Posted On: 05/30/21 11:51 AM

Being a Division I prospect is the goal of most preps that player basketball and play it on a high level. At the Space City Collision, I saw a few players that are destined to play on that level. Whether it is low, mid-major, high major, or Power 5, the players that follow can definitely compete on that level.

(G) Brandon Rodgers Brandon Rodgers 6'4" | SG Zachary | 2023 State LA | 6’3" (2023) | LA Broncos (Zachary) - pictured above

Rodgers was a force of nature during the Broncos 3-1 Houston trip and performed a high level on both ends of the floor.  During the event, he proved he could score on all three levels and defended at a level just as high.  Rodgers showed that he can facilitate and made passes in the half court as well as transition to teammates allowing them to score. Rodgers man-to-man defense helped create open floor situations as he stole passes and ripped players he was defending.  During his Houston weekend, Rodgers ability to play both ends was on full display.  

(G) Ra’sauud Eaglin | 6’3" (2022) | Houston Wildcats ’21 (Thurgood Marshall)

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