A lot of players in the class of 2024 have raised their stock as prospects. Often this can be seen in their overall ranking number and at times, but not in every instance. Let’s look at some examples of stock…
A lot of players in the class of 2024 have raised their stock as prospects. Often this can be seen in their overall ranking number and at times, but not in every instance. Let’s look at some examples of stock risers in the recent update.
Spratt’s rise in the rankings was a long time coming. He’s so tough to defend with his combination of length and strength. These traits allow him to be an excellent rebounding guard. Spratt can get the ball in transition with the dribble off a rebound. Spratt is a winner through and through and is willing to contribute in whatever way is needed to pick up a W.
Honestly, Marshall deserves to be even higher on this list. This young man has such a smooth ease of movement and a beautiful looking jumper. Marshall reads the floor well and finds open spaces and lanes to the rim. He’s a threat to score from anywhere on the floor with his jumper, but can also finish at the rim with athleticism.
Washburn went from an intriguing prospect to premier post player in Michigan in a very short amount of time. That’s a testament to his dedication and work ethic. He’s not a project post that plays great defense but can disappear offensively. Washburn is solid on both ends. He’s a 2 way player that can defend the paint and finish with force offensively.
I don’t think his number changed much, but man did he show out this season. College coaches need to get game film on this young man ASAP. In my opinion, you can stack up Richards game with the best in the state. He has a ton of versatility in the backcourt which I think is just turning him into a very balanced lead guard at the next level. Richards can handle the ball with the best and can excel in a physical game.
This is another one that’s not necessarily about the number next to his name. Robinson really turned heads this season and made a lot of people believers when it comes to his game. He’s always been known as a scorer, but I like the way the rest of his game has developed. Robinson was much improved as a ball handler and decision maker.
Dillard II had a terrific high school season and has put his name firmly on the recruiting map. He’s truly electric on the offensive end with range on his jumper that extends beyond the arc. Dillard II has a dangerous first step that helps him break down the defense and a quick release jumper that he can seemingly get off with relative ease.