Live Period Weekend Stock Risers
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The second June live period has come and gone with the first day of July creeping ever closer. The weekend was filled with big performances from prospects, which boosted their stock in a big way. Here are the stock risers…
The second June live period has come and gone with the first day of July creeping ever closer. The weekend was filled with big performances from prospects, which boosted their stock in a big way. Here are the stock risers from the second June live period.
, 6’0 PG Middle Township 2025
McNeil had a big weekend for Middle Township as he influenced the game on both ends of the floor. The 6’0 guard pushed the ball well in transition and made good passes throughout the day. McNeil used his handle to beat his defender off the bounce and finished nicely around the rim. He rarely looked rattled by on-ball pressure and moved his feet well on the defensive end. McNeil is a long guard prospect who makes plays at both ends of the floor.
, 6’8 PF Roselle Catholic 2024
Brisco had a monster day for the Lions as he was tough to stop down low. The 6’8 forward showed a nice touch around the basket and finished with authority down low. Brisco used his size to get position down low and swatted multiple shots around the basket. He snatched down rebounds on both ends of the floor and played with a non-stop motor. Brisco is a high-energy forward prospect whose stock will continue to rise with more performances like that.
, 6’10 C Blair Academy 2024
Ihekwaba had a strong Friday for the Buccaneers as he was tough to stop down low. The 6’10 post has a strong frame, which he used to get position down low and finish around the basket. Ihekwaba was a force on the glass as he ripped down rebounds on both ends of the floor and gave his team multiple second chance opportunities. He blocked numerous shots around the rim and influenced multiple others. Ihekwaba is a physical post prospect who will be a prospect to watch over the next couple of months.
William Sydnor, 6’9 F Patrick School 2024
Sydnor had a solid weekend as he showed the ability to impact the game in a number of ways. The lanky 6’9 forward has a good handle, which he used to get to the rim and finish. Sydnor was a force on the defensive end as he blocked numerous shots and moved his feet well on the defensive end. He moved well without the ball in his hands and pushed the ball well in transition. Sydnor’s combination of length, skill and athleticism is something that will help his stock nicely.
, 6’2 PG Hudson Catholic 2024
Massung had a strong performance as he made plays with the ball in his hands. The 6’2 guard attacked the basket with a purpose as he finished strong and made layups through contact. Massung was able to get to his spot on the floor and made good decisions with the ball in his hands. He played tough on-ball defense and showed the ability to play off the ball as well. Massung is a gritty guard prospect who should have a big July.
Other Prospects to Know:
, 6’0 PG Hillsborough 2024
, 6’4 SF College Achieve 2026
, 6’4 G Perkiomen 2025
Omar Migues-Hibeljic, 6’4 SG College Jean-de-Brebeuf 2024
, 5’10 PG Holmdel 2024