Sorry guys, I haven’t updated the site recently because of other projects that have been taking up my time. However, I would like to announce that I am officially back and plan on updating the site more often. Keep coming back for more updates, evaluations, and projections.
Already committed to play for the Florida Gators, Kasey Hill is determined to bring the national championship back to Gainsville. Measuring in at 6’0″, 170 lbs, Hill is my fifth overall rated player in the class of 2013 and the second rated point guard (only behind Andrew Harrison). After watching him play a few games, it is easy to see why Hill is such a highly-ranked player. Simply put, he can do everything. Continue Reading
Robert Hubbs is a 6’5″, 180 pound two guard out of Newbern Tennessee, who is skyrocketing up the recruiting boards. Possessing good size for the shooting guard position, Hubbs looks to be that dynamic scorer at the college level that many coach covet. What stands out to me when I watch him play is his smooth shooting stroke. The way he shoots the ball is reminiscent of Kevin Durant, in which it has a high release point and is overall very smooth. Hubbs is able to hit shots from just about anywhere on the court but, it seems to me, he is partial to top of the key jumpers. I like his mid-range game but I wish he would utilize it more often. Continue Reading
Marcus Lee is one of the more interesting prospects in the class of 2013 and, in a way, one of the most polarizing as well. He is ranked as high as 27 but also does not appear on a few top 100 lists. Needless to say, scouts’ opinions differ about this talented power forward out of Antioch, California. Lee has the classic high school power forward type body which is probably to blame for the disagreement on where he should be ranked. He has good height (6 foot 9 inches) but lacks the ideal size (maybe 200 pounds) and strength most scouts want to see in post players. Continue Reading
Coming out of Troy, Michigan, James Young is one of the more intriguing prospects in the class of 2013. He is without a doubt one of the best perimeter scorers in the nation and proves that by being able to score multiple ways. Continue Reading
Last year, college basketball was absolutely dominated by class of 2012′s number one prospect, Anthony Davis. Davis can thank much of his success to his freakishly long wingspan (7 foot, 5 inches) that allowed him to block a record 186 shots and helped him win the Defensive Player of the Year award. You might think Davis’ wingspan is the longest ever recorded but, you obviously haven’t seen class of 2013 center, BeeJay Anya. Continue Reading
Measuring in at 6’6″, 220 lbs with a crazy 7’2″ wingspan, Ishmail Wainright has an NBA ready body as junior in high school. Physically, he could compete at the small forward position at the highest level possible which is why he is considered one of the top prospects in the class of 2013. Along with his size and strength, Wainright is an explosive leaper which allows him to finish strong in traffic and transition. As one could expect, his superior size, strength, and athleticism make him one of the best defenders in all of high school. Wainright has the strength and size to be able guard power forwards but has the speed and agility to effectively guard wings. I have noticed that Wainright has exceptional footwork for a player of his size which allow him to position his body perfectly when he is guarding someone. Continue Reading