Posted On: 11/13/20 11:43 AM
There is much uncertainty with Connecticut high school basketball at this point. The CIAC has moved the potential start date to December 17th, but this is unlikely. The top prospects in the state may not have the opportunity to play until 2021 but here are a few players to keep on your radar.
6'3" | CG
Northwest Catholic | 2022
, 6’3" SG, Northwest Catholic, 2022
The 2019-2020 Connecticut Second Team All-State performer averaged 23.6 points per game last season. After an outstanding summer, he has picked up offers from UMass, Fairfield, Hartford, and Bryant.
7'1" | C
Bristol Central | 2022
, 7’1" C, Bristol Central, 2022
Clingan returns 24.8 points, 17.2 rebounds, and 6.4 blocks per game. Headed into his junior year he’s already eclipsed 1000 points and 750 rebounds. He holds a number of high major offers and continues to improve.
7'0" | C
Sacred Heart Waterbury | 2021
, 7’0" C, Sacred Heart, 2021
Connor will return much-needed size in the middle for Sacred Heart. His role will be vastly different this year. The team will lean on him more this season to lead the way.
6'5" | SF
Windsor | 2023
, 6’5" SF, Windsor, 2023
McKoy continues to build a reputation nationwide after earning 'Top 30