Under the Radar Wing Prospects to Watch This Weekend
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The weekend is here and teams across the country are getting ready to play in front of college coaches. The wing group has the potential to make a big impact this weekend and should make noise over the next couple…
The weekend is here and teams across the country are getting ready to play in front of college coaches. The wing group has the potential to make a big impact this weekend and should make noise over the next couple of days. Here are the under the radar wing prospects to watch this weekend.
, 6’4 SF Payne Tech 2025
Foster has had a solid spring and summer, which should carry over into the weekend. The 6’4 wing has a good handle, which he uses to get to the rim and finish. Foster is unafraid of drawing contact and can also score in the mid-range. He is comfortable pushing the pace in transition and can thread passes to open teammates. Foster’s versatility is something that will help his game throughout the course of the weekend.
, 6’4 SF Camden Eastside 2024
Bell has the potential to play either forward spot, making him an intriguing prospect to watch in the 2024 class. The 6’4 forward attacks the basket strong as he is a good finisher and does not mind contact. Bell has solid face-up game as he can put the ball on the floor and knock down jumpers on the perimeter. He is a strong rebounder and moves well without the ball in his hands. Bell is a physical forward prospect whose ability to make plays in the paint will help his game in a big way.
, 6’4 SF Linden 2026
Burnum has the potential to have a breakout weekend with his ability to make plays at both ends of the floor. The 6’4 wing knows how to get to the rim off the bounce and finishes nicely around the basket. Burnum is more than just a slasher as he can knock down jumpers from behind the arc and rises up with confidence. He slides his feet well on the defensive end, which he uses to get deflections and start fast breaks for his team. Burnum is a prospect to watch this weekend with his ability to score inside and out.
, 6’6 SF Spotswood 2024
Yarus is one of the more interesting prospects in the class with his combination of length and shooting. The lanky 6’6 forward has a good release on his jumper and rarely forces shots in the halfcourt. Yarus moves well without the ball in his hands, freeing himself for open layups and jumpers in the halfcourt. He uses his length to be disruptive on the defensive end and is a solid passer. Yarus’ ability to stretch the floor is something that will help his stock in a big way this weekend.
, 6’6 SF Middle Township 2025
Basquine is a breakout prospect to watch as he should be making plays throughout the course of the weekend. The 6’6 wing explodes off the floor for dunks and uses his body to get position down low. Basquine pushes the ball well in transition and is capable of finishing around the basket. He skies for rebounds on both ends of the floor and uses his athleticism to make plays on the defensive end. Basquine’s ability to make plays at both ends of the floor is something that will help his stock in a big way over the next couple of days.
Other Prospects to Watch:
, 6’4 SF Newark Tech 2026
, 6’3 SF Franklin 2024
, 6’4 SF Elizabeth 2025
, 6’3 Audubon 2026
, 6’3 SF Watchung Hills 2024