2019 Small College Wings


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)

Travel Team: Young & Reckless

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.