2024 Prospects Who Caught My Eye (Part III)
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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 6-6 rising senior displayed a lot of growth and confidence during the AAU season while playing for Wellington Wolves Select. Freeman is the true definition of a versatile prospect as he brings a ton of athleticism and energy on both ends of the floor. On the offensive end, Freeman is a viable three-level scoring threat who also has a dangerous attack to finish around the rim. On the defensive side, he has a great feel for his assignment and is often at times guarding multiple positions. Look for his recruitment to start peaking before the start of the high school season.
The 6-6 rising senior forward is a dangerous threat around the rim whether it’s catching lobs or finishing put-backs. Lamb is an athletic wing who can also display handles of a guard out on the perimeter. He uses a ton of length on the defensive side where he can get deflections or force steals turning into baskets on the other end. He is sensationally quick for his size and is poised to have a big senior season, as he has started to gain interest from high D-2 schools.
The 6-8 rising senior forward does a little bit of everything, whether you need a screen-setter or someone can he shoot it from beyond the arc. Kearns is also considered to be an underrated passer for his size and plays with a high basketball IQ. He can also operate by scoring from the post position and has great footwork to guard multiple positions on the defensive side.
The 6-10 rising senior has all the intangibles to be a college prospect. Roberts can finish around the rim as well as bring a smooth mid-range game on the offensive end. On the defensive side, Roberts adds great rim protection and uses his length to limit the opposition from getting any second chance scoring opportunities. His ability to defend the perimeter has been an underrated value of his game as he gears up for his senior season.
The 6-5 rising senior point guard has a strong frame and uses it at a high level. Seals is the true definition of an elite playmaker where he can impact the game in a variety of ways. Seals has a smooth handle and a great feel for the game where he can knock down contested shots across all three levels. He is also an underrated rebounder where he uses his length and athleticism to get timely put-backs around the rim. He is poised to have a big senior season as mid-major D1 schools have already offered Seals.