Conrad Foss Live Event Showcase: 2024 Notebook Pt. 4
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The talent in Florida’s 2024 class has a long history. Now the senior class is dominating the state and showcasing its talent. This articles starts a series of articles detailing how prospects are producing. Click here for part 3. Lorenzo Cason…
The talent in Florida’s 2024 class has a long history. Now the senior class is dominating the state and showcasing its talent. This articles starts a series of articles detailing how prospects are producing. Click here for part 3.
FAU’s newest recruit controls the flow of the offense like few in the country can. He’s a complete lead guard that can score, facilitate, and make plays on defense. His senior year could be one for the record books as he pushes Victory Christian to a deep playoff run.
O’Keefe is improving his on playmaking skills while showcasing a dangerous jumper. The 6’4 combo guard proved he can pick and roll duties while splitting time as the lead ball handler with other talented guards around him. What impressed the most is his physical on ball defense.
Morris is a big wing who punished defenses when he gets downhill. His ability to run off screens opens up opportunities for him to get a head of steam where his midrange jumper and ability to score through contact to make him an offensive weapon. Morris has a college ready frame at 6’6 210 pounds.
Schwartz is a 6’7 combo forward who flashed the craft and athleticism to produce at the next level. He was in attack mode and led to above the rim finishes and drawing fouls. The senior has a solid handle and good footwork for his size.
Jackson showcased several tools that are making him a coveted mid major prospect. The 6’2 combo guard has a strong frame, deep range, and the ability to create space off the dribble. Jackson buried shots beyond the arc off the dribble and off the catch. He proved he can break down a defense in space and out of the pick and roll.
Thomas is a 6’5 guard going under the radar in Daytona. He’s a good old ball threat with mobility and a nose for cutting. With his size and athleticism, he doubles as a good defender, transition threat, and rebounder.
Newland is 7 footer with flashes of potential. He has the size, length, and light feet to compete at the next level. He needs to improve on the offensive end but has to be a quality rim protector.