It is time to transition towards the 2027’s who will surely be special as was the Class of 2026. We are starting to spot some of the most talented players in the country in this class already. 6’2 G Talib…
It is time to transition towards the 2027’s who will surely be special as was the Class of 2026. We are starting to spot some of the most talented players in the country in this class already.
6’2 G Talib Martin || New York || 2027 ||
Talk about a youngster that not only is a big guard but with some physical attributes you rarely see on a Class of 2027 kid. He is tough and can play above the rim already. He has been spotted playing with NYC Heights but this kid is a future circuit kid. With a strong foundation with his defense and attack mode to the rim he can sure continue to build and develop the rest of his game.
6’0 PG Martay Barnes || Florida || 2027 ||
The Sunshine State has a good PG in the making in Martay as he is a crafty and creative guard that initiates contact on his drives. Cross is nice going towards both sides and he explodes out his moves. Nice shot which makes him a dangerous player in the pick n’ roll. Great handle and vision as he sees cutters move quickly.
6’9 C Adrien Isaac Parras || New Mexico || 2027 ||
This kid is different he is long and he is a smooth lefty and he has himself a solid mid-range. He is very fluid with his shot as he gets it of very fluidly. He can also step outside and strech the floor with his outside game. In the pick n’ roll he has a mature screen as he holds it and rolls at different paces depending on what the defense does and he finishes with contact. This kid has a major ceiling and although he is lefty he still has a nice over the right shoulder hook. We saw him suit up for his club team ISI Joe and he is solid.
5’11 G Jax Oyler || Utah || 2027 ||
This kid is a knockdown three-point shooter. Discovered him playing two grades up at the high school JV level and he was lighting it up from deep. One of the best shooters in the Class of 2027 and for sure the best we have seen in Utah in that class. He relocates with quickness and he can get his shots off quickly. If he has time he is going to make it as he shoots at a high percentage from deep. When teams play a zone he is a major zone killer.
5’7 PG Heaven Chea || Washington || 2028 ||
This kid really popped and stood out as a down hill and low to the ground PG that can get to the rim through the defense and by his defender with ease. He is quick and he has a lot of wiggle. Creates contact and he is just lightning quick. Excited to track him moving forward as a solid 2028 prospect.