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Posted On: 05/8/20 3:00 PM

The 2019-20 high school basketball regular season and playoffs have long been over, but there still are quite a few unsigned seniors left who have not yet committed to a college. With all travel ball events being put on indefinite hold, unsigned seniors didn’t get one final opportunity to showcase themselves to college coaches.

In addition to that, the NCAA transfer portal exploded and college coaches seemingly opted to go with more proven college talent than taking a chance on a senior in the absence of the spring live period.

Here’s some seniors I’ve watched this season who are still unsigned and could probably help a college team at some level, but could really benefit from a post graduate year.

 

Richard Law Jr.- 5’11” CG Woodrow Wilson

Richard is a 5'11" guard who is capable of playing on or off the ball. The senior guard shoots the ball extremely well and is able to score from all 3 levels. Law is one of the best shooters in the state. He has a great 1-2 dribble pull up from mid range or from deep. Richard is a solid finisher and he uses his quick first step to beat

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