6 seniors that need more attention heading into the 23-24 season
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Your senior is a time to leave a mark on the game. Whether that means reaching milestones or getting a coveted offer you have a goal in mind. He are six prospects that deserve more recruiting attention heading into their…
Your senior is a time to leave a mark on the game. Whether that means reaching milestones or getting a coveted offer you have a goal in mind. He are six prospects that deserve more recruiting attention heading into their senior season.
Seals is weaponizing the physical traits that have made him a prospect since his Signore year. Seals is dominating high school games with the length and athleticism of a scholarship player. He stands 6’4 with the power to bulldoze through defenders on drives and the quickness to blow by defenders. The wing is an aggressive two-way player with the mindset to make plays whenever he sees fit.
Jones is an electric athlete who can play plays with his speed. The lead guard balances setting up teammates with a three-level scoring punch. He has great open-court speed, court vision, and a handle that results in paint touches. He is an absolute competitor who will spend his senior season proving he can produce against size with West Oaks in the SIAA and Grind Session.
Police is a 6’6 forward who can produce without having plays run for him. He hits the offensive boards, will fly around on defense, and has a nose for transition scoring. His athleticism and size make him a versatile player on both ends of the floor. He is incredibly efficient and rarely turns the ball over while making positive plays within the offense.
The 6’8 forward is one of Florida’s best-kept secrets. He flashes wing skills while scoring in the paint as a finisher and roll man. He is a good athlete who routinely finishes above the rim in the halfcourt and transition. Odom is a versatile defender who can match up with wings and defend the post. Good touch on short jumpers and solid footwork out of the post.
Freeman is a 6’6 wing who does a bit of everything. His best basketball is ahead of him, and he has contributed to winning the ball his entire high school career. Freeman can guard 1-3, make plays with the ball in his hands, and score as an off-ball threat. He runs the floor and has the athleticism to finish above the rim on the break.