Posted On: 06/24/18 11:02 PM
With June ball about to wrap up, here are some 2020 prospects who have demonstrated that they have the potential to take a huge step forward this July and this upcoming season. Keep an eye on these Stock Riser Prospects.
2020 Ranking Update: Stock Riser Prospects
Osa Igodharo 6’6 SF/PF Desert Vista
There is very little competition with Igodharo for the top stock riser in this class. If he continues on this trajectory, he will undoubtedly move into the top 20 in the rankings in the next update. He is lengthy and playing with a lot of confidence. One of the biggest surprises has been his willingness to let it fly from deep.
Trent Hudgens 6’2 PG Moon Valley
In addition to Igodharo, Hudgens will move up considerably in the next rankings as long as he continues to play at this level. He is without a doubt a top tier PG in this class and an NCAA Division-I prospect. He has a high basketball IQ and can score the basketball from all 3 levels. Further, he has improved his ability to shoot the basketball off of the dribble.
Dayton Harris 6’1 PG Skyline
Harris, the Skyline product, continues to get better. He is one of the best slashers in this group. When he gets into the paint, he scores the ball well and finds his teammates. However, the most improved part of his game in the spring was his ability to shoot it from deep. That was an area that he struggled with during the season. If he continues to improve this part of his game, he could be dangerous!
Marcus Libman 6’2 PG Pinnacle
Libman is a consistent shooter from deep and one of the best on ball defenders in this group. He understands angles and is quick as well as physical. In addition to being an elite defender, he has a high basketball IQ and puts players in spots where they can be successful. His passing has aided his teammates at Factory greatly. With Spencer Rattler deciding to not play his senior year, look for Libman to emerge now that he has more of an opportunity.
Jaquan Moore 6’2 SG Shadow Ridge
Moore is one of the best overall athletes in this group. Despite his height, he has no issue with getting up for highlight reel dunks. Despite not playing a huge role as a sophomore, he will most likely be needed as a junior in order for Shadow Ridge to reach their potential.
AJ Rosier 6’2 PG Boulder Creek
Rosier played limited varsity minutes as a sophomore. However, he is skilled and could potentially earn a spot as a junior on a Boulder Creek team that will need some assistance. He is a more than capable shooter with broad shoulders and a strong build.
Demetrius Edwards 6’5 PF/C Apollo
Edwards has one of the highest upsides of any of the prospects on this list. He is explosive and strong. His uncoachables make him intriguing, but his motor and decision making can be problematic. As those two areas improve, he could end up being a next level prospect.