Posted On: 05/9/19 12:37 AM

 With only one live period in spring, the Class of 2020 prospects have fewer opportunities to showcase their talents to coaches than their predecessors. This means that every game counts - literally. 

We look back at which prospects helped their cause.

San Diego Live Period: 2020 Stock Raisers

Yassine Gharram, 6-3 PG, Compton Magic

Gharram really put together a solid weekend in Dallas, showing off the passing and playmaking ability that has him emerging as a mid-major target on the West Coast. 

Beon Riley, 6-5 G, Dream Vision

Riley emerged from the live period with an offer from San Diego after having a strong live period in his reserve role for undefeated Dream Vision. His size, versatile skill set and brute strength have made him an intriguing prospect.

Emmett Neal, 6-4 SG, Gamepoint Elite

With Gamepoint missing star wing Brandon Angel (more later), Neal put together a dazzling offensive display in Dallas, punctuated by a 24-point performance vs Team Florida on 9 shots. Montana quickly offered after the weekend.

Brandon Angel, 6-7 W, Gamepoint Elite

It says something when a player receives a scholarship offer after not playing a game during the live period. Cal State Fullerton offered the 6-7

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