2024 Prospects Who Caught My Eye (Part I)
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Over the course of the next several weeks heading into Fall Leagues and showcases, Prep Hoops is taking a deeper dive at the Class of 2024, 2025, 2026 and 2027 prospects who caught our eyes this summer. This week, we…
Over the course of the next several weeks heading into Fall Leagues and showcases, Prep Hoops is taking a deeper dive at the Class of 2024, 2025, 2026 and 2027 prospects who caught our eyes this summer. This week, we will be starting with the rising seniors. If you have a player who deserves to be recognized, please send @RossVDG14 on X (Formerly known as Twitter) a direct message.
The 6-8 rising senior power forward has all the intangibles to become a great prospect. On the offensive end, Crump stood out with his ability to run the pick-and-roll offense as well as stretch the floor hitting shots on all three levels. He also has handles of a guard where he has good footwork and runs the floor exceptionally well for his size. While playing for Team United during the EYBL Circuit, Crump shot 42 percent from beyond the arc as well as averaging five rebounds per game.
The 6-7 rising senior power forward plays with a ton of energy on both ends of the floor, whether it’s his ability to finish around the rim on the offensive end or get timely blocks on the defensive end. Jackson is multi-versatile as well as he can stretch the floor and knock down the mid-range jumper and has been playing with a ton of confidence this summer. Look for his recruitment to start growing as he gears up for his senior season.
The 6-10 rising senior power forward can play multiple positions on both ends of the floor, as often you can see Hagedorn guard the perimeter at a high level. His defensive energy is contagious as he is also a efficient rebounder who has good footwork to get to his spots. Hagedorn on the offensive end has the ability to knock down shots across multiple levels as he has improved each year since his freshman season. Hagedorn has gained interest from multiple mid-major D1 schools.
The 6-7 rising senior power forward has a good combination of skill and athleticism. McDole has drawn interest from multiple D-1 programs as he continues to develop his game into a multi-versatile role. McDole can score in a variety of ways whether it’s off the catch or off the dribble. On the defensive end, he has the ability and footwork where he is often guarding multiple positions. His stock and recruitment are expected to increase as he gears up for his senior season.
The 6-5 rising senior wing plays with a ton of strength and length on both ends of the floor. He is an exciting prospect to watch heading into his senior season as he is a strong finisher at the front of the rim. He is also very active on the boards whether he is finishing a put-back or limit his opposition from getting any second chance scoring opportunities. On the defensive side, he is versatile where he can be seen guarding multiple positions and guarding against the perimeter.
The 6-6 rising senior has gained a lot of confidence this summer playing for Ball4Lyfe, as he has expanded into being a viable three-level scoring threat. Police is also springy and athletic when it comes to crashing the glass, as he battles for rebounds with the best of them. Police received offers from Chicago State and Stetson during the summer Live Period, where you can expect more offers to roll in by the end of his senior season.