The summer live period is creeping closer as Memorial Day Weekend is a little over a week away. Prospects are looking to make a name for themselves, especially in the frontcourt. Here are the under the radar forward prospects to…
The summer live period is creeping closer as Memorial Day Weekend is a little over a week away. Prospects are looking to make a name for themselves, especially in the frontcourt. Here are the under the radar forward prospects to watch this summer.
, 6’4 SF Payne Tech 2025
Foster is an intriguing prospect to watch as he can influence the game in a number of ways. The 6’4 wing has a good handle, which he uses to beat his defender off the bounce and finish around the rim. Foster is able to get to his spot on the floor and can thread passes to open teammates in the half court. He is a strong rebounder and has the potential to defend multiple positions on the floor. Foster is a versatile wing prospect who should only get better over the course of the summer.
, 6’7 PF St. Mary’s Rutherford 2024
Torres is a post prospect to track as he can impact the paint at both ends of the floor. The 6’7 post runs the floor hard, setting himself up for easy baskets in transition. Torres knows how to get position down low and is able to draw contact in the paint. He rips down rebounds on both ends of the floor and holds his ground on the defensive end. Torres plays with a nonstop motor, which will help his development in a big way this summer.
, 6’2 SF Newark Collegiate 2026
Kelleh had a solid debut varsity season and is looking to carry it over into the summer. The 6’2 wing is at his best attacking the basket as he is a solid finisher and can draw contact. Kelleh moves well without the ball in his hands, creating open layups and jumpers for himself. He is an underrated rebounder and uses his length to get deflections on the defensive end. Kelleh is a lanky wing prospect who should make some noise this summer.
, 6’6 SF Millburn 2024
Ravitz’s collegiate future is on the perimeter, but he has the ability to play inside at times. The 6’6 wing has a good shooting stroke as he wastes little motion and sets his feet before he shoots. Ravitz is more than just a shooter as he is also able to get to the rim off the bounce and finish. He is capable of pushing the ball on the break and is able to make plays defensively. Ravitz is a prospect to keep track of as he can do a number of different things on the floor.
, 6’8 PF Pennington 2025
Fall is just scratching the surface of his potential and has the ability to fully break out this summer. The 6’8 forward is tough to keep off the glass as he is constantly fighting for rebounds on both ends of the floor. Fall uses his length to influence shots around the basket and sets good screens in the half court. He is developing more confidence on the offensive end and has a nice touch around the basket. Fall has the potential to raise his stock in a big way this summer with his ability to make plays around the basket.
Other Prospects to Watch:
, 6’2 SF Matawan 2026
, 6’3 SF Colts Neck 2024
, 6’4 SF Montclair 2025
, 6’6 F Rutgers Prep 2026
, 6’4 SF Red Bank Catholic 2024