Posted On: 02/16/21 12:54 PM

As Indiana heads into sectional time, and the high school regular season is coming to an end, players and teams are solidifying themselves in their positions. Notice that some of the top performers are new to their school's rosters, most coming from a different state in the midwest. Here are 4 players this year that haven’t wasted any time joining their new team, getting comfortable, and thriving.

 

 

Isaiah StaffordIsaiahStafford6'1" | PGBolingbrook | 2021IN Senior 6’3 PG  (Attucks)

The Bolingbrook (Illinois) High school transfer has made noise as he’s stepped on the Indiana basketball scene. The scoring point guard has made his name in the midrange, showing soft touch with an array of runners, step through floaters, and midrange pull ups. His smooth handle and defined stature make him able to glide through traffic and, with his athleticism, make tough finishes at (or above) the rim as well. He’s getting more and more comfortable, totaling his season high of 30 points in one of his last outings. Averaging around 19 points a game and leading Attucks to a 16-4 record, the senior has turned some heads with

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