2019 November Stock Risers

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Posted On: 12/2/18 12:29 PM

Through the first month of the season, the 2019 class has come to play. Every night, you hear about someone stepping up for their team, having a big time performance, and turning heads. College coaches really need to start paying attention to these guys.

 

Malik Tyson (Sparkman): Tyson has elevated his play this season and has turned himself into a D1 prospect. he has excellent size at 6’4 and can play multiple positions. Malik is averaging 25-7-5, and has been a force on the defensive end. If Tyson keeps playing at a high level, D1 schools would be foolish to not recruit him.

 

BJ Comer (Prattville Christian): The PCA point guard started the season on a tear, and has kept his playing going. Recently BJ posted multiple 20+ point performances, and some college teams started to take notice. Comer picked up an offer from Freed-Hardeman and took a visit to Furman. The 6’1 point guard is an elite scorer, and teams in need of more offensive punch need to eye Comer.

 

JD Eatmon (Wenonah): Wenonah is a very talented team with some of the best perimeter players in the state, but Eatmon brings a different dimension. Eatmon is a long athletic big. At 6’8, Eatmon anchors the defense for Wenonah. Eatmon is averaging 13 and 10 with two blocks per game. JUCO programs are the major recruiters right now for JD.

 

Gath Weatherford (Red Bay): Weatherford has been a steady force for Red Bay. At 6’4, Weatherford can play multiple spots. Gath consistently makes plays on both ends of the floor. He is an under rated rebounder, and he may be the 2019 class’ best shooter. D2 programs in need of shooting and a multi-position player should contact Weatherford.