Recruiting Report: Britton Angell (2019)

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Posted On: 11/12/18 12:01 PM

Britton Angell has had an active month as a prospect. He’s a 6’3″ combo guard in the class of 2019. Angell attends Crossroads Charter Academy. 

Strengths

– He has the ability to create his own looks at the bucket. He can do so off the dribble in isolation as well as in a half court set. 

– Angell is a solid on ball defender. His length can cause problems for the opposition. 

– He’s a good three point shooter.

– Angell has a good basketball IQ, which allows him to see the game 2-3 plays ahead.  

– He’s an active player who is comfortable anywhere on the floor. 

Angell is a good rebounding guard who can score off put backs. 

– He uses his athleticism to play well in transition and in an up tempo game. 

Improvements

– Strenth. He’s active under the rim and this could be enhanced with improvement in this area. 

– Communication. Angell’s defense would be more influential if teammates knew where he was. He’d create more looks on the offensive end as well.

– As a lefty, he could use work with his left hand. Finishing with his off hand would make transition scores easier. 

Offers

– Alma College

– Anderson University

– Calvin College

– Concordia University

– Lawrence Tech University

Interest

– Bethel College

– Cornerstone University

– Kalamazoo College

– Siena Heights

– Spring Arbor

Goals

“Personal goals would be to make first team all state, first team all conference, average 25+ ppg, 10+ rpg, and 5+ apg. I also want to guard the best player on the other team on a nightly basis.”

– Britton Angell

“Team goals would be to win districts, win regionals, and win states. We have no ceiling this year and we are going to surprise everyone.”

– Britton Angell

What he’s looking for

“At the next level I would like to go to a program where I can play. I want to play for a coach that believes in me and my abilities. I want to be able to learn and grow as a player and a man. I need to go to a family environment, somewhere with limited distractions, and a program that will challenge me athletically and academically.” 

– Britton Angell