These Class of 2029 kids are fun to watch and they all have a major motor on them already. Make sure you catch them out there, especially at our Prep Hoop Next events. MJ Boyd || Delaware || Class of…
These Class of 2029 kids are fun to watch and they all have a major motor on them already. Make sure you catch them out there, especially at our Prep Hoop Next events.
MJ Boyd || Delaware || Class of 2029 ||
This kid has major swag to his game. always one of the smallest players on the floor but he has a big game. Dude can really snake his way in the lanes and finish among the bigger boys in the paint. Knows how to get to his spots and is always putting pressure on teams with his quickness and quick decision making. Shoots the three well and in time will be an elite three-level scorer. He is already one of the most fun players to watch in the class. stay tuned because this kid has some game.
Kevin English || Florida || Class of 2029 ||
Floor general that uses great pace and patience to get himself looks and create for his teammates. One of the better ball handlers that can keep his dribble through switches and double teams. Float game is nice and his movement without the ball in his hands is great. Really like how he demands the ball in his hands to get things going for his team.
KJ Rivers || Virginia || Class of 2029 ||
KJ is tough on the ball as he uses his elite handles and he brings that ball up and down at different heights and he can explode with a burt as he does make his move. Great vision when he gets in the lane as he can kick it out but he can also drop of some passes as he draws two very often. Uses a great euro-step in the lane that looks elite at this level. can get to the rim going left just as well as he can get to the rim going right. Changes pace and speed very well. KJ has to be one of the toughest one on one guards out there.
Kayo Griffin || California || Class of 2029 ||
Impressive little guy that has an absolute strap. The most dangerous part of his game is that he can get up the floor so quickly and stop and pop three’s better than anyone in the class. He is so quick and can stop on a dime, get his footwork down and stay balanced on his shots. In a pick n’ roll he is good as he gets down hill and can get and angle on a defender and then go ahead and switch direction and pop a mid-range jumper or even get to the rim. Strong finishes at the rim and he is a crafty kid at the rim using different moves in his bag on drives. He is a name to keep an eye on these next few years out here in California.