Posted On: 04/14/19 8:44 PM

This year’s Spring Kickoff tournament has spoon-fed recruiters with big man talent. Which ones raised eyebrows as younger, developing players?

6’10, 2022 - Behy Fall: Colorado Hawks
Fall triple-checks all the physical boxes of a division one center. But, while 6’10 and freakish length draws eyeballs, he impressed this weekend as a two-way threat. Fall controlled games as a rebounder, using his body to clear the paint of outsized defenders. He was as problematic on offense, gathering post feeds and finishing through a throng of crashing defenders. His size, and his skill set at that height, has built a lofty ceiling for himself potential-wise.

6’10, 2022 - James Shiers: Colorado Roughriders
Shiers, another center with head-turning height, impressed with his touch around the hoop. Defenders struggled to guard his shots around the block, as he could gather drop passes, turn, and score over smaller defenders. The big draw with his game is the height, no question. And while it's hard not to be giddy about the potential that could materialize from that, we can't ignore that he's already laid down a nice set of skills on offense.

6’3, 2022 - Anthony Harris: Knights Elite
Harris spurred a

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