300 Articles: 10 Future College Basketball Players

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Posted On: 09/28/18 7:10 AM

I recently published my 300th article for Prep Hoops. In honor of that 300th article, I’m going to give you 10 future college basketball players from the freshman at the Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo. These players showed the skill, potential, and work ethic needed to play at the next level.

DJ Allison (Guard, 5’11”, Kalamazoo Central)

Allison will be an impact payer in Michigan for years to come. He can shoot, handle the ball, and is an aggressive defender. 

Max Burton (Guard, 6’3”, Williamston High School)

Burton is a must see talent. He is a scorer, who can do so in a variety of ways. His size and skill set will make him a matchup nightmare.

Aiden Crawford (Guard, 6’2”, Harper Creek High School)

Crawford is a prospect with a ton of potential. He’s an athletic 6’2” player. Crawford uses his athleticism to defend at a high level.

Thomas Dillard IV (Guard, 6’1”, Kalamazoo Central)

Dillard is a well rounded athlete. He’s a gutsy and competitive young man who expects the best from himself. Dillard IV is solid with the ball and an excellent defender.

Cooper Fairman (Guard, 6’1”, Saline High School)

Fairman came on strong late in grassroots season. He finds ways to get buckets and plays hard. Fairman is willing to outwork his opponent and win hustle points. 

Reichen Lund (Guard, 5’10, Linden High School)

Lund has a mature game and a high basketball IQ. He’s a solid athlete who loves to be coached. 

Kellen Mitchell (Forward, 6’4”, West Michigan Christian)

Mitchell is an intriguing prospect to say the least. His size and athleticism are a solid combination. Mitchell is active on the glass, especially defensively.

Brady Titus (Guard, 5’10”, Tri Unity Christian)

Titus is an explosive prospect. Defensively, he’s a one man press. On offense, Titus creates and can shoot from deep. 

Derrick Voltz (Guard, 6’1”, Carrollton)

Voltz is a pure athlete who excels at multiple sports. He’s a multi level scorer and a solid defender. Voltz can get hot and start to light up a scoreboard. 

Caden Vanden Berge (Forward, 6’3”, Forest Hills Eastern)

Vanden Berge is full of potential. He’s a long athlete who can be a force on defense. Vanden Berge is solid on the glass on both ends of the floor.