Posted On: 08/19/19 12:14 AM

Getting recruited is difficult, especially if you play for a non-sponsored AAU program. Now that the 2019 travel season has concluded, Prep Hoops Wisconsin takes a look at some prospects that deserve more recruiting attention: 

Darius Hannah 6'8 / F Milwaukee Academy of Science
Darius Hannah's path to becoming a top ten prospect in Wisconsin's 2020 class has been circuitous, to say the least. In his sophomore season, Hannah had become a must-see player for college coaches. The forward averaged 15.5 points and 12.3 rebounds per game during his second high school season. Unfortunately, things took a turn for the worse during his junior campaign. He was only able to compete in four games last year due to an ACL tear in his left knee. Because he wasn't physically able to get on the court for most of the winter, The MAS forward saw his stock significantly drop.
However, during the AAU season, he showed positive progress. Despite donning a bulky knee brace to protect his recently injured knee, Hannah's performance in July portends future success. He has ideal intangibles for a forward -- his length, athleticism, and scoring ability all make him extremely tough to stop.

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