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Posted On: 04/28/21 10:12 AM

The spring AAU season has been key for many prospects across the nation as they get an opportunity to show their skills against good competition. The players are up to the challenge, especially the unranked ones who are unafraid to show their potential. Here are the unranked prospects who have stood out in AAU play.

Pat Rogers, 6'6 SF Rutherford 2022

Rogers has made an instant impact with the NJ Panthers as he has been able to show his full game. The lanky 6'6 wing has a nice touch around the basket and does not mind drawing contact. Rogers can also put the ball on the floor and can knock down open jumpers from distance. He is a strong rebounder and his length gives him the potential to defend multiple positions. Rogers recently picked up an offer from Georgian Court, which could be the first of more to come.

Kordell Philemon, 6'3 PG Union Catholic 2024

Philemon has been making some noise with NEBC Philly as he is becoming more comfortable with the ball in his hands. The 6'3 guard has a good handle and is able to beat his defender off the bounce. Philemon knows how to draw contact

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