Posted On: 06/20/16 2:23 PM
He proved during the weekend that he should be considered one of the best shooters in the state. The degree of difficulty on some of his shots is very high, that could impact his shooting percentages. But his fluid stroke and precision are uncanny. He looked like a Division I guard.
The new Roosevelt Roughrider is already thriving with his new team, and he scored 20 points plus on multiple occasions last weekend. He was also a major factor on the defensive end, blocking shots and guarding multiple positions.
He was the best player with the tournament champions, so he’s a shoo-in for this list. He’s also a Division I prospect who is our 3rd-ranked 2018, so this should certainly come as no surprise. Ingoli led all scorers with 21 in the championship game.
Even though he didn’t play on Friday (he was on an Iowa football visit), Jungling was lighting it up on Saturday while leading his team to an undefeated run in pool play. It’s unclear whether he’ll pursue football or basketball in college. But he’s certainly a Division II hoops prospect.
This guy was a monster all weekend, and although his team had little success, Clayton’s stock rose exponentially. He’s a fiery competitor who snares boards on both ends, and scored from everywhere on the floor. Division II schools should take notice.
2018 Marco Balderas, South Hamilton (5’8 PG)
2017 Mhiyu Thomas, Roosevelt (6’4 SF)
2018 Steve Borneman, DC-G (6’2 G)
2017 Ben Juhl, Des Moines Christian (6′ PG)
2017 Tyler Ihle, Ballard (6’2 SG)
2018 Conner Hill, South Hamilton (5’8 PG)
2018 Blake Clark, Dowling (6’2 G)
2017 David Kacmarynski, Pella Christian (6’4 PF)
2018 Malcolm Clayton, Fort Dodge (5’10 PG)
2017 Max Stoltz, Ballard (6’1 SG)