Posted On: 10/3/19 6:30 PM

Thirty minutes before Wisconsin's Top 250 Expo began, players started filing into the gym. Most laced up their shoes and started to warm up. Some showed off their athleticism by throwing down dunks, while others focused on their jump shot. By chance, Adam Larson was getting ready for the camp at a court that I was standing near. I immediately took notice of Larson's long arms and feathery jumper. The scrimmages had not even tipped off yet and I was already intrigued by the Fenimore product. 

Larson played up to the hype. Prep Hoops Wisconsin's Evan Flood called the 6-foot-8 forward a "Walking Highlight." PHW's Collin Parker also had positive things to say about Larson's game. "He’s 6’8” entering his junior year, mind you. His dimensions alone could be the catalyst for college interest."

Length, skill, shot-blocking abilities, and shooting are some of the most important tools to have for basketball players. It can be nearly impossible to find a prospect that possesses all of these. Larson is an aberration. He has a positive wingspan, which allows him to influence shots around the rim. He made 44% of his shots from three last year. And, as the sprinkles on the

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