Posted On: 06/4/19 2:56 PM

The spring AAU season was full of surprises, with many players going from relatively unknowns to big time performers in a matter of weeks. These breakout players saw a rise in their stock over the spring that for many of them led to scholarship offers, and will likely lead to many more in the future. We'll run through seven 2020 players that we saw elevate their status as prospects this spring, and should be in line for a big summer of recruitment.

Steven Crowl (6'10 2020 C, D1 MN)- Over the course of his junior year Steven has transformed into a raw big man, to a dominant figure in the post, capable of scoring on anyone inside. After a productive junior year with Eastview, it was clear Steven was a D1 prospect, but the level in which he played at on the Adidas Gauntlet was more than impressive. At 6'10 Steven is a patient post scorer, with moves leading to soft finishes with either hand around the rim. He always seems to find space for dump off passes into the lane leading to easy dunks, and is willing to run rim-to-rim on both ends. With a solid outside jumper as well,

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