Posted On: 09/1/21 9:22 AM
The senior class is deep, even past #100 in our rankings. Which lower-rated prospects should scouts watch closely this season?
6'5" | SF
Neenah | 2022
After jumping onto our radar this summer, Schmidt looks for an encore this season with Neenah. The power forward channels his football background on the court, using his frame and athleticism to play bigger than his size. During the summer season, he would out-rebound taller centers and use his footwork to get position for post looks. Some of his better moments come out of the high post, where he can facilitate and hit jumpers.
6'3" | SF
Appleton North | 2022
- Appleton North:
A prospect that’s been an effective glue-guy, but shows signs of evolving into an offensive focal point. That jump will be supported by his playmaking. In the lane, it’s surprising how his IQ and decision-making changes the game. He finds cutters with ambitious passes and makes plays where others can’t.
6'3" | SG
Northwestern | 2022
When he’s on the court, Mayberry’s confidence projects in every move he makes. The guard has a smooth three-level scoring game, especially when he's able to isolate and