C/O 2019 Bigs to keep an eye on

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 08/20/18 5:03 PM

Grace Christian 6’10 Forward/Center Julian Steinfield: At this point he is playing the center position for his squad but we can see him transition to play the PF in college without too much difficulty. He can step out and shoot the deep ball well but has improved with his ability to make plays inside of the paint. Rebounding is where we feel he can make the most immediate impact, he was one of the leading rebounders in the state last season.

Trinity of Durham and Chapel Hill 6’7 Forward/Center Brandon Arnold: Nice upside to this player, he has shown some flashes of how good he can be on both ends of the floor. He’s a solid rebounder, gets up and down the floor and does a solid job of protecting the paint defensively, overall a solid prospect.

New Life Christian 6’6 Forward/Center Jeremyah McWilliams: We like the progression he has made over the past year and have been hearing good reports of his progress at New Life Christian. One of our latest chances to see him was at the College prospect Combine, he played well through the day and did a bit of everything throughout. Rebounding, blocking shots, finishing inside the paint, were some of the things that we saw, another attribute that you have to like about him is his coachability.

Holly Springs 6’10 Forward/Center Kadin Shedrick: Surely you have heard of what’s been going on with this young man over the past few months as his recruitment has blown up. Recently he cut his list down to 8, as well as taking a visit to the University of Virginia. We have been very impressed with the way he has played and the improvement that he has shown over the past year.

Fayetteville Academy 6’9 Forward/Center Emmanuel Izunabor: We have been waiting to see when schools would fully take notice of this young man and over the last few months that has occurred. Rebounding and blocking shots are two of the things that he does at a nice level, he is not overly concerned with his scoring numbers but instead looks to impact the game where his team needs him the most.