Posted On: 08/20/20 12:47 AM

Under the radar is a term that gets tossed around often. I’m going for a slightly different angle here. For a variety of reason these players are off the beaten path. With the conclusion of a most unusual grassroots season and the uncertainty of the regular season looming, these five players might require a little extra effort to see this year. That being said, this would be time well spent as these players also hold an abundance of small college potential. 

Clayton Roberts 6-4 2021 Home School I first saw this player last fall in a showcase event. I was initially impressed with athleticism and competitiveness on the defensive end. Flash forward to this summer to find a player with a little more physical definition and an expanding offensive game. If a coach was to harbor a bias towards a home school league (which would be a mistake) Roberts has some solid public school credentials as well. Averaged a double double with 17 points and 11 rebounds in his sophomore year at Wyoming Lee. Moved onto the Grand Rapids Angels, the same home school program that produced Luke Maranka (Toledo) Would be a second generation college athlete as his father

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