Below are five “next-level ready” prospects in Wisconsin’s Class of 2027. These five standouts have proven to possess the skills and ceiling to compete at the high school level. Isaiah Fox l CG Fox is a guard that has the…
Below are five “next-level ready” prospects in Wisconsin’s Class of 2027. These five standouts have proven to possess the skills and ceiling to compete at the high school level.
Isaiah Fox l CG
Fox is a guard that has the ball on a string. His strength in his position is next-level ready. His court vision makes the game easy for his teammates. His hustle and selfless play are contagious, which makes for competitive basketball when he’s on the floor. When given space, Fox is very shifty and knows how to create for himself as well.
Max Jones Max Jones WG WI l G/F
Jones is a point forward who is most dangerous when he is allowed to get a head of steam to the rim. His size at his position makes him a threat on the boards, and his ball handling allows him to push the pace in transition and create instant offense. His reflexes on the defensive end are next-level ready as he gets blocks and deflections consistently.
Dooney Johnson Dooney Johnson 5'10" | WG WI l G/F
Johnson is a clear floor leader, the game flows through him. He conducts the offense with ease and can guard one through five. He plays with great pace and patience. The “big guard” is quite crafty in the mid-range area and can finish over the top of smaller defenders in isolated situations. Johnson’s motor is next-level ready and he is an impact player on both ends of the floor.
Jalen Brown l G/F
Brown has a silky smooth game and a next-level ready pace to his game. The lanky point forward is rarely sped up and consistently looks to make the right play. Brown is an extension of his coach while on the floor and very vocal on defense. His combination of IQ and toughness allow him to lead his team on both ends of the floor and make an impact in various ways.
Jaden Boyd Jaden Boyd WG WI l PG
Boyd is a true point guard that plays with great awareness. He consistently has his head on a swivel and protects the ball extremely well. Boyd’s ability to manage possessions for his team and create havoc on the defensive end makes him a two-way threat at his position. Many of his best skills should translate seamlessly to the next level.