Posted On: 07/18/20 5:03 PM

The Unity Legends Showcase featured a lot of talent that compete on multiple different levels. Players from big-time prep schools to smaller public high schools came out to the showcase, displaying their full range of talent. The showcase was a great stage as some players rose to the occasion and put out strong performances. Here are the top stock risers from the Unity Legends Showcase.

Colin KingColinKing6'6" | SFSeton Hall Prep | 2021StateNJ, 6’6 SF Seton Hall Prep 2021

King may have arrived late to the opening game for the 17U team, but his impact was felt as he knocked down a pair of three-pointers in the second half. The 6’6 forward was more aggressive in the second game as he attacked the basket hard. King used his body to finish through contact around the rim and attempted to dunk in traffic on more than one occasion. He handled the ball well on the perimeter and played solid post defense. King is a talented wing prospect who is a great option for the 17U team.

Chase ClarkeChaseClarke6'5" | SFNewark Academy | 2022StateNJ, 6’5 SF Newark Academy 2022

Clarke came into the showcase known as a big-time scorer and rebounder, which was on full display during the two

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