Unknowns and Undervalued

Posted On: 09/6/19 11:25 AM

The Southeast Conference is consistently among the state's best conferences in terms of high level college prospects, with Tulane freshman Nobal Days a recent product of the league. Nobal and his Racine Park team's dominant run appears to be over as most of their lineup graduated, but the SEC cupboard of talent is still full. Ranging from Division 1 to Division 3 prospects, the talent is flowing in the Racine/Kenosha area. Prep Hoops Wisconsin breaks down some of the top overall prospects in the conference today.

JaKobe Thompson (6'1 2021 G, Racine Case)- The only returning 1st-Team All Conference player? That would be Case's JaKobe Thompson. An electric scorer who can take over a game in the blink of an eye, JaKobe returns for his junior year already having scored 878 career points (19.5 career average). The lefty guard has a game similar to that of James Harden, in that he can hit a step-back three in your face, or get into the paint and draw fouls with ease. He's not the most explosive player, but he is so deceptive and crafty with the ball in his hands, and can pull off some amazing finishes around the rim. Ranked 13th in

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