Posted On: 11/29/18 12:09 PM

Atlanta, Georgia – The state of Georgia has produced multiple next level basketball players over the last decade or so and every year we send a plethora of guys to play basketball on the college level. This season most of the 2019 class top players have already committed and signed to their next level school but there are certainly a few more prospects and sleepers out there. Below you can find out what seniors are still on the board in the peach state. 

 

PG Hunter McIntosh – Greater Atlanta Christian 

The 6-foot-2 point guard Hunter McIntosh of Greater Atlanta Christian has already started off on a good note in his senior campaign and is one of the top five best available seniors thus far into the season. McIntosh can be characterized as underrated but he is a tough player on both ends of the floor. He has the ability to knock down jump shots and see the floor well. Hunter is a solid defender and is always able to make the correct play on offense. He holds an offer from Tulane but has expressed interest from schools like VCU UNC-Charlotte, Georgia, Murray State, Dartmouth, and other mid majors. 

 

PG Mikale Stephens – Lincoln Academy 

Mikale Stephens, the 6-foo-2 point guard out of Fort Wayne, Indiana, recently had a solid showing at the famous Holiday Hoopsgiving Showcase in Atlanta. Mikale might not be the fastest, quickest, or most athletic point guard, but he holds incredible leadership and can control the flow of the game. He can be known as an underrated passer at times and is a good play maker on the offensive side of the ball. Mikale holds offers from Hofstra, Salem International, and Detroit Mercy. Florida Gulf Coast and Saint Peter’s have shown interest in the 6-foot-2 point guard. 

 

F Ahmir Langlais – Holy Spirit Prep

One of the top forwards or big men in the peach state that is still on the board is no other than Ahmir Langlais out of Holy Spirit Prep. He is a 6-foot-8 big who is an outstanding rebounder on both ends of the floor. Ahmir shows shades of Cleveland Cavaliers forward Tristian Thompson by being a presence in the paint and a force on the glass. He holds a solid body frame and not afraid to get physical down low. He holds offers so far from Middle Tennessee State, North Florida, College of Charleston, Old Dominion, Florida Gulf Coast, Georgia Southern, and East Tennessee State. Georgia Tech, Georgia, UAB, Seton Hall, Western Carolina, Kansas State, Murray State, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech, Troy, and Northwestern have expressed interest. 

 

G/F James Glisson III – Southwest Dekalb 

6-foot-5 James Glisson III might be the steal of the class of 2019 this season. James only holds two offers from Wofford and Presbteryian but has expressed interest from UNC-Charlotte, Charleston Southern, and Stetson so far. He is a big bodied guard/forward who holds high versatility. James could play the two, three, and maybe four positions if you decide to go small. He is an excellent shot maker, especially in the mid-range area, and he can also finish around the rim. He is a good defender and with his body size is able to guard the low post. Like I said, this kid will be a huge steal for any next level program. 

 

G Tyrin Lawrence – Morgan County 

The 6-foot-2 combo guard Tyrin Lawrence out of Morgan County High School is also another guard that is at the top of the unsigned and available seniors list. Tyrin had a very good summer circuit this past summer running with the Atlanta Celtics in the Adidas Gauntlet. He has decent size and is a talented guard who is able to score in transition and in the halfcourt offense. He is a high level athlete with lengthy arms at which helps him on the defensive side of the floor. Lawrence has good strength and can get his shot off the dribble and connect off the catch. He holds offers from Charleston Southern, Austin Peay, Robert Morris, Georgia Southern, Jacksonville State, Tennessee Tech, College of Charleston, and others. 

 

Other Top Available Seniors:

PG Roy Dixon – Greater Atlanta Christian

SG Reco Hallmon Jr. – Grayson

SG Devin Gordon – Pebblebrook

PG Quinton McElroy – McEachern

PG Jalen Harper – Pebblebrook

F Issa Muhammad – Norcross

PG Terrell Burden – Campbell

W DJ Patrick – Sprayberry

W Brandon Deravaine – Campbell 

PG Kye Jeremiah – Holy Spirit Prep 

PG Kamar Robertson – Cambridge

F Jatayveous Watson – Newnan

F Ibrahima Jarjou – Holy Spirit Prep 

F Brady Spence – Alexander

W Kendall Lewis – Shiloh

F Armani Harris – Newton 

PG Mekhail Bethea – Dacula

G Kenny Burns – Wheeler

PG Mitch Ganote – Lambert 

G Malik Battle – Douglas County 

F Jaxon Etter – Etowah 

G Maurice Harvey – Southwest Dekalb

SG Isaac Martin – Wheeler

PG Zyrie Scott – Upson Lee

PG Jordan Brown – Westover

PG Jevon Tatum – Grayson

W Stanley Eze – Mount Bethel 

SG D’Antaye Page – Westlake

SG Ian Hardy – Discovery 

SG Terrell Ard – Allatoona 

PG CJ Riley – St. Francis