Posted On: 10/12/18 9:04 PM

C/O 2020 Village Christian Guard Zavian Mclean: Any time you have a player that has dominated on the court (Over 20PPG) as well as in the classroom (4.0+ GPA) and he doesn’t have an offer yet, then it’s always a question mark. Schools at the D1 level have shown interest already but no one has offered yet, MM and LM programs should drop in to see him this season.

C/O 2020 New Life Christian Guard Phil Martin: He’s in the mix for being one of the best shooters in the state and we have no doubt that he will have a big time season this year. Last season at Southern Lee High, he put up some nice numbers even though he faced all types of defensive pressure and schemes. D2 programs should be offering while Low Major programs should be tracking his progress.

C/O 2019 Forward Max Farthing: Another player that can flat out shoot it from deep, programs looking for a player that can stretch the floor should give him a call. He’s a legit 6’5-6’6 that understands how to play his role and doesn’t try to do more than he’s comfortable or capable of. D1 talent but a D2 steal at this point, great student in the classroom.

C/O 2020 Westover HS Forward Traymond Willis-Shaw: Another player that we feel has a high amount of upside left in his game, he will have a large role for Westover HS. 6’6 with extremely long arms, he is one that grabs your attention almost immediately as an evaluator. When we first saw him he was pretty raw but now he seems like his skillset is rounding out and that’s no surprise when you consider the outstanding staff at Westover.

C/O 2019 Grace Christian Forward Julian Steinfield: His size and upside are things that we love about him, he is still raw and learning in certain areas but has a chance to be really good. Rebounding the ball is something he already does well. He has a soft touch around the basket but can step out and shoot the ball.