Posted On: 04/14/20 8:38 AM

Typically during the spring AAU season, rising juniors really began to start making a name for themselves in front of college coaches. Because of the coronavirus, they will not have that opportunity this year. Below are five prospects that were set to give an introduction to the recruiting world this spring.

6’8 George PerkinsGeorgePerkins6'8" | PFSidwell Friends | 2022StateMD | Sidwell Friends

There is a lot to like about Perkins because of his upside. Standing at 6’9, he can rebound the ball well at both ends while also being able to score in the post but also from midrange. Coaches would have loved to see the upside in Perkins this spring.

6’6 Dani Dennis-SuttonDaniDennis-Sutton6'6" | CMcDonogh | 2022StateMD | McDonogh 

Known as a big time football recruit, Dani can get it done on the hardwood too. He is a physical beast that plays a big presence on defending post players. On offense he also has the ability to finish at the rim and hit jumpers from different spots on the floor.

6’2 Antonio HamlinAntonioHamlin6'2" | CGMount St. Joseph | 2022MD | Combine Academy

Hamlin just missed the cut on our All State Teams but was slated to the honorable mention. Hamlin should

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