Posted On: 09/27/18 7:15 PM
Prep Hoops takes a look at some players that would be considered Stock Risers from this past weekend in Myrtle Beach at the Top 250 Expo.
Dearon Tucker (2019) – Legacy Early College (Greenville)
Tucker arrived in Greenville this fall from the Lone Star State. Tucker 6’10 back to the basket big man can step-out and knockdown the 3 pointer. Tucker is a very coachable kid and complete gym rat according to the coaching staff. Tucker ran with Houston Hoops on the Grassroots Circuit. Tucker is ranked #21 in the 2019 Palmetto State Rankings
Shane McCravy (2019) – Oceanside Collegiate (Mount Pleasant) (pictured on front)
McCravy 6’4 was getting to the rim all day long with his play. McCravy exploded to the basket and finished at the basket several times. McCravy plays the game extremely hard on both ends of the floor and never takes off plays. McCravy got his hand on plenty of balls today on the defensive end of the floor. McCravy really excels in the classroom with a 4.5 GPA. McCravy averaged 19.8 ppg last season for the Landsharks. McCravy is ranked #31 in the 2019 Palmetto State Rankings
Donnell Bowens (2019) – Lowcountry Leadership (Hollywood)
Bowens was outstanding in the camp this past weekend. Bowens is back for his squad after averaging 13 ppg last season. Look for Bowens to add to those numbers this season after the team finished (18-8) in the Class 1-A ranks. Bowens made his teammates better with precise passing and knocking down shots on the perimeter. Bowens is ranked #93 in the 2019 Palmetto State Rankings.
Marcus Moore (2019) – Socastee HS (Myrtle Beach)
Moore is a late bloomer on the basketball court and his best basketball is still in front of him. Moore runs the floor extremely well and has great length in the paint. Moore keeps the ball up high when rebounding it. Moore can play face-up and knockdown 6-8 footer. Moore was able to set screens and seal today. Moore played with a local Grassroots Circuit team in the Confidence Cougars. Moore will have a chance to play with a senior dominated Braves team.
Braylan McIntyre (2020) – Woodmont HS (Piedmont)
McIntyre 6’5 was all over the glass on both ends of the floor today. McIntyre came in as a player I hadn’t seen before the event. I walked away very impressed with his performance McIntyre stayed in the paint and finished around the basket. McIntyre used a nice drop step in the paint to finish a few baskets. McIntyre ran with the Atlanta Playmakers on the Grassroots Circuit.