NEXT Circuit Stock Risers: 2027 Sharpshooters (Pt.2)
Beckett Crandall HEIGHT 5'7" POS N/A CLASS 2027 Beckett Crandall School: Norman, OK Club: Team HQ 2027 Beckett Crandall is a threat to put the ball in the hoop from any area beyond the arc. Pure sharpshooter with tremendous range…
Beckett Crandall is a threat to put the ball in the hoop from any area beyond the arc. Pure sharpshooter with tremendous range from outside with a prowess for getting open, spotting up, and providing perfect floor-spacing at the most opportune times.
Luke Howery is a 6-foot-2 lefty who has been scorching the nets from deep range especially on the left-wing where he seems automatic off the catch. Howery is consistently capable of getting the shot he wants due to his proficient movements while playing off the ball. I love how Luke never passes up an open look at the basket, he’s always ready to shoot on command, and usually drills at least 3 three-pointers each game.
Karl Johnson Jr.
Karl Johnson Jr.
Karl Johnson Jr. has shown a great amount of progression over the past year. This season on the circuit, Johnson is standing out as well-polished jumpshooter with an unblockable snappy quick release as he lets it fly with no hesitation whether a hand is in his face or not. The Arkansas prospect has all the makings to become a true three-point marksmen over time, he already displays textbook mechanics, he keeps his hands ready to catch, finishes with a high follow through, the ball flows off of his finger tips with a beautiful rotation, he goes up with flawless elevation, and can extend his range beyond the high school perimeter.
Jordan Mitchell has showcased an impressive talent for shooting the rock. He’s a relentless three-point assassin who never stops shooting, whether he makes it or misses he just keeps coming at you. Mitchell is terrific in spot-up situations as well as shooting off the dribble. His ability to stretch the floor and make himself a scoring option at all times makes it easy for everyone around him to play to their strengths.
Caleb Young can shoot with the best of them in Oklahoma. He’s a knockdown jumpshooter from beyond the arc with impeccable touch and a smooth release. Young cannot be left alone for a second or else a shot will be going up and in before the defense knows what hit them. The Icon’s guard really makes his presence felt from outside as a spot-up shooter who’s capable of getting the majority of his open looks in the corners within a halfcourt set.