Posted On: 04/26/21 9:57 AM

This AAU period is critical for prospects across the nation as the end of the NCAA dead live period is coming to a close. The opportunity to play in front of D1 coaches will happen in June, meaning players have good opportunities to hone their skills before than. This is especially true in 2023 with a lot of forward prospects getting an opportunity to show their skills. Here are the top 2023 forwards with the most to gain this AAU season.

Carson Howard Carson Howard 6'7" | PF Lacey | 2023 State NJ , 6’7 PF Lacey

Howard has been dominant for Lacey over his first two seasons, but this spring period with Team Final is key for him. The 6’7 forward plays with good footwork down low and has a nice touch around the basket. Howard can knock down jumpers in the mid-range and is an underrated ball-handler. He skies for rebounds on both ends of the floor and is a solid post defender. Howard is a talented post prospect whose best basketball is ahead of him.

Jackson Tindall, 6’6 SF St. Peter’s Prep

Tindall is part of a talented NJ Scholars team, but his skillset will allow him to make an impact. The 6’6 wing has a

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