2024 Rankings: Biggest Stock Risers/Movers (Part II)
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As the June Live Periods prepare for the high school observation period, we take a look at Part II of some of the biggest stock risers/movers in the 2024 rankings in North Carolina. There’s no better time to sign up…
As the June Live Periods prepare for the high school observation period, we take a look at Part II of some of the biggest stock risers/movers in the 2024 rankings in North Carolina.
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is another prospect out of the BSA Supreme fold that’s shown he’s ready to turn a corner heading into his senior year in the 2024 class. He’s a prospect out of Butler High that can operate in a variety of ways with his length at 6-foot-6. He flies around for rebounds and blocked shots and can operate off the bounce offensively as a wing. He’s got breakout potential as we head into the June Live Period.
Team Synergy rotation on the independent side of the grassroots stage. He plays the game the right way, controlling the pace with the ball in his hands and keeps constant pressure on opponents with his defense. He’s another breakout prospect to keep an eye on in the Charlotte metro area.has been on the PH radar for quite some time now as he continues to develop and grow as a floor general. He’s a prospect out of Ardrey Kell High that’s held his own in the
has been quite the presence in the Upward Stars 3SSB backcourt this season. He’s a prospect out of Quality Education Academy that continues to show his growth/development as quite the sizeable combo guard. He’s a 6-foot-4 name that’s shown he can operate in a variety of ways as a facilitator and shot-maker. He’s got nice upside as a combo guard that can finish with authority as well. Colleges in the region would be wise to get eyes on him!
continues to climb up the radar as he runs with Team Curry on the UAA scene this spring. He’s a versatile prospect at 6-foot-7 that can operate at either forward spot given his ability to handle the basketball and operate on the perimeter and in the painted area. He’s a name that’s starting to gain traction on the recruiting trail with the likes of Radford, Emory & Henry and Queens University among other programs. Colleges in the region are starting to lock in on him.
Garner Road Select Thornton rotation. He’s become a lot more aggressive at the lead guard role as a shooter on the perimeter and attacker in the paint. He’s shown he can push the envelope defensively as well and be quite a pest to opponents as a defender. He’s a name for colleges to get to know out of Jacksonville High in the 910.has been quite the presence in the