Posted On: 08/31/20 3:29 PM

On the last day of August, we reflect on what was a hectic and unique summer while attempting to foreshadow what’s to come in the coming months for this week’s roundtable.

1. As September approaches, what’s the biggest story line heading into the fall?

Giacubeno: I think it’s how we continue to navigate through these confusing times. We’ve seen a number of events and programs putting together closed scrimmages with streams available for college coaches and it’s been a huge success in my eyes. Without these platforms, there would have been a TON of prospects going unnoticed in what is the most important summer for the 2021 and 2022 classes. With high school basketball being shelved until 2021, this fall and beginning of winter will call for much creativity between AAU programs and event holders.

Ayalew: These are unprecedented times. I think the biggest storyline revolves around the 2021 class. With spots being filled every day, certain players could become more sought after than during the summer. I’m interested to see who they will be.

Wilson: I am going with the recruitment of Trevor KeelsTrevorKeels6'4" | SGPaul VI | 2021State#17NationVA. There are

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