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 Class of 2023 - CG - 6'3"

Camden High School/NJ Scholars

There's a great deal of hype behind any #1 player in a class, regardless of whether they're from a legendary pedigree. DJ Wagner doesn't seem to have any issues carrying the torch or shouldering the pressure. He is an aggressive combo-guard with advanced scoring instincts, a polished skillset, and a mature approach to the game. Is the hype real? Come get an idea for yourself.  

Class of 2022 - W/F - 6'6"
Spalding High School/Team Melo

Whitmore is a special kind of athlete, but it's the game he's building around his explosiveness that has made him such a coveted prospect.  As he decides between UNC, Illinois, and Villanova, we take an in-depth look into his progressions since last year, his potential for the future, and where work is still to be done.  Read now!

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Class of 2022 - CG - 6'3"
DeMatha High School/Team Durant

Rice is an aggressive, score first combo-guard with a refined skillset and a real nose for the basket.  A knock-down shooter from deep, he has also added to his legitimacy as a combo-guard by improving his playmaking skills and tightening up his handle.  Read the full evaluation now! 

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Class of 2023 - PG - 6'1"
Donda Academy/Team CP3

Dillingham has followed up his successful sophomore campaign with a busy summer that has seen him take Team CP3 (16u) to the semifinals of the EYBL Peach Jam and has ended with him winning the MVP in the 16u FIBA Americas Championship.  A shot maker extraordinaire and premier play maker, he is ultra-skilled with a travel-sized bag of offensive moves.  Read up on his entire game now!

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Class of 2022 - CG - 6'3"

St. Frances Academy/Team Melo

Bryce Lindsay is a score-first combo guard possessing near-limitless range on a lethal jumper.  He patiently plays at his own pace, refusing to allow defenders to speed him up.  Heady and savvy, Lindsay operates with an excellent feel for his defender; and continues to improve his skills as a playmaker.  Read now!

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Class of 2023 - Wing - 6'9"+

Montverde Academy/Team Durant

KJ Evans is a versatile wing with length for days and solid foundational skill set.  He's made significant strides as a shooter, runs the break as the ball handler or down the lane as a finisher, and offers outstanding potential defensive versatility.  A recent transfer to powerhouse Montverde Academy,  Evans will look to continue his growth on the national stage.  Read now!

Class of 2022 - Wing - 6'6"

DeMatha HS / New World/Boo Williams

Ward, a brand new Xavier commit, is a smooth-scoring, superbly athletic wing who's skill set has progressed tremendously since his sophomore season. His growth touches all facets of his game, so there is plenty to cover and even more for Musketeer fans to be excited about.  Read the full evaluation!

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Class of 2022 - 5'10" - PG

Gonzaga High School/DC Premier

On the heels of his commitment to George Mason, we take an in-depth look into the playmaker's rhythmic playing style, consistent shooting stroke, and creativity off the bounce.  Savvy, crafty, and rich in IQ, Mason fans have plenty to look forward to in 2022.

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Class of 2022 - 6'8" - Forward

IMG Academy/Team Thrill

Walker has been a well-known name on the national scene from the start.  In his player evaluation, we examine his versatility on both ends of the court, the high floor-higher ceiling dynamic, and where he still has room to improve headed into his senior year.  The report is equipped with nearly 70 film clips for support!  Read the full report now!  

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Class of 2022 - 6'4" - SG

Oak Hill Academy/Team Durant

Fresh off his commitment to Pittsburgh, we take a detailed look into Mintz's progressions as player, building on his previous evaluation from 2020.  The traditional scoring guard added to his game in 2021, operating more off the live dribble, developing his passing game, and establishing himself as a legitimate 2-way player.  As he finishes his prep career out at Oak Hill, look for Mintz to continue growing his game and honing his craft.

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Class of 2023 - 6'4" - CG 

St. Frances Acad./Team Durant

Lamothe is a smooth, true combo guard equipped with the ability to play multiple roles in the backcourt at a high level.  Displaying a balanced floor game and boasting excellent positional strength, he contributes to winning in a multitude of ways.  He is skilled in all facets of the game, mixing highly capable shooting from deep together with impressive playmaking and a high basketball IQ.  Lamothe enjoyed a very productive spring with Team Durant, and should see a big uptick in usage during his junior year.

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Class of 2022 - 6'1" - Combo Guard

St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School (VA)

Flying under the radar, Ceaser is an elite athlete who consistently scores from all 3 levels.  He is a blur in transition, punishing defenses that are slow to get back and stop ball.  Explosive off the dribble and consistent from 3, he puts a ton of pressure on the opposition.  He is an undersized score-first combo guard, but often plays above the rim, setting up open court finishes with great anticipation and timing on defense.

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A deep dive into the high-major prospect's progressions this season

We take a fresh look into the 2022 PG's progressions  during the covid-shortened season and into spring play.  McDaniel's performance has been highlighted by greater offensive aggression, improved pick and roll play, and improvement from distance.  This is the last installment of our coverage of the 2022 PG, building on evaluations from 2019 and 2020.

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Class of 2024 - 6'8" - Point Forward 

Montverde Academy/Team Thrill

Queen has quickly made a national name for himself this season.  The freshman is a highly skilled point forward who is gifted with elite versatility that allows him to impact the game from virtually every spot within the offense.  Already equipped with a high floor, his exceptional feel for the game is just one of many reasons he is oozing with the potential for a very high ceiling.  Read now!

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