You need to buy stock now on these young prospects as they have been lighting it up out West. Gene Roebuck || LA Soldiers || 2027 || The 6’3 Combo Guard has been gaining steam with his steady pace. One…
You need to buy stock now on these young prospects as they have been lighting it up out West.
Gene Roebuck || LA Soldiers || 2027 ||
The 6’3 Combo Guard has been gaining steam with his steady pace. One of the best aspects of his game is that he does not try and do to much out there. He is a team player that allows the game to come to him. His shot selection is great as he does like to get to his spots and he has some high level moves. Even when they don’t go through the basket it is a quality look. He is already a three-level scorer and he is built with a strong frame that will allow him to touch down at whatever high school he decides to attend and be an impact player.
Darius Wabbington || AZ Unity || 2027 ||
The 6’10 Center is a beast down on the blocks. His dad played D1 at Wyoming and is 6’9 so it is not out of the question that Darrius can still get two or three more inches with two tall parents so there is a lot of upside when it comes to sheer size alone. With his soft touch around the rim this kid is going to really impress. The other part of his game that has improved is his outside shooting. Stay tuned on his development and continual stock rising.
DJ Spencer || Vegas Elite || 2027 ||
DJ is a 6’2 Guard that is strong enough and smart enough to realistically guard three positions out on the floor. The lefty guard is physical and has outstanding athletic ability. He has shown that in his age group he can switch all five positions and hold his own but the natural slashing guard can really pick up defensively as he is active. On offense he can score at all three levels and whith his continual development out n the perimeter he is going to be a knockdown shooter as well. Arizona continues to stack up talent everywhere.
Izayah Cook || VEBC Southwest || 2027 ||
With size and strength at about 6’4 or so Izayah has really been a force down low but his mobility gets him some great position on rolls because he sets great screens. When he does get some touches at the free-throw line or 15-feet out he can really make some solid moves to the basket. He has a high ceiling as he works his way inside towards the outside he is going to develop a threat out in the perimeter. Till then keep feeding him in the post so he can do work.