Posted On: 09/3/20 7:27 PM

The Circuit League II is an event where a player can easily improve his recruitment status. Players can see their stock rise with top notch performances facing the right competition. Louisiana definitely had some players who saw their stock rise during the event at Drive Nation and we will look at a few of them.

Solomon WashingtonSolomonWashington6'7" | PFCarver | 2022StateLA / 6’7" / LivOn Fleur-de-lis / 2022

One of the hottest players on the grassroots circuit this summer is Solomon WashingtonSolomonWashington6'7" | PFCarver | 2022StateLA.  Washington has shown the ability to play both sides of the floor very well and with high energy.  His finishes above the rim have been eye-popping and abundant.  At the Circuit League II, Washington even stepped out and shot the three better than before.  His confidence is off the charts right now in what he can do on the floor.  He is willing to chase down players for blocks in transition, switch out on smaller guards, and defend bigs at crunchtime.  Washington is becoming a well-rounded player and a Louisiana hoops stock riser.  

Joseph ManningJosephManning6'3" | CGBossier | 2022StateLA / 6’3" / The North / 2022

For a guy who was pretty much matched up with taller

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