Posted On: 03/25/20 4:08 PM

With the spring club and travel basketball seasons put on hold due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we wanted take some time to spotlight some of the area’s best unsigned seniors who have the ability to impact a college program at a variety of levels. Below are the first five seniors looking for a landing spot at the next level.

Amound AndersonAmoundAnderson6'3" | SGLeuzinger | 2020State#198Nation, Leuzinger - It is still a mystery as to why Anderson is still on the board. The 6-foot-3 combo guard has an impeccable pedigree which includes being a four-year starter and the school’s leader in points scored. Anderson is a versatile offensive player who can initiate offense or play off the ball as needed and scores in a variety of ways from all three levels of the floor. The most transferable parts of Anderson’s game are his impact on winning and ability to lead.

David CheatomDavidCheatom6'3" | SFL.A. Univeristy | 2020State#418Nation, L.A. University - Cheatom had a beast of a season, putting up averages of 20.4 points and 7.1 rebounds while leading the Wildcats to 18 wins. The 6-foot-4 wing isn’t the flashiest or highest flying player on the floor, but his versatility, toughness and high motor translate into winning

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