Posted On: 08/18/20 9:15 PM

September is only a few weeks away and rising freshmen are getting ready for their first year of high school. The start of the basketball season is slowly approaching with teams looking to improve from the year before. The rising freshmen class are excited for their first taste of varsity basketball. Hoop Heaven Hawks Elite has a talented group of 2024 prospects who should have strong debut seasons in high school.

Colin Woodring is a skilled guard prospect with the potential to help Bridgewater-Raritan. The 5’10 guard attacks the basket hard and uses his strong frame to finish through contact. Woodring plays with energy on both ends of the floor and gets his hands in the passing lanes. His ability to play good defense will benefit him greatly if he wants to get on the court during his freshman season.

Owen Griffin may need a little bit of seasoning first, but he has the potential to have a good high school career by the time he graduates. The 6’2 forward works hard on the offensive glass and knows how to draw contact down low. Griffin is already a good shot-blocker and knows how to wall up down low. He needs to

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