We have released our 2027 Watchlist, and here are a few players you need to know… Lincoln Cosby (6’8/G|F/All-Ohio Sumner 2027) Instagram: lincoln._.cosby Twitter: @Lincoln_Cosby13 Very few in the 2027 class are making noise like Lincoln. His length is a major…
We have released our 2027 Watchlist, and here are a few players you need to know…
Lincoln Cosby (6’8/G|F/All-Ohio Sumner 2027)
Very few in the 2027 class are making noise like Lincoln. His length is a major factor on both ends of the floor. In my eyes, he is definitely a top 5 talent in his class. He is one of the most versatile players in the class, and all he has done over the years I have been covering him is get better and add to his toolbox. He is more athletic, and not only is he a threat as a shot blocker, but he is improving his ability to guard in space. I’m looking forward to seeing what else the summer holds for this young man.
Sequel Chance Patterson (6’0/CG/’27/Tre Mann Elite)
Not many can score the rock like Sequel can in this class. He is absolutely dynamic when it comes to his ability to score at all levels. He is at his best when he has the rock in his hands and has the freedom to get his. He is a dynamic playmaker off the bounce and one of the toughest in iso situations to defend. He is one of few at this age who can get his at any moment and can go for huge numbers.
Jeremy Jenkins (6’6/PF/’27/FL Rebels)
Jeremy is a beast in the paint on both ends of the floor. He has improved his stock from last year as he has become a more dominant frontcourt player. He is stout and extremely physical when on the low block. Even though he is a bruiser at times, he also showed his ability to scale it back and play a finesse game. He is not afraid to board and start the break, and he showed that he could make good decisions with the ball in his hands. His stock has been on the rise since last year, and I see no reason why we shouldn’t expect this type of movement to continue.
Peyton Kemp (6’0/PG/’27/George Hill All-Indy)
Peyton is a dynamic playmaker and can get it done by scoring or facilitating. He seems to play the brightest when the lights are the brightest. He is not afraid of the stage and shows that he is a floor general that can orchestrate and a lead guard that can go for huge numbers if needed. A countless amount of ink and video is out on Peyton, and he will be a prospect that will garner a lot of attention over the next couple of years.
Cayden Daughtry (5’8/CG/’27/Florida Rebels)
Cayden is a combo guard that does not have the ideal size, but he is highly skilled and is a gifted scorer. Cayden plays like a coach on the floor as he gets his teammates involved, is a good set-up guy, and makes some really nice passes while also putting pressure on the defense with his scoring ability. He is a heady player with a brilliant floor game and is a high-end decision-maker with the ball in his hands.