Player Rankings Update: 2024 Top 5 PFs
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Braedan Lue GA #3 PF #1 HEIGHT 6'8" POS PF CLASS 2024 View Profile Braedan Lue Twitter State: Georgia School: Alexander Club: Team Huncho Alexander is off to a hot start this year and senior forward Braedan Lue Braedan Lue…
Alexander is off to a hot start this year and senior forwardis a big reason why. Lue is big, physical stretch-4 that plays above the rim and shoots the three at high clip. He’s strong on the boards as well, typically a double-double kind of guy. Lue recently chose Kennesaw State over California, Penn State and other big name programs.
‘s combination of size, length, and shooting touch make him quite a unique prospect. He shoots the three-ball really well, utilizing his height advantage and quick release to get his shot off with little space needed. Around the rim, Hill offers a ton of production as well. Hill recently signed with Arkansas State making him the highest ranked recruit in program history.
We recently got the unfortunate news that Turner would likely miss the entire high school season but he did enough this summer to prove himself as one of the state’s best athletes. He’s developed rapidly over the past two years and now pairs the freakish athleticism with a low post game and decent jump shot. He’s headed to Kennesaw State next year where he’ll join forces with a handful of notable 2024 commits.
has come a long way from last year and now looks like a legitimate D1 forward. He’s been known for his high-motor and explosive springs but we’re beginning to see his offensive skillset add polish. Richards has looked great operating out of the high post this season, comfortable attacking off the bounce or knocking down the 15-footer. With gone, Kell will rely heavily on to anchor the paint this season.
found the perfect fit with Mt. Vernon when he moved to Georgia last year and has really carved out an identity for himself in that system. Shegog has a frame that’s ready for the college game and bounce that allows him to play much bigger than 6’6. We’ve seen him make strides in his perimeter skillset as well, looking much more comfortable when shooting and handling the ball this year. Shegog recently committed to West Georgia who will be moving to D1 next year.