We start to shift over at the Class of 2027 as they will have an uphill battle and big shoes to fill because the Class of 2026 was special and frankly this 2027 class has some dudes that can really…
We start to shift over at the Class of 2027 as they will have an uphill battle and big shoes to fill because the Class of 2026 was special and frankly this 2027 class has some dudes that can really play and there is height and skill littered all over the country.
Gustavo Roca || Illinois || 2027 ||
This kid is unreal, not only does he have game but he has some bounce to him. Playing for the Puerto Rican National teams 15U squad he has a shifty game and he has wiggle and he fits all of what you would expect an elite guard to come out of Chicago. The bag is deep but overall he is just smooth and composed.
Cayden Daughtry || Florida || 2027 ||
One of the best ball handling PG’s in the country. This kid can really get creative on the move because he gets the ball and he is on the move. Mid-range is great which really makes him a solid PG in that pick n’ roll as he can hit from deep if teams go under and he can attack the rim if they show and he can create as he gets those attract two and kick.
Cameron Barnes || Missouri || 2027 ||
Cameron could be on track to be the #1 player in the country with the way he has been playing and with the way he is projecting as a future prospect. He is a big body SF that can handle the ball and even go coast to coast and finish above the rim. He is a player you can run your offense through. He catches and assesses and usually makes a winning play. He was a tough cover on that KC United team.
Jamal McKnight Jr. || Texas || 2027 ||
The current #1 player in the country is out of Texas and that is no surprise as they have been producing some dudes as of late. He is just uber skilled as he can get you a bucket anywhere on the floor. He has a nice mid-range post game already which is a very mature skill to have. He gets to the rim and challenges anyone and he finishes through contact. I mean he is mini professional scorer in the Class of 2027/
Cooper Zachary || Indiana || 2027 ||
Cooper has a crazy motor and he is a perfect example of a player that snakes his way through the defense as he can change directions quickly as he leaves most defenders off balance and since he is a downhill PG. He makes tough buckets look easy as he can already stop on a dime and stop and pop from all over the floor. Draws two with ease and he racks up the assist as he can make those passes on drop offs or cross court from where the help came from.