Future 2019 Stock Risers


Posted On: 12/1/17 12:46 PM

There is a lot of excitement out regarding the new PrepHoops Class of 2019 rankings.  There is always movement in the rankings and a lot of focus on stock risers.  With that being the case, we will take a look at five players who aren’t in top 100 that I think may be the next time the rankings are updated.

Micah Cramer (PG, Unionville-Sebewaing, Ranked #114)

Players that know the game and how it is played are always liable to rise in the rankings.  This young man is a smart player who has a knack for what to do in game situations.  Cramer understands what he needs to do to improve and has proven that he’s willing to do it.

Christopher Cooper (C, Centreville, Ranked #120)

He’s a 6-7 post player and he is continuing to work and improve.  Those two things alone are a recipe to move up in the rankings.  The young man has skills and can play the game.  He’s got good feet and is active on the glass.  Cooper has a high ceiling and will continue to expand his game.

Jon Sanders (G, Southfield Christian, Ranked #125):

This talented guard has managed to fly under the radar over the last year or so.  Don’t be fooled though, he’s a future college basketball player.  Sanders can handle the ball and score from any level.  He’s got good hip movement which helps him get free on offense.  Sanders will be a part of continuing the great guard play at Southfield Christian.

Bryce Lott (SF, Davison, Ranked #127)

This young man is a scrapper.  His toughness certainly aids him on the defensive end.  Not many small forwards want to match up with him.  Lott is more than willing to hit the floor for a loose ball or outhustle an opponent.  He has a good mid range game and is active on the glass on offense.

Bobby Walton (PG, Oak Park, Ranked #130)

He has great feet and plays good defense with his hands.  He has improved as much as anyone over the last two years and there is no reason that it can’t continue.  He can run the offense at point guard or play off the ball and get hot from outside.  He’ll become a leader at Oak Park this season, which will help him become a well rounded player.