Posted On: 02/7/19 8:00 AM
With the season winding down, recruitment will be picking up on all levels.
Below is a list of wings/forwards in the class of 2019 who have identified junior college as being a good route to take and are open to that recruitment.
Jarin Koehler (6’6 Guard/Wing) – El Dorado High School
Jarin is a very skilled and versatile prospect at 6’6″ capable of playing 1-4 in a lot.of systems.
There’s even rumors that he may still be growing which is why he has been banged up this year and not at 100%.
Matthew Chapman (6’7’’ Forward) – Blue Valley Northwest
Matthew is a prospect comfortable playing with his back to the basket or stepping out on the perimeter to generate offense as well.
Caleb Muia (6’4’’ Guard/Wing) – Girard High School
Caleb is an athletic and long wing who uses that to explode to the basket and finish at the rim.
His length and athleticism also allow him to impact the rebounding game consistently as well.
Having a very impactful year and could be the biggest in-state addition for a junior college team.
AJ Dickerson (6’4’’ Guard/Wing) – Junction City High School
AJ is an athletic, scoring guard/wing who can really make things happen offensively. Had a solid summer with SSA Elite and is having a good senior year with Junction City.
Carlos Montiel (6’3’’ Guard/Forward) – Hugoton High School
Carlos is a versatile and well-rounded prospect able to play in the paint or on the perimeter based on the matchup. A potential solid glue guy for a school next year regardless of what level.
Brandan Jackson (6’6’’ Forward) – Piper High School
Brandan just picked up an offer a few days ago from Graceland University (NAIA) and is a prospect who is averaging 15 PPG for a talented Piper team. He is an active defender and makes his living from inside 15 feet and in.
Jacob Weber (6’3’’ Wing) – Winfield High School
Jacob can get to the basket with ease but is still refining his game. Good defender and rebounder who uses his motor to make an impact. His focus has been his shooting and ball handling to become more of a natural guard.
Payton Cantrell (6’4’’ Wing) – Pittsburg High School
Payton is capable of playing on the wing or forward position for Pittsburg. He can shoot off the dribble or be a catch and shoot guy with the ability to finish above the rim with a good motor.
Trenton Austin (6’4’’ Wing) – Pittsburg High School
The football standout is an athletic, strong wing who is a good rebounder and can attack off the bounce offensively.