Posted On: 05/8/21 8:46 AM

With positionless basketball at the pinnacle of all things versatility-wise, New England has become a hotbed for players who can contribute on both ends of the floor. Over the past two months, I’ve had the chance to scout several dynamic, highly scalable prospects both in the game and practice settings. Who are some names to keep tabs this scene this summer.

Isaiah Sullivan Isaiah Sullivan 6'6" | SF Notre Dame Prep West Haven | 2022 State | 6’7" | Stretch-Wing | Bassick High | New Haven Heat | 2022

Isaiah Sullivan Isaiah Sullivan 6'6" | SF Notre Dame Prep West Haven | 2022 State stood out as one of the more versatile players I’ve seen in New England this past year. Positionally speaking, I would say he is a fluid moving wing but shows a guard-like handle and did not back down from guarding up the positional spectrum. With great size for a wing, he really ran the floor with intent. He also showcased a high-level understanding of spacing as he sprinted to the corners and showcased a fluid stroke in the process. While Sullivan can elevate effortlessly above the rim, I was impressed with his ability to knock down several tough contested movement three-pointers. With the ball in his hands, he had some great flashes of playmaking and finding open teammates

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