2019 Stock Risers: Wings


Posted On: 05/29/18 11:31 AM

The spring session of AAU is over for most and with Memorial Day Weekend wrapping up, we are set to take a look back at those that have improved their stock. Today, we have our look at the top 2019 wings who improved their stock.

Bradley Nalley – 6’6 / SF / 2019 / Corydon Central (IN) / Louisville Legends 2019
Nalley hasn’t been a guy we have been able to see as much as we have wanted but he looks really good right now and a little confidence has gone a long way for him. He’s much taller but just as skilled and really able to make plays as a wing. Big wing with upside if it all comes together this Summer.

David Ejah – 6’5 / SF / 2019 / Fort Wayne Carroll (IN) / Indy Heat Red 2019
Ejah has done everything well this Spring. He’s a big rebounder and defensive presence who can make plays without the ball in his hands. However, he’s becoming a better shooter and that is leading him down a road where he can take his game to a whole other level.

Keion Brooks Jr. – 6’8 / SF / 2019 / Fort Wayne North (IN) / Indy Heat 2019
Keion is already a stellar player but he looks so much better on the EYBL circuit and just looks as dominant as ever. I think he’s solidified his national status this Spring and for good reason, as one of the best on the circuit.

Lucas Kroft – 6’5 / SF / 2019 / Fort Wayne North (IN) / 1Nation 2019
Kroft has really gotten hot and kept it going. When his jumper is hitting, he has a lot of scoring ability and it kind of elevates the other areas of his game. He can be a good rebounder, defender, and passer but the ability to hit shots kind of pulls it all together.

Nathan Aerts – 6’5 / SF / 2019 / Valparaiso (IN) / Indiana GAME 2019
Aerts has done a complete 180 from last year. He’s so much better from a frame-perspective along with shooting the ball really well. Ball handling, too, has really added a whole other aspect of his game he didn’t really have before. Becoming a guy to target for some schools.