Palmetto State Stock Risers

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Posted On: 11/26/18 9:28 PM

Prep Hoops is just over a week into the new hoop season here in the Palmetto State. Lets take a look at some Stock Risers that will be adjusted in the newest rankings in the weeks to come. 

 

Asanti Price

Asanti Price (2019) – Keenan HS 

Price is no stranger to the Palmetto State that’s for sure. Price recently arrived back at Keenan HS after attending Combine Academy in Lincolnton, NC. Price 6’5 played last season at Eau Claire HS and was with Keenan HS this summer at the Coker College Team Camp. Price will find himself in the new rankings when they come out here on Prep Hoops back in the 2019 class. 

 

Jamaric Morris

Jamaric Morris (2019) – Timmonsville HS 

Morris played really well vs a talented Blythewood HS and his overall play in the West Florence HS Turkey Shootout. Morris 6’3 plays quarterback for the Whirlwinds can really attack the rack with the ball. Morris doesn’t really look to shoot it on the perimeter but possesses great body control and leadership on the floor. South Carolina State University has offered Morris on the football field. 

 

Carrele Cooper

Carrele Cooper (2020) – Waccamaw HS (Pawleys Island) 

Cooper has a new home on the Grand Strand at Waccamaw HS. Cooper erupted for 25 and 22 points in his first two games for the Warriors. Cooper played last season at Andrews HS. Cooper will be the go-to guy for the Warriors this season and Head Coach Mike Quinn. Cooper has really good length and a nice mid-range game.

 

Tre’Quan Scott

Tre’Quan Scott (2021) – Darlington HS  (pictured on front) 

Prep Hoops has seen Scott twice already this season. Scott a shooting guard has great elevation on his shot and plays with a great deal of confidence. Scott will be a household name for the Falcons in the years to come. Scott plays with a great motor on both ends of the floor. 

 

Expect these players to make some moves in the new rankings here on Prep Hoops in the weeks to come. Prep Hoops is your leader in the Palmetto State for basketball coverage all season long.