Kansas players to watch this offseason (2020)

Kansas players to watch this offseason (2020) Here, Prep Hoops Kansas takes a look at several players who are likely to raise their profile on the college recruiting trail in the upcoming months. Xavier Bell, 6’4, G, 2020, Andover Central Bell is playing his first season with MoKan Elite 16U squad this spring and brings[…]

Top remaining players on the 2018 board

Players Remaining on the board The 2018 class in Kansas still includes several talented players who have not yet made a college commitment. Parker Bruan, 6’8, F, 2018, Blue Valley Northwest Easily the most talented prospect remaining on the board in Kansas’ 2018 class, Braun is a long, athletic interior player capable of finishing plays[…]

Undiscovered Sleepers: 6-7 and Under

Latrell Jones, Believe Prep Academy The hyper-athletic 6-foot-5 left handed guard is a veritable sky-riser. Bolstered by explosive vertical leaping ability, Jones has the style and make up that would enable him to thrive in a souped-up system. A consistent scorer, Jones still needs to get stronger in adapting to the physical demands of the[…]

Underrated and Undervalued : 2018 Prospects Still Uncommitted

The Hillsborough County 2018 senior class is talented and this years games were super competitive amongst the top teams. Knowing this fact, why aren’t more guys committed to play at the next level? I took a look around the county to see who’s still available with the April signing day coming up.   5 2018 Still[…]

10 Class of 2019 Prospects Ready to Blow Up This Spring

The AAU travel season kicks off on Friday. Here are 10 class of 2019 prospects who are ready to see their stocks and recruitments rise going into the spring evaluation period. Josh Cash – 2019 – F – Wisconsin Swing An energy player that affects the game in a variety of ways, Cash should be[…]

Who’s About to Blow Up: Sleepers and Potential Stock-Risers at States

At least a couple players are bound to shoot up recruiting boards after strong performances at the State Tournament. While everyone else will be scrambling to find information about the surprise stars from the coming weekend, here’s your insider heads up on who is primed for a break-out. Nathan Bruns (2019), 6’6” W, Marion Local[…]

The Ten Most Exciting Players in Tennessee

At Prep Hoops we do our best to project the prospects to what they will be in college. This list is a little different. Forget college! What players were the most exciting to watch this season in high school?  Prep Hoops gives you the top ten most exciting players in Tennessee regardless of class. 1.[…]

Ten Senior Prospects Who Will Rise in the Rankings

Ten class of 2018 prospects who boosted their stock during their senior seasons and are primed to rise in the next rankings update… Drew Blair – Stevens Point Previous Ranking: 23 You have to admire the senior season Blair had. He went into the year thinking he’d be the No. 2 option behind Joey Hauser. Instead,[…]

Spring Preview: 2020 Sleepers

The spring is now just about here and we are spending time over the next month preparing and previewing all you need to know about the 2020 class as AAU gets ready to get going.  We will breakdown many areas with not only position breakdowns but the best of the best. Today, we are looking[…]

Top AA Rebounders: State Tournament Edition

Class AA state quarterfinals tip Thursday, March 15th at 1:15 PM central.  The eight teams bring plenty of talented players.  Today the emphasis belongs on the young men in the trenches.  These are the guys battling and devoting their physical well-being to the cause.  These are the Top AA Rebounders. Division I, Class AA BlueCross[…]

A Family Affair: Top Brother Acts

High school basketball can be a family affair at times. With that in mind, Prep Hoops Missouri brings to you some of the top brother acts in the state of Missouri. If there are others that we have missed, drop us line and we will include them. Kale and Jayce Catchings (Wentzville Liberty): The Catchings[…]

Mr. Inside-Mr. Outside Combinations

There are some dynamic “Mr. Inside-Mr. Outside” combinations around the state with an excellent post player combines with a top perimeter player to create a very formidable duo. There are so many good one around the state, so here are a few of them at all levels: Carte’are Gordon 6’8″ and Courtney Ramey 6’4″ (Webster[…]

Small College Prospects around Charlotte

The level of basketball around the largest city in North Carolina is abundant. Here is a look at some of the top small college prospects in and around the Charlotte area.  6’5, 2018 W Jaiden Hunt (Shelby HS) Hunt transferred before his senior season from Cherryville High School and has been a bright spot for[…]

Underrated players in the class of 2018

There are a ton of underrated players around the state. However, for this list, I’ve compiled a list of six players that I’ve seen multiple times that I believe deserve more recognition from college programs. If you believe you are being under recruited, contact me via twitter (@zacharytmanning) or by email at [email protected] Jayvien Torrance-Jackson[…]

Stars On The Court And In The Classroom

Being a student-athlete is a difficult task.  It’s a position that comes with many responsibilities.  Too often overlooked is the academic accomplishments of high school athletes.  Stars on the court have even more pressing things to accomplish at school.  There are some high school basketball players that are able to star on the court while[…]

2020 Top Scorers

Prep Hoops takes a look at the top scorers in the Palmetto State from the 2020 class. Zyan Gilmore – Clarendon Hall (Summerton)  28.8 ppg (pictured on the front)  Gilmore has the Saints winning the region and has been battling a fever and cold the past week. Gilmore played his freshman season at Lake Marion[…]

Iowa’s Most Improved Teams

Each year, there are teams that take major steps forward from where they were a year ago. These improvements can happen for a variety of reasons, and we’ve pinpointed ten schools from around the state who have showed marked improvement on the court this winter.   Cedar Rapids Washington (4-18 last year, 7-9 this year)[…]

San Diego’s best available – combo guards

Longtime NBA player Rod Strickland on Twitter recently questioned the need for the label “combo guard.” While he made excellent points, for this exercise, we will use the term to discuss the next group of unsigned San Diego prospects. A combo guard is player that fits somewhere in the middle between your traditional point guard[…]

Most Valuable Role Players

It can be easy to look at the list of top teams in the state and think that the reason those teams are on top is their star power. But none of those teams would be as successful as they are without the glue guys who hold those teams together. Here’s a look at some[…]

The Unranked – Six players to watch

As the calendar has turned to 2018, most high school and college basketball teams have begun to focus on district or conference play. Individual player performances will be magnified during this time as the pressure mounts from game to game. Colleges, while in the midst of their season, will be visiting gyms across their respective[…]