Posted On: 04/1/20 11:50 PM
With the AAU season all but wiped out for at least the first part of the spring, prospects and college coaches are lying in wait until they can get back in the gym. In this article, PH takes a look at 10 prospects who will be impacted the most by the shutdown.
Tavionte JacksonTavionteJackson6'1" | PGLas Vegas | 2022StateNV 6’1 PG Nevada H2G 2022 (#6PHN 2022) – If anybody was set to explode this summer it was Jackson. After a brilliant sophomore campaign, the sensational guard was all but set to lead the 16U H2G squad. I was really looking forward to watching him on the PrepHoops Hustle Region Circuit as well. He has D1 talent, and I really thought that by the end of Spring he might also have a D1 offer.
Coleman LemkeColemanLemke6'7" | SFFaith Lutheran | 2021StateNV 6’7 SF Team Rogue 2021 (#30PHN 2021) – I’ve been high on Lemke all year, and I still am. The Spring would have been the perfect time for him to start putting together consistent performances. I also feel that, in a more open grassroots structure, he might have a better opportunity to show off his versatile skill set.
Victavion Conway – FoxVictavionConway – Fox6'6" | PFCheyenne | 2021StateNV 6’6 PF Nevada H2G 2021 (#48PHN 2021) (featured image) – Vic needs games. He has the size and length, and he’s a fluid athlete. He needs to improve his overall fundamentals and develop a more consistent post-game, and what better way then the hundreds of reps he would have gotten during the Spring.
Craig ComancheCraigComanche6'1" | PGCentennial | 2021StateNV 6’0 SG Centennial 2021 (#33PHN 2021) – It’s been a while since we’ve last seen Comanche. Terrific two-way player that is a quick-twitch run and jump athlete. Comanche has to prove that he can stay locked in to basketball. When he does that, his talent is evident, this Spring would have been the perfect opportunity to show it.
Matt MortonMattMorton6'5" | SFBoulder City | 2021StateNV 6’5 SF Las Vegas Punishers 2021 (#34PHN 2021) (featured image) – First of all it just doesn’t feel right to watch Morton play with Ethan SpeakerEthanSpeaker6'6" | SFBoulder City | 2021StateNV. That being said Morton had a great opportunity to gain exposure for himself this summer on the UAA circuit. He can do a lot, including facilitating, rebounding and passing. I was really looking forward to watching how that skill set played out in the grassroots setting.