Posted On: 09/25/18 1:00 PM
The Prep Hoops Indiana Top 250 finished up this past weekend and with over 160 prospects from the area coming into Fishers High School, we had a great look at those players we knew, and a bunch we didn’t. There were a ton of great performances that made us look at guys in a new light.
Today, we are diving into those players from the 2020 class. We found our guys that improved their standing with us from this past weekend. Here is the list.
Justin DeGraaf – 6’6 PF 2020 – Center Grove (IN)
DeGraaf was a guy we knew of before but he was still kind of coming into his own. His play this summer showed he had more versatility than we though and this weekend gave us an even better look at what he can do. For Justin, it’s the combination of the body, how well he moves, and how he can handle the ball. He’s got a chance to be a coveted player for whatever level he goes because you don’t usually get guys that can walk in and play right away as forwards. He could be that type of guy.
Kadaphi Honaker – 6’5 SF 2020 – Park Tudor (IN)
Kadaphi was a guy that we have always kind of liked but hadn’t really figured out where he was going to fit in. In the last year, he has transformed into more of a wing on the perimeter and that has really given him more confidence and control of his game. He’s really improved that handle and now can drive and create into the mid-range more. If he takes another big step this high school season, you could see him become a much more coveted name in the class.
Victor Young – 6’3 SG 2020 – Muncie Central (IN)
Victor has been one of the best 2-guards in the state and now he seems to be trending up a bit here as he’s gotten his game in control and scoring at a much more efficient rate. He’s got the body and size you want and can really fill it up in an open gym type setting. If he has the jumper going strong, the game is very well rounded and he’s going to be one of the best scorers in the class.
Chris Grubbs – 6’5 SF 2020 – Hamilton Southeastern (IN)
Grubbs has never really played poorly when we have gotten to watch him. He’s always been very talented and doesn’t really struggle to score the ball. He’s steadily improved the jumper into a legit weapon and has shown more of a willingness to use his athleticism. The whole package is there and talent is not a question with him.
Justin Long – 6’3 SG 2020 – Fishers (IN)
Justin has been solid for the past couple of years but he’s sneakily becoming one of the better and more consistent performers we see. He’s go the size and skill from a guard you want along with some solid athleticism. He was trying to finish above the rim a few times and he’s done nothing but put points and effort ahead of everyone else he’s playing.