In this article, I mention some prospects from the 13U group that have yet to be mentioned. In my opinion, these prospects have college-level potential and should be recruited by college programs. This is a brief list of prospects, as…
In this article, I mention some prospects from the 13U group that have yet to be mentioned. In my opinion, these prospects have college-level potential and should be recruited by college programs. This is a brief list of prospects, as there were many college-level prospects that competed in the event.
Stefon Booth – 6’5” F/C (2028) – ECI 2028 Krefting – A little raw as we speak, but Booth is oozing with potential and upside. He displayed one of top lengthiest frames out of the 13U group, at a long and lanky 6’5”. He can run well and get up and down the court just fine. Long strides down the court. A great leaper, so he’s able to finish high over the defense near the hoop. Gets high off the ground for rebounds and high-points the ball. He was blocking shots and protecting the paint. A prospect for college coaches to get excited about.
Logan Breidenbach – 5’6” G (2028) – ECI 2028 Krefting – Breidenbach makes the list because of his shot-making and scoring ability. Has the green light to shoot and he takes full advantage of that. Every team needs a shooter that can space the floor.
Zeb Robinson – 5’11” G/Wing (2028) – Wisconsin City Hoops 2028 – Robinson is a big, strong, and athletic guard. A mature build and frame to him. A muscular and strong physique. Jumps well and will attack the boards and the ball in the air. A defensive playmaker that gets his hands on the ball for tips and steals. Great anticipation on the defensive side. Offensively, he’s more of a consistent threat when he’s attacking downhill, going at the hoop.
Romeo Kromah Quiah – 5’9” G/F (2028) – ECI Zimmerman – Pictured in the featured image, Romeo is an athletic freak. He was previously mentioned but I wanted to expand on him some more. The best athlete, mover, and jumper for the 13U’s. Runs, accelerates, and explodes like an elite athlete. He can get to the hoop and score the ball. His explosion makes it easy to get by his matchup in a quick manner.
Walker Fjerstad – 5’11 PF/C (2028) – Team Tyus 2028 Blue – Walker was a bonafide rim-protector who blocked four shots in the first few minutes. Nothing was getting past him, with his length and timing.
Noah Shubert – 6’0” PF/C (2028) – Team Tyus 2028 Blue – Such an agile big, Shubert was defending on the perimeter at a high level as a 6’0” 2028. He was challenging guards on the perimeter because he felt he had a size and quickness as a. A great vertical and crashes the boards.
Nolan Lee – 5’10” G (2028) – Team Tyus 2028 Blue – Nolan is a long 2-guard. A solid overall guard that can make all the plays. Translates to his current position and looks like a kid who could grow into a long frame.
Jayden Marshall – 5’9” Wing/F (2028) – Earnest Academy 2028 – Marshall makes the list because he looks to be an elite defender. Can guard multiple spots and is a lockdown defender on the perimeter. Applies constant and heavy ball pressure. Plays the passing lanes and tries to create tip balls.
K’shaun B. Taylor – 5’4” PG (2028) – Earnest Academy 2028 – Taylor is an individually skilled scoring point guard. He’s looking to score the ball and hit jumpers by creating on his own. He can hit tough jumpers, including step-backs where he creates a ton of separation.
Chase Peltier – 5’5” PG/SG (2028) – Earnest Academy 2028 – Liked Peltier as a scorer and a as a prospect that will get down in a stance and defend. A smart defender and made plays on the offensive end. Got to the hoop and finished. Can also shoot the three well.