Posted On: 10/7/15 6:30 PM

Here is a group of players who looked to be best fits for the low major level. While some of these players may have the potential to play at a higher level and may even have scholarship offers from bigger programs, they are players that we feel would be most productive throughout a 4-year career at the low major level.

Amiri Chukwuemeka 5'10 PG McClintock

Amiri is one of the more forgotten players in the 2016 class, mainly due to the fact that he missed the entire summer with an injury. While there is a ton to be seen by the eye test Chukwuemeka is a strong guard with good quickness and the ability to defend the perimeter. While he is a high level scorer from all levels at the lead guard position what sets Amiri apart from others in this class is his killer mentality. He plays the game with a chip on his shoulder and truly believes he is the best guard in the building every time he steps on the floor. This has allowed him to put up some big numbers and basically will his team to victories even when under matched (yes, he’s a winner). Going

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