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Posted On: 06/21/18 6:00 AM
What wings in the Illinois 2019 class can be players that are difference makers for D3 and NAIA programs down the line? Here are a few that we like!
Malcolm Miller (Shelbyville)
Travel Team: Ramey-Jets United
Plus perimeter shooter with size. Can never have too many of those!
Maurion Scott (Homewood Flossmoor)
Travel Team: Young & Reckless
Scott is a long and athletic wing that would be a major mismatch and scoring threat at the small college level.
Ryland Holt (Gibson City)
Travel Team: Illinois Irish
This should be a priority small college player with his perimeter shooting, size, and ability to score.
Keith Kiner (Chester)
Travel Team: Illinois Bears
Kiner is a high energy forward that can play both the three and the four at the D3/NAIA level with his quickness and athleticism.
Ikenna Okeke (Bolingbrook)
Travel Team: Hoopers
Okeke is a rangy wing that can shoot the basketball from the perimeter and gets after it defensively.
Teon Nesbitt (Butler Prep)
Travel Team: Chicago Demons
Nesbitt is a plus shooter from deep with range well beyond the three point arc.
Austin Gates (Bartlett)
Travel Team: Mercury Elite
Gates is a skilled two guard that moves well without the ball and is a sniper from deep.
Alex Raiford (De La Salle)
Raiford presents upside at the small college level with his ability to knock down shots as well as defend multiple positions.
Filip Bulatovic (Maine South)
Travel Team: All-In Athletics
Very underrated prospect that will be a tremendous D3 or NAIA player with his scoring pop at multiple levels.
Donzell Johnson (Bloomington)
Travel Team: Illinois Warhawks
Johnson is a tough and athletic 6’2” two guard that attacks downhill and scores through contact as well as hitting pull up mid-range shots.