Posted On: 08/6/19 2:08 PM

Last week, we took a look at some summer stockrisers in Michigan. Grassroots season allowed many prospects to showcase their games and garner the attention of scouts and coaches.

Here is Part 2 in our look at some prospects in Michigan that saw their stock rise this summer:

Hanover Horton/HHBC class of 2020 (G/F - Luc Laketa, G/F - Rhett Laketa, PG - Mitch Sauber, SG - Jack Brockie)

Every single one of these kids has next level talent. Both Laketa's are so versatile that they're basically positionless. Sauber is a steady lead guard and Brockie has looked tough defensively with a nice jumper. 

Kyle Legreair (2020, G, Cass Tech, Michigan Playmakers)

Here's another Playmaker, proving that he's a high level college basketball talent. In typical Playmaker fashion, Legreair goes about his business, beating you over and over, even in the smallest way, until you find yourself picking up an L. 

Nate Claerbaut (2021, 6'9", C, Zeeland East, West Michigan Lakers)

Claerbout may be one of the fastest rising prospects in the state. He's grown, but his feet still look very comfortable. Claerbout is on the verge of becoming a truly elite big. 

Bennie Crenshaw (2021, 5'10", PG,

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