Posted On: 04/20/20 3:55 PM

With the world currently on pause as we continue to find a pathway of continuation through the pandemic, the flow of content will remain constant here at Prep Hoops. We recently took a look at guards, wings and frontcourt players of the 2021 class who were affected most the postponement of AAU. This series is more geared towards the prospects who are still flying under the radar in said class. They fit the mold as being prospects for the NAIA, Division II, Division III or JuCo levels. It’s not to say they couldn’t possibly earn a Division I scholarship, but at this moment they project as certain prospects for the levels mentioned prior.

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Jackson and his backcourt mate also highlighted in this article, Rasheed DupreeRasheedDupree5'5" | PGKIPP | 2021StateMD, form one of the most underrated, but productive backcourts in the DMV. Jackson led KIPP this season averaging 17.2 points, 8.6 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 4.5 steals per game. As indicated by his stat line, Jackson gets it done in pretty much every aspect. He scores on a consistent basis in transition and is excellent with anticipating passes off the ball defensively. It wouldn’t be

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