Posted On: 06/10/19 5:18 PM

This spring a number of players elevated their profile and one of the biggest stock risers in the Class of 2021 may very well have been Brandon Hopson Jr. The quick 6-foot, 160-pound point guard from Roosevelt simply dominated at times playing with his Maeko 16U squad, and the junior-to-be is starting to hear from some college programs as a result of his play.

"It's been a good experience and I've been getting a lot of exposure," Hopson said. "I'd say my big tournament was at Hoopsource and it was a really big tournament for me as I really got to show what I could do. I was scoring left and right the whole tournament and I just felt good the whole tournament."

Hopson has shown himself as a versatile offensive player with the ability to do multiple things with the basketball. "I've been shooting the three, finishing at the rim, I can pass - I feel like I can do it all if you give me the ball in the right place," Hopson said. "I've been working on my defense and moving my feet more. I've been working on my footwork trying to get quicker and faster."

Pepperdine has

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