for the Panthers. Darius is a paint player, and it shows with his production around the basket. He does a nice job of finishing with his left-hand at times when called upon to do so. Darius has a knack for blocking shots especially with his left-hand. He tends to play bigger than his size around the basket. Carr is averaging 15.2 ppg, 9.4 rebounds and 2.3 blocks this season for the Panthers.
Burton is just starting to figure out somethings for the Barons. Daniel is a live body with good length around the basket. He runs the floor very nicely and at times will come up with a block or two on the defensive end. Burton can be a nice rim-runner down the road while showing quick leaping ability at times.
Daniel still must get stronger and work through contact at times. Burton plays in the SCISA ranks with Wilson Hall over in Sumter. Daniel is averaging 10.7 ppg, 9 rebounds and 3 blocks this season.
Can Burton and the Barons make some noise in the post season next week for Head Coach Rip Ripley?