Posted On: 07/17/21 9:42 AM

Day 1 of Prep Hoops Exclusive is in the rearview so let’s look back on top performers in the 15U division. We’re looking at teams from 4 different states so good luck tracking them once their school ball season begins. Luckily you’ll have the scoop on how these 2024 prospects are progressing.


James Pulliam - Pulliam’s shooting as a rising 6-6 sophomore is intriguing. He busted Razorback Elite’s zone while being the tallest kid on his team.

Max Howery - I like the way Howery scores around the rim. He consistently cut through the defense to make crafty lay ups. His handle is tight and at 6 foot he’s worth tracking as he enters the upcoming high school season.

Swish Chicago

I’m almost surprised I’m not including the entire team in this entry. Programs like this exemplify the depth in the Chicago area.

JJ Hernandez - Hernandez hosted a block party. Whether he was smacking shots off the glass or out of the hands of an offensive player going for a layup, he was a deterrent for Team United Texas. He’s an athletic 6-6 forward who scores well in transition. In the half court, that athleticism earned him trips

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