The WingMan Report: 2024 Forwards/Bigs to Know
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The WingMan Report checks in this week with a look at some 2024 prospects in the frontcourt in North Carolina for college coaches to add to their radar. There’s no better time to sign up for PrepHoopsNC! Get 30% OFF payment on…
The WingMan Report checks in this week with a look at some 2024 prospects in the frontcourt in North Carolina for college coaches to add to their radar.
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is a new name in the 2024 rankings to get to know over at Combine Academy. He’s a double-double machine in the making that’s been in the States for a few months but already has shown his impact in the paint and on the interior in the frontcourt. He’s a true post presence that doesn’t try to overdo it on the glass and rim-protection front.
Garner Road Select. He plays with a ton of energy on both ends of the floor as a rim-runner and shot blocker, using his length in a variety of ways to make an impact. He’s a name for college coaches in the region to get to know given his prowess/impact on the floor.is an intriguing frontcourt prospect to keep an eye on with
is an intriguing big man to get to know over at Piedmont Classical School. He’s done well to make things happen as a shot blocker and finisher around the rim with Boo Williams on the EYBL stage this season. He produced 5.4 ppg and 3.8 rpg on 71.8 percent shooting from the field to kick off the spring. He’s a name for DII programs in the region to get to know given his motor on the floor.
is another frontcourt prospect with Combine Academy that’s worth getting to know. He plays with a ton of energy in the painted area and on the perimeter on both ends of the floor, looking to make an impact at every turn. He’s emerged quite well at the stretch-forward spot and made huge strides with Combine AAU on the grassroots scene this spring and is one to keep an eye on this summer.
is starting to draw attention from college coaches with his prowess in the paint. He’s a name at Carmel Christian School to get to know, recently earning offers from Mercer and Rice University in the month of May. He’s slowly finding his way as a strong-framed presence on the interior on both ends.
is a versatile forward presence in North Carolina’s 2024 class with his 6-foot-7 frame. He has the ability to operate on the wing as a ballhandler just as well as being a presence in the post game. He’s shown he can knock down shots on the perimeter, in the high post and finish with authority around the rim. South Florida, Radford and Emory & Henry have drawn huge interest in the Forsyth Country Day School product.