Palmetto State : Stock Risers – 2018 Guards

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Posted On: 12/15/17 9:47 AM

Prep Hoops SC takes a look at some players that will be Stock Risers in the near future from the Palmetto State.

Jermaine Patterson

Jermaine Patterson – Bluffton HS

Patterson is off to a quick start for the Bobcats this season. Patterson a starter here over the years recently scored 27 points vs South Effingham HS (GA) in a Bobcats 76-50 win. The Bobcats are currently 6-0 after finishing 7-14 last season. Patterson also plays football and has received interest from Newberry (SC) (NCAA D2).

Terance Mack

Terance Mack – Trinity-Byrnes (Darlington)

Mack has helped the Titans to a 10-0 start this season. Mack a left-handed point guard played last season at Hartsville HS. Mack a solid student in the classroom also is two-sport athlete and excels on the gridiron for the Titans. The Titans won the SCISA 2-A State Football Championship this past season.

Mack has a nice-mid-range jumper and has the ability to attack the gaps.

Tyrek Epps

Tyrek Epps – The King’s Academy (Florence)

Epps has been “Mr Everything” for the Lions since his arrival this past fall. Epps a point guard played at Lake City HS. Epps has scored over 30 plus points several times this season. Epps keeps the ball on a string and has a great pullup-jumper. Epps played AAU with TMP 17U this past summer.

Koby Fulton

Koby Fulton – Kingstree HS (pictured on front)

Fulton has been on a terror lately. Fulton originally from New York City has been at Kingstree HS the past 2 seasons and played very limited minutes for Upward Stars Southeast 2018 this past summer. Fulton 6’3 has great length and good size to get to the rack. Fulton plays with a bit of inner city swag to him and confidence. Fulton scored 33 points vs Mullins the other night and kept the Jaguars undefeated.

Zack Foulks

Zack Foulks РAC Flora 

Foulks played well at the Bojangles Bash and has continued his solid play in defeating North Augusta 63-56. Foulks dropped 23 points for the Falcons. Foulks sets the table for the Falcons and can knockdown the open look on the floor.