Posted On: 09/27/18 3:55 PM
Today Prep Hoops gives you more of the national standouts from the Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo, the premier fall exposure event being played around the country throughout September.
Bryson Crockett of West Linn (OR) 2020. At summer camps and playing in the EYBL events helped Crockett earn the attention from several D1 local programs over the past few months. It was the consistency of his three point stroke and the various ways that Crockett attacked to complete that once again made him a stand out.
Jeremiah Hernandez of St. Viator (IL) 2019. Jeremiah once again proved why he is one of the top shooting prospects in the Midwest for the mid-major level. Hernandez is a double digit D1 offered player that not only scored but created for others at the Expo. Recently took official visits to Drake and Kent State.
Caleb Hodgson of Dansille (MI) 2019. Hodgson was the Michigan event MVP once again showing his ability as a face-up front court player that not only scores in many skilled ways but plays with a motor at 6-foot-9. Has offers from Western Michigan and Central Michigan among others.
Josh Irwin of West Geauga (OH) 2021. After a freshman season of averaging a double-double at the high school level Josh hasn’t slowed down. Irwin is leader on the court with his effort (boards everything), consistency of play (comfortable scorer from several spots), and with his words. Bowling Green recently offered, Michigan, Ohio State, and Dayton are among the schools in contact.
Jayden Johnson of Batavia (IL) 2020. There are not many jumpers as soft as the one that comes out of the hand of Jayden Johnson. It’s a thing of beauty and Johnson has spent the last several months showing that he can produce buckets in unlimited ways. Southern Illinois moved out in front and was the first to offer. Smart.
Seryee Lewis of Kenwood (IL), 2020. The deep paint explosive playmaker of the second weekend of the Expo had to be Seryee Lewis, a double figure D1 offer guy out of Illinois. Physical dunks, numerous boards, great deep post battles, and several swats. Most recent offer came from Yale, visiting Saint Louis (who has offered) soon, high majors are calling.
Collin Warren of Elkins (TX) 2019. Between the threes that Collin finished and the crafty finishes he put together in the paint to complete plays, Warren was one of the more interesting playmakers seen across the country. Collin’s feel is uniquely special plus he can give teams production at both spots.
Brandon Weston of Lake Forest Academy (IL) 2021. Weston slashed his way to constant scoring production plus he hit shots from the perimeter at times of the day. A week later Weston went east was named the MVP of the NYC vs Philly 2021 game. UMass offered early and many others are moving in to take a look.
Jesse White of Barlow (OR) 2020. Ranked as the second best prospect in Oregon’s 2020 class with a playmaking savvy and a perimeter touch that hits at high percentages. White continues to look like a scholarship prospect that will draw attention from a number of spots.
Tujautee Williams of Orr (IL) 2019. A 6-foot-6 slashing wing that just picked up an offer from Texas Tech and will take an official visit to the school this weekend. Has to be one of the best transition finishers seen at any Expo event and at 6-foot-6 with length and high level explosive ability you can see why the Red Raiders are coming after him.
Seth Wilson of St. Vincent-St. Mary (OH) 2021. Wilson is an explosive scorer with an aggressive approach. Has the quick step to get to space and the strength to finish plays on balance many times over. Wilson just picked up an offer from Kent State at their camp and it will be the first of many.