2024: Class 2A – Super 7
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Who will knock off Gray Collegiate for the top spot in Class 2A? The War Eagles have won 5 of the past 7 state championships in this classification. Who are some of the Super 7 here in Class 2A this…
Who will knock off Gray Collegiate for the top spot in Class 2A? The War Eagles have won 5 of the past 7 state championships in this classification. Who are some of the Super 7 here in Class 2A this season? Well, Prep Hoops has you covered once again on your source for basketball coverage in the Palmetto State. #RecruitThePalmettoState
Graham is back for another season for the War Eagles. Ellis helped them win a 5th SCHSL Class 2A State Championship last March after transferring in from East Clarendon HS.
Graham is still getting better with his game and skill level around the bucket. Ellis is a quick leaper which makes him a bit of menace on the defensive end of the floor at times. He has great length to be disruptive with his ability to alter and challenge shots.
Ellis comes in at #3 in the Palmetto State Class. Where will his recruitment take him this fall?
Thomas helped the War Eagles to a state championship last fall. His play his spring really moved him up in our last Palmetto State Rankings. Braylhan for his efforts picked up several NCAA D1 offers along the way.
Thomas is a strong wing with a good skill set. He brings good versatility to the floor with his crafty passing skills and his play in the transition game. Braylhan really looks to explode to the cup at times on his way to finishing at the rim.
Davis has the ability to go off and really carry his team at times while on the floor. Franklin currently has 1,033 career points entering his senior season. Davis averaged 20.6 ppg, 6 rebounds and 3.2 assists last season.
He connected on 47% (91-195) from 3-point range. Franklin enters his senior season with 142 three pointers made. Davis really showed some quality playmaking and passing skills this past summer on the Grassroots Circuit at times. Franklin plays up on the South Carolina-North Carolina border for the Class 2A Cardinals.
Stickney is like a pit-bull at times with his toughness he brings to the floor. Travis switches hands very nicely on the way to the cup. He’s quite deceptive with his athleticism at times and really brings a competitive edge to the floor.
Stickney ran with the Charleston Raptors this past summer on the Grassroots Circuit. He previously ran with Lowcountry Storm for a few years. Travis averaged 10.8 ppg last season for the Landsharks who lost in the SCHSL Class 2A State Championship game to Gray Collegiate.
Musa is a smooth operator from out top with the ball in his hands. He plays well on and off the ball as a combo guard at times. He runs the offense very well for the Blazers and always seems to be under control with his efforts on the floor. Musa will tuhe corner and race by defenders off ball screens and set up his mates with good reads.
Muriithi carries over a 5.0 GPA in the classroom. He has had a great spring and summer with Team SC on the Grassroots Circuit. Musa really plays with the team concept and at times plays almost to unselfish with his game.
Poole enters his senior season with 1,465 career points. Brady is back at Chesnee HS where he played his 8th-10th grade seasons before transferring to Broome HS last season. Last season for the Centurions he averaged 22.4 ppg.
Brady will play for a new coach in Zach Baldinelli this coming season for the Eagles. Poole will team up with his younger brother Coyie this season in the backcourt. Brady does a really nice job of making tough shots at times and elevating up on his jumper. He has a confidence to play from behind the three-point line at all times.
Chisolm looks to be playing football at the next level since he already has gathered 5 offers on the gridiron. He played last season at Estill HS which was a Class 1A program and shut its doors this past summer for good.
Kavon a bruising undersized post player averaged 15.6 ppg last season for the Gators. He will now suit up this season for the new Hampton County Hurricanes. Chisolm has incredible hands and footwork around the paint. He really likes to play the game through contact and certainly will leave his mark with a defender trying to guard him down low.