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This Collective group boasts immense potential on the defensive end, along with a wide variety of skill based lineups.
– Pueblo South – 2024
Austin is a talented three level scorer who is capable of leading a program by sheer willpower. At roughly 5’8, the lead guard is adept at making plays out of the pick and roll, either getting to his pull-up or hitting rollers in the pocket. One area I will be tracking is Austin’s turnover rate, albeit there are not many flaws in his offensive game.
– Bear Creek – 2024
Jallow should be on the radar of RMAC programs simply because of his ability to impact winning without needing the ball. The roughly 6’5 wing is notably athletic, capable of getting up above the rim for dunks or blocks. An exciting development has been his three point percentage, rising from 36% to 42% between his last two seasons. Not to mention he can guard multiple positions.
– Colorado Prep – 2024
Henry provides strength at the forward position, while showing flashes as a passer. The junior will play a key role for this group’s ball movement, doing well drawing in doubles to create easy open looks for teammates.
– ThunderRidge – 2024
Spann is a talented scorer at 6’5, capable of heating up from outside or repeatedly bullying his way to the basket. The lefty wing has shown high upside scoring the ball on a variety of levels, typically getting to his spots and scoring with the left hand. Areas worth keeping tabs on are Spann’s consistency as a help defender and passing vision off of drives.
– Lutheran – 2024
Caldwell provides value protecting the rim at roughly 6’9. The junior forward makes the most of his frame by keeping high hands on opposing shot attempts. Keep tabs on his spot up shooting, as he continues to increase his volume from beyond.
– Valor Christian – 2025
Scherer brings a modern style of play along the perimeter, certainly one of the most adept pick and roll playmakers in the class. The guard must be respected along the perimeter, already boasting an excellent pull-up jumper.
– Vista Ridge – 2023
The lone unsigned senior within this group, Monck looks to bring leadership and a streamlined offensive skill set at 6’3. The sturdy guard is already built, most effective guard 2s given his robust frame. Monck provides scoring upside from a variety of levels, capable of getting to his shot on the perimeter, then leveraging that gravity to bully his way to the rim. Likely a division 2 athlete when it is all said and done.
– Regis Jesuit – 2024
Taylor displays excellent fundamentals at roughly 5’10. The combo guard provides value as a downhill scoring threat, either pulling up into the mid-range jumper or utilizing his pivot foot to score around paint contests. Given his quick lateral movement, Taylor is adept at defending opposing point guards.
– Brewster Academy – 2025
Pugh has shown high upside as a sharpshooter, either off the catch or from an efficient self-created look. At roughly 6’5, the shooting guard capped off his first season on varsity with 8.3 points with 40% efficiency beyond the arc. Continuing to develop his finishing versus contact will be immensely valuable.