Posted On: 05/11/20 9:58 AM

When it comes to the Class of 2023 we try and look at future potential. Scoring isn’t always an indicator of how players will be valued at the collegiate level. Guards really need to play at a high level and bigger players are usually sought out because there is a limited amount of bigger players available. There are e few players that were able to assert themselves either way for their respective teams as freshman. There are also a lot of players that will have to wait their turn as they play on stacked teams. Here are a few players that had major production for the Class of 2023.

Quentin MezaQuentinMeza5'11" | PGCyprus | 2023StateUT (Cyprus)

At 17 points a game Quentin was a major surprise for Cyprus. He has always been able to score against players his age, but for him to put up the numbers he did was impressive regardless of what region he plays in. He is listed at 5’10 and despite him being undersized he finds ways to score. He is crafty, especially with his ability to hot the long ball. He hit 51 three-pointers and hit double-figures in over 75% of his games. His high IQ enables

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