Lloyd has much-improved ball skills and his shot has become much smoother

Posted On: 11/23/19 10:30 AM

Ramel 'Rock' Lloyd was a star at Cardinal Hayes High School in New York, went on to play at Syracuse and Long Beach State, and had a lengthy professional career overseas. Now, Ramel Lloyd Jr. is looking to follow in his father's footsteps.

An all-around player with a versatile skillset, Lloyd is entering his sophomore year having recently transferred to Taft after spending his freshman year at Calabasas. He's been a highly-touted prospect since he was in middle school, and he received his first Division 1 offer from UNLV when he was in 7th grade.

Since then, he's picked up offers from Dayton, DePaul, Fresno State, Manhattan, and TCU. As he continues his progress and his high school career, it's pretty safe to say that more offers will be rolling in.

While he's got plenty of time to sort through them and identify a situation that best suits him, he knows what he'll be looking for when that time comes.

"I definitely want to go to a big conference," Lloyd told Prep Hoops. "I want to be able to come in right away and have a big impact on the team."

For now, Lloyd is sure to have a big

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