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Posted On: 06/19/18 6:35 AM
There’s a wide-ranging amount of talent in the 101-146 range of our 2020 prospect rankings. While some guys are locks to make a college roster eventually, others have a little bit of a ways to go. We’re mostly talking players that project to the D-III level in this grouping, although others will emerge into scholarship-level guys.
Regardless, there’s a crucial time ahead for these players, most of which are backcourt prospects.
One of the indicators of a player who fits best at the D-III level is someone who primarily spots up for 3-point opportunities. Here’s five:
The 2020 point guard class is pretty muddled. We totaled 37 lead guards overall in this set of rankings, which is just over 25 percent of all players.
For players in the final 45 spots of our rankings, that should add some urgency knowing that they’re competing for scholarship and collegiate roster spots with a ton of qualified peers. Most of these point guards in the no. 101-146 range need to catch up in terms of body development, so that they can put more pressure on opponents.
Who are some of the most interesting ones in this range?