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Top 5 Favorite College Basketball Recruits

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With college basketball season only a few short months away, things are heating up in the recruiting area. The prospects for college basketball are better than ever and we are so excited. Here’s a look at some of our favorite recruits and their best moments.

Zion Williamson

Williamson is a power forward from Spartanburg, South Carolina. He has received offers from almost 30 different schools but has not decided where he was to go yet. Zion is a powerful lefty with great dunking ability. Standing at 6’7, 230 lbs you do not want to be matched up against him.

 

Michael Porter Jr.

Porter is a small forward from Seattle Washington. He has received five offers but decided to sign with Missouri in March of 2017. Porter is 6’10 and 215 lbs which gives him the ability to make dunking look too easy.

 

Marvin Bagley

Bagley is a power forward from Phoenix, Arizona and has received six offers from different colleges but still has not decided where he would like to start his career. Bagley is 6’11 and weighs 220 lbs. Scouts say he impacts the game on both ends of the floor which will make him a great asset to any team that he chooses.

 

Lamelo Ball

Ball is son of LaVar Ball and is a point guard from Chino Hills, CA. Ball has been committed to UCLA since 2015. Ball is 6’2 and weighs 160 lbs. Lamelo is a flashy but accurate player that can lead, pass, and score in the point guard position.

 

DeAndre Ayton

 

Ayton is a center from Phoenix, Arizona. He received five different college offers but signed to the University of Arizona in September of 2016. Ayton is 7’0 and weighs 220 lbs. He has a wingspan of 7’6 which is very much in his favor but also has some very smooth footwork on the court.

These five great players are just some of our favorites in the new recruiting class and we can't wait to see what they do for their teams. Only a few short months until college season starts and we couldn't be more excited!

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