Posted On: 01/14/21 11:38 AM

Sometimes it’s simply a matter of the right fit for a player. Many talented players slip through the cracks of D1 programs. In this tumultuous recruiting year, that’s likely to happen more than ever. In this article, we take a look at a few class of 2021 prospects that may be excellent fits for small schools. 

Calvin Schmelling 6’5 SG Clark (NV) 2021 - Schmelling didn’t see many minutes for a loaded Coronado squad last season, however, the wing prospect is the type of long, rangy versatile defender that rarely ends up at a D2 school. He’s a high academic student-athlete, that has the chance to become an all-conference type player for the right school.  

Luke Hladky 5’8 PG Campbell County (WV) - Hladky is the type of prospect that someone is going to regret overlooking. The 5’8 PG is a premier floor spacer with the ability to also create buckets for himself. He’s a walking 20 ball every night as his 3 point ability combined with his craftiness provide him with a deadly combination. One of those guys that if he was just 2 inches taller would probably be getting D1 interest.  

Noah HaalandNoahHaaland6'7" | PFLakeland | 2021StateID 6’7 PF Lakeland

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