Posted On: 10/31/18 8:42 PM

The 2020 Class has a nice amount of talent and is turning into a class with quite a few college prospects on multiple levels. Let’s take a quick glance at some of the players and prospects that we expect to have a good season and an increase in their recruitment.

West Brunswick Wing Jadyn Parker: Fresh off an offer from Campbell, he is one to keep a very close eye on over this season. He has a nice skillset, good upside, and many of the things that college coaches look for in a prospect such as: height, length and high character.

Kinston HS PG Chance Minott: We got the chance to see him play multiple times this summer and we like the improvement he has shown. This season could be a good opportunity for him to take on a larger role for his high school squad, he can score the ball, is vocal on defense and competes hard.

Athens Drive Guard Lawrence Frost: There hasn’t been a ton of noise about him over the past few months but don’t let that fool you, he is still a talented prospect. He has good upper body strength, the ability to get to the paint at a high rate and the tools to be a good defender.

Piedmont Classical Guard Jalen King-Joiner: A lot to like about what this young man can bring to a college team in the future. He is a very good player on the defensive end, using his lateral quickness and quick hands to cause problems. On the offensive end of the floor, we have seen him attack defenders in multiple ways. He can knock down shots, get to the cup and finish at or above the rim, at 6’4 with long arms he is one that catches your attention pretty easily.

Trinity Christian Forward Todd Burtt: The departure of Joey Baker and Audiese Toney left a huge hole for the Crusaders production wise, but Todd is a player that has potential to help fill the void. He is a legit 6’8 with a nice skillet and good upside, he will have to add more to his body muscle wise but has potential without a doubt. How good he can be and how high of a prospect he will become is simply up to him, he has to bring it every day on the court and in the weight room.