Posted On: 09/12/18 3:00 PM
We begin our analysis of the shooting guards and small forwards in the 2020 class with the biggest stock risers at the positions based on their play during July.
Sincere Parker (Rockford East)
Parker put himself on our radar with his play in Milwaukee playing for the Illinois Stars 16U. This 6’3” shooting guard from Rockford East has broad shoulders and long arms. Frame where he should be able to continue to add strength going forward. Showed an innate ability to score the ball at multiple levels and was a primetime performer in the upset on the 17U level of the New York Rens.
Jack Holmstrom (Rockford Guilford)
Holmstrom has made his name known in our eyes during July with Quad City Elite. This lefty 6’6” small forward has nice strength and plays with a lot of toughness. The skill set is there as well being able to shoot it off the catch or connect on mid-range shots. Not a go to scorer, but when the ball is in his hands usually good things tend to happen. Tough and versatile defender.
Collin Woods (Hampshire)
Woods is a rangy two guard with uber long arms and a thin frame. He has easy acceleration with the basketball in his hands slashing. Connected on mid-range pull up jumpers throughout July with All-In Williams.
Kyndall Davis (Bogan)
This 6’5” wing has helped his stock with his play during the live periods. Big and physically built small forward that slashes powerfully and rebounded extremely well. Opened up eyes as to his upside on the perimeter.
Jason Bergstrom (Niles Notre Dame)
Bergstrom is a 6’4” small forward from Niles Notre Dame that has a versatile game. The wing shoots it well from deep also stepping in to hit some mid-range jumpers. More than just a shooter he can put it on the deck for some spinning layups.