Players That Should Raise Their Stock this Spring

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 03/23/18 10:16 PM

With the spring time live periods only a month away, prospects are preparing themselves by participating in camps, practices and local tournaments to be ready to perform at the highest level when the time comes. Already we have seen a few prospects that we feel will raise their stock recruitment wise once the live periods begin and here are a few of those players.

Mount Zion/Team Wall 2019 Guard Mareng Katguoth: Early on in the season we got a chance to see him and he played very well. At 6’6 with a nice wingspan and outstanding shooting ability, he is a legit D1 prospect that has very nice upside. New Orleans has already taken notice and if he plays his best on the Adidas circuit, we could see a bigtime change in his recruitment.

Farmville Central/ Team CP3 2021 Guard Terquavion Smith: It didn’t take long for him to make his mark on his high school team this season at all. He finished the season averaging 20 points per game and was clutch in several late game situations to help Farmville win games. Now it will be interesting to see how well he can mesh with his new teammates, if they can play together well, don’t be surprised to see his stock rise in a big time way.

Trinity Christian/Team CP3 2020 Wing Todd Burt: Recently it was announced that he would be transferring over to Trinity Christian for next school year, which adds even more firepower to the Crusaders roster. There is a lot to like about his game and skillset overall, he can score it from different points on the court as well as rebounding it at a nice rate.

Northside Pinetown 2020 Point Guard Rashod Smith: With an upcoming appearance at Fab 40 Camp this weekend, he will have an opportunity to showcase his ability in front of many people that have yet to see him. His point and assist numbers speak volumes, he is a PG that can get his own buckets but is a tremendous passer.

Scotland County 2019 Wing Isaiah Bostick: Last weekend at the Jus Byerly Showcase, he played very well and turned plenty of heads. He is a freakish athlete and a player that has shown this season that he can help a carry a team as he helped Scotland County reach the Conference Championship game.

Pender HS 2021 Guard Khalil Marshall: His skillset for a player his age is very advanced and we have no doubt that he will play well throughout the spring and summer. He can score the ball at a high rate and doesn’t show any fear regardless of how much older or bigger the opponent is than he may be.