Posted On: 03/30/20 2:10 PM

With the high school season all wrapped up, Prep Hoops takes a look at some of the players who boosted their stock as college prospects!

Curtis JonesCurtisJones6'3" | SGCretin-Derham Hall | 2020StateMN (6’3 2020 SG, Cretin-Derham Hall)- Curtis went from being known as a sharpshooter last year, to being an all-around scoring threat whose name is in the conversation for best shooter in the state. Shooting 45% from beyond the arc while attempting 186 threes, Curtis averaged 15.9 points, 3.9 rebounds, and 3.1 assists while playing alongside two Division 1 offered talents. Curtis has good size at 6’3, plays with a mature composure, and has sneaky athleticism around the rim. His smooth stroke from outside combined with a crafty lay-up package makes him a high level scorer. Curtis holds a number of junior college offers.

Caron CroweCaronCrowe6'2" | SFSt. Paul Central | 2020StateMN (6’2 2020 G, St. Paul Central)- Caron spent his junior season as his team’s spot-up shooter while a strong 2019 class handled the majority of the scoring and handling duties. This season Caron was the lone returning contributor, and proved that he’s a talented player in his own right. He averaged 19.1 ppg as Central’s go-to scorer, using his mixture of outside shooting and explosive finishing

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