Posted On: 03/4/18 10:28 PM
David Appelgren, NTSI Orlando
The 7-foot-1 international entered with the reputation as a 3-point dagger man. Since arriving on U.S. soil, he’s worked tremendously at developing a stable back to the bucket game. Still needs to get tougher, albeit he’s got Division-I potential.
Kevin Fernandez, NTSI Orlando
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound guard has a vast array of scoring tools. This helped him become a Massachusetts schoolboy talent, averaging a robust 25 PPG as a senior and erupting during state tournament games. Has several offers from high level Division-II programs.
Deondre Bourne, CGM Academy
The 6-foot-2 guard has proven his 2,000+ career against lower tier New York City’s competition was no fluke.
Bourne has developed a tighter handle and emerged into a pure scorer, as evidenced by multiple high-20s and 30+ point games during his prep year.
Shamir Ivey, The Conrad Academy
Well-built 6-foot guard has developed into a better defender and provides hustle points.
A steady mid-range game would add wealth to his skill-set. Work ethic and heart are key components to his game.
Jalen Hawkins, OSL
The 6-foot-3 guard improved drastically, after a stellar three year stay as one of upstate New York’s most perilous scoring threats.
Developing more of a passion for defense and embracing the responsibility of being a lockup man have added value to Hawkins, who spent time at The Conrad Academy in Orlando as a senior.
Lawrence Slim, Scotland Campus Sports
The 6-foot-7 Amsterdam native has a smooth stroke from beyond the arc and has become more adept on the glass and as a well-rounded forward.
Jereon Kales, Scotland Campus Sports
The 6-foot-4 well-built guard is tactical and has good elevation on his shot.
With an increased workload under known program builder Chris Chaney at SCS, he’s improved as an on-ball defender and developed a knack for knifing to the rim. With a 4.0 GPA, Kales brings plenty of promise as an elite level student-athlete.
Sam Chaput, Scotland Campus Sports
A product of the ultra competitive AAU program run by Nelson Osse in Canada, Chaput registered his clutch gene with a game-winning putback to lead SCS past Believe Prep Academy recently.
Possesses a vast array of scoring tools and the ability to create his shot effectively.
Lamont Sanders, Scotland Campus Sports
Tough, gritty guard out of Baltimore (Md.) is a sound defender and applies physicality and focus to his game. Can score and distribute the ball and thrives with a structured system.
Matt Roseby, Scotland Campus Sports
The big, 6-foot-9 forward plays with a mental moxie and is savvy on the glass. Has an adroit perimeter touch and can knock down the 15-18 footer with consistency.
Hal Hughes, Scotland Campus Sports
The 6-foot-10 sharpshooter from Australia has done a commendable job packing muscle onto a once spindly frame. This factor has enabled Hughes to transform from a hot-shooting forward to an innate playmaker who embraces the physicality of getting to the rim.
Hofstra and Nicholls State have offered recently.
Derronquez Wynn, Believe Prep Academy
The strong 6-foot-2 guard always wins the plus/minus category on the floor. A combination guard who can also play the three, Wynn has a knack for seeing the play before it unfolds and making precise reads. Scores the ball at all three levels.
Kymani Dunham, Believe Prep Academy
After shedding weight and becoming lighter on his feet, Dunham has developed into a thorough back to the basket threat.
He’s smooth around the paint and thrives when posting up. Has offers from Kennesaw State and several others since his de-commitment from College of Charleston.