Ashe Oglesby

Posted On: 10/28/20 12:51 PM

In this short series, I’ll be previewing some of the deeper teams in the southeast corner of the state by giving a breakdown on some of their prospects with the potential to play at the next level. We’ll start off with The Prairie School out of Racine, Wisconsin, who will be one of the state contenders at the Division 4 level.

Antuan NesbittAntuanNesbitt6'3" | SFThe Prairie School | 2021StateWI (6’4 2021 W)- One of the most versatile players in the 2021 class, Antuan has been stuffing the box score for Prairie since his sophomore season. At around 6’4 with long arms, he has the size to play the 1-3 at the high school level, and his athleticism adds to his ability to guard all of those spots. He’s an explosive finisher who can leap off one or two feet to finish, has an underrated outside shot (46% on 46 attempts last year), and gets to the rim both in transition or off the dribble in a half court set. Antuan is able to play as a lead guard for his team and does a good job of setting up his teammates to score, or can also play off the ball as a scoring wing. Add

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