Under-Recruited 2019’s

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 06/29/18 3:47 PM

Here is a look at some of the under-recruited players in the 2019 class.

Trey Austin (Christ School)-The 6-foot02 guard can fill it up from outside, he is long and athletic, can stretch the floor with his length, has a good stroke from outside, can play above the rim and is a strong defender.

Austin Inge (Greensboro Day)-Shooter. One of the best shooters in the state and can really get it going from beyond the arc. Good frame, and a good defender. Plays one of the toughest schedules in the state.

Seth Bennett (Charlotte Christian)-Another really good shooter from beyond the three-point line. Has the ability to really make plays and change games with his shooting.

Cody Cline (Cox Mill)-The afterthought on one of the best teams in the state, Cline is also a legitimate threat when he has the ball. He has a good body and size, can score off the dribble, has a good shot and has played against the best players in the state everyday for the last 3 seasons in practice.

Duwe Ferris (Myers Park)-Skilled small forward that can really stretch the floor, can shoot it from most points on the floor, has a soft touch around the rim and is a high-academic student.

Demilade Adelukun (Gaston Day)-Was really impressed with the big man in the state championship game at the 2-A level. He is big and long, can disrupt shots with his length, has a good feel for the game.

Caleb Burgess (WestRidge Academy)-Another really strong shooter from the Winston-Salem area. He is a player with good size and an ability to create off the dribble, he does a nice job at creating space and getting his shot off.

Jace McKinney (South Brunswick)-At 6-foot-7, McKinney is a player with good size for the next level, he can step out and shoot it a little and has the length to block/alter shots.