2026 Rankings Update: Top Stock-Risers Part 2
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The 2026 rankings update had so many stock-risers, that one article was not enough. Here are even more stock-risers from the 2026 rankings update. Sam Jones Sam Jones PG Sayreville | 2026 State NJ , PG Sayreville Jones had a…
The 2026 rankings update had so many stock-risers, that one article was not enough. Here are even more stock-risers from the 2026 rankings update.
, PG Sayreville
Jones had a strong summer and is looking to carry it over into the winter. He attacks the basket strong as he knows how to get into the paint and can finish through contact. Jones does not get rattled by on-ball traffic and gets his teammates involved in the half-court. He has the ability to play off the ball as well and moves his feet on the defensive end. Jones is a gritty, lead guard prospect who will be one to watch in Middlesex County this season.
, 5’11 PG Madison
Randall is primed for a breakout as he should get more touches in his second varsity season. The 5’11 guard has a good shooting stroke as he wastes little motion and can knock down triples in bunches. Randall is more than just a shooter as he can also get to the rim of the bounce and finish around the basket. He is an underrated passer and can get deflections on the defensive end. Randall’s shooting ability is something that will help his stock in a big way this winter.
, 6’11 C Don Bosco Prep
Asprilla is the top big man prospect in the 2026 class and should have a big 2023-24 season. The 6’11 post has a strong frame, which he uses to get position down low and finishes with authority above the rim. Asprilla has a nice touch around the basket and routinely draws contact in the paint. He rips down rebounds at both ends of the floor and swats shots around the basket. Asprilla’s stock has been on the rise throughout the summer and should continue to rise during the winter.
, 6’3 SG Paterson Kennedy
Pierce has the potential to make impact this winter as he should receive more looks on the offensive end. The 6’3 guard has a good release on his jumper and can get hot from distance in a hurry. Pierce moves well without the ball in his hands, freeing himself for open layups and jumpers in the halfcourt. He can put the ball on the floor as well and has the length to defend multiple positions on the floor. Pierce’s ability to knock down jumpers from behind the arc and make plays on the defensive end makes him a prospect to watch this season.
, 6’4 SF Newark Tech
Boyd has the ability to play either the three or the four, making him an intriguing prospect to watch in the 2026 class. The 6’4 wing attacks the basket with a purpose as he finishes strong around the rim and is unafraid of contact. Boyd uses his strength to get to his spot on the floor and can knock down shots in the mid-range. He is a force on the glass at both ends of the floor and uses his length to make an impact on the defensive end. Boyd was a Second Team All-Group 1 performer in his debut varsity season and has the potential to be a First Team performer this season.
Other Prospects to Know:
, 6’0 CG Princeton Day
, 6’3 CG Florence
, 5’9 PG Hopewell Valley
, 6’3 SG Hackettstown
, 6’0 PG Paramus Catholic