Posted On: 09/28/19 10:51 AM

Judging from the signs in the back of car windows Michiganders like to frequent the M-22 (Sleeping Bear Dunes) corridor. College basketball recruiters might not be as prevalent among these visitors. Some young prospects are seeking to change this narrative and began this process by playing up a few grade levels this past weekend at the Prep Hoops 250 Expo.
  1. Luke Hazelton 6-6 2023 Glen Lake  The younger brother of Ferris St commit and top Northern Michigan Lower Peninsula prospect Reece Hazelton, so the bloodlines are there. Unfortunately brothers will often be compared, and Luke is a much different prospect at this point. A traditional big he does not posses the perimeter explosiveness of his brother. This is by no means a slight, as he is arguably one of the better low post prospects in the entire 2023 class. Earlier this summer he played well in a loaded positional group at the Ferris St Exposure Camp. He looked even better at the 250 Expo. Basically everything was present expect the payoff, as he struggled to finish at the rim. Outside of that he displayed excellent footwork and a good understanding of how to operate in the pick and

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