Eight prospects who boosted their stock during the July evaluation period…
Thinkmay have played his way into the top five of the 2024 rankings. The Oshkosh North wing played at a high level against some of the best talent in the country throughout July. An aggressive, tenacious scorer, Clark can put the ball in the hole from all three levels. Clark shoots it very well off the catch, can score fading away from the rim, and knows how to create matchup problems on the block. He’s continuously added parts to his game and shows off something new every season/evaluation period. Clark holds offers from Green Bay and St. Thomas. Valparaiso is another program that could be close to offering the 6-foot-5 junior.
I don’t think he’s fully arrived yet, butended July with a bang. The Brookfield Central forward was putting up some eye-popping numbers, even more so considering he plays alongside two Top 100 national prospects. The 6-foot-8 junior was also a terrific 3-point shooter, but now he’s knocking in buckets on the move and off the dribble. Daugherty is stuffing the stat sheet as well. Still growing into his body, Daugherty has racked up rebounds and made a handful of plays for his teammates during Nike EYBL play. Expect Daugherty to be a guy that just slowly chips away at the players in front of him on the rankings list as I think he’s starting to realize his potential and turn a corner.
UW-Milwaukee came through and became the first program to offer. There are other high major programs also taking notice after a strong summer. The St. Thomas More wing/forward has arguably the most potential in this 2024 class. At 6-foot-7, Konneh is a long, explosive athlete. He’s got a scary good mid-range game, able to rise and fire off-balance or just face-up and create a jumper in the 10-12 foot range. Konneh is still a little raw skills wise and needs to expand his game more to the perimeter, but he’s shown steady growth since his freshman year.
I know there are some other prospects in this class with Division 1 offers and getting more looks, but I really like. I know positionally, he probably doesn’t fit everybody and is a little unconventional, maybe even a tweener, but I can’t argue the results. At 6-foot-4, McNabb doesn’t blow you away athletically, but is highly skilled, well-rounded, and possesses one of the best IQ’s in the state. Not many guards, if any in this state, read a defense as well as McNabb. The Grafton star can carry an offense, contribute across the board, is also a plus defender that creates a lot of turnovers with his anticipation skills.
There’s always one or two guys in every class like. The kid wasn’t blessed with ideal positional size, but he gets the most out of his talent and brings it every time he steps on the floor. The 5-foot-10 guard is a very skilled prospect that can really shoot it off screens. He’s one of the tougher players to defend, because Goll is constantly moving on the floor. The Milton product can get into tight areas off the dribble, doesn’t need a lot of space for his shot, and can play on or off the ball.
has a chance to really take the Big Eight by storm this winter. He’s not a well-known player across the state yet, but put together a very strong summer on the AAU circuit with Wisconsin Academy. Schofield has some of the best measurables in his class. He’s a strong, athletic, and long combo forward that plays with a very high motor. He’s still coming into his own, but can score the ball in a variety of different ways. Schofield shoots it from deep, can slash, play with his back to the basket, and has a little junkyard dog in him as an offensive rebounder. Think there’s a lot of untapped potential still in Schofield’s game, especially with his defensive versatility — guarding multiple positions.
didn’t score a lot of points, but he played big minutes for Wisconsin Playground Club for a reason. A guy that played on a stacked Racine Case squad last season, Brumby’s production is set to go way up this winter as well. One of the best on-ball defenders in the state, Brumby can pick people for 94 feet and make them work all the way up the floor. He’s sneaky good and getting his body in between a ball handler and the basketball, often able to create turnover on the other side of halfcourt. A downhill, shifty guard with some blow-by ability on the ball, Brumby has a strong body that can take a bump on the way to the rim.
had a really good summer in a lot of ways. Not sure if playing alongside two high major guards had an impact, but thought Lomack developed into more of a true floor general. Early in his career, Lomack played with tunnel vision and forced the issue. You see him now playing with his head up and looking to create for his teammates, while still being able to get his offensively. A bulldog as a guard, Lomack is a strong prospect that can bully people to the rim. Has done a much better job as well of playing off two feet when he gets to the rim, slowing down a bit, and drawing defenders away from their man.