Posted On: 08/14/18 11:01 AM

Lucas Fernandes, Undecided

The cerebral and tough minded guard has a real skill set in his dazzling handle and ability to trigger the uptempo attack.

He’s got rarified passing for a Class of 2022 guard. While he still needs to add on to his scoring repertoire, he’s developed a consistency in scoring off the dribble and via the pull-up game.

Brendon Williams, Wellington

While the diminutive guard still needs to develop his body and pack muscle on a twig-esque frame, the 5-foot-7 Class of 2022 prospect has a heady game.

With his crafty ball handling, ambidextrous passing, and how well he gets his shot off on the fly, Williams has a very promising future ahead of him.

Amarion Wilson, Undecided

The high-scoring guard has done a commendable job learning the niceties of how to read and pick apart a defense.

Wilson has a bullish frame and can carve up space with a fluid stepback jumper. He’s got a feathery shot. As he translates to varsity minutes and big rim protectors are waiting for him on the drive, he will likely adjust to a more reliable outside game.

Milan Skoric, Palm Beach Gardens

The 6-foot shooter has shown consistency with angle jumpers and a rapidly evolving pull-up game.

He’s been working this summer at applying unique tricks to his trade, throwing fakes and getting around defenders.

The ball comes out of his hands very smoothly from 20-feet out. He’s become savvy with his shot selection and decision making.

Charlie Smith, Undecided

The Class of 2022 prospect plays with a moxie and a poise beyond his years.

He’s very sound and seasoned with how well he finds his teammates and distributes the ball in the half court set.

Smith is an instant scoring asset at this level, given how effectively he spreads the floor and knocks down deep shots.

Ryan Davis, Martin County

It is very rare to find an incoming freshman with the type of build and know-how of Davis.

It is certainly fair to say he plays older than he is, with his ability to score in the post and knock back the 15-footer with efficiency.

Starter’s minutes immediately on varsity are not far-fetched expectations for Davis.

Caleb Mackrey, Olympic Heights

The natural point guard is a crafty facilitator with purified pocket passes. He’s got a unique skill set in how well he’s able to draw in defenders and then kick it to the open man.