Reason for the Ranking: Top 55
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We introduce our updated Class of 2024 rankings!! Rankings are subjective and PrepHoops.com ranks purely upon potential and where the player will be at their basketball peak. Production factors in only when helping prove the potential is greater or lesser. Why did we rank these guys? Why are they at this spot? Take a look at five Class of 2024 prospects and learn a little about their reputation.
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#516’4″ SF Fairview
Missed the end of his junior season with injury. Mays is a coach’s kid. Physically strong. Mays is a question mark since he is A) coming off an injury and B) a guy I have not evaluated for months. Ideally he heals fully and regains all mobility. Mays played early and often for Fairview. He was and is a fantastic rebounder.
#526’5″ SF Bearden Pro One TN-Brewster
Shooter. Defender. High energy. Unselfish.. quick release lefty.
#536’4″ SF CSAS
C.C. Smith is a bull of a guard. He earned PrepHoopsTN Combine All-Star in October 2022. Not a strong outside shooter. He is kind of a Ron Artest-type because he is stronger than most with an enticing offensive versatility.
#545’11” PG Lavergne
Xialin was a wonderful player way back in September 2022 to earn his first ranking. Crafty. Innovative. Persistent. Within the confines of his high school season he was more passive. What can he be after high school? Probably a career NAIA guard. Lenoir is kind of a combo guard in his soul.
#556’0″ CG Fayette Ware
Jones is probably Fayette-Ware’s best overall player. He is not Top 35 right now because he is not exactly a point guard. Jones is more of a feisty shot creator. The whole team plays fast and he does too. During BCAT Team Camp to end June, Jones dominated in the Ravenwood auxiliary gym with a tough, constant attack.