Monday, September 7, 2009

An Early Look At The Class Of 2014: The Race For #1

Austin Should Be Ready To Explode!

We said goodbye to the Class of 2013 a few days ago now we can take an early look into the Class of 2014. Here’s a short list of the top prospects that will be taking the floor and also have a chance to finished ranked Number #1 when our rankings are released this time next year.

Class 2014 Top Prospects

Brandon Austin Forward (Team Kobe)- A nagging wrist injury limited Austin’s production this season. This season expect him to come back fully healed and marvel spectators with his fluid moves. Brandon will need to bring it out in full force if he wants to dethrone Shep Garner for Player Of The Year honors.

Shepard Garner Guard (Youth Interlock)- The reigning Player Of The Year doesn’t have a let up bone in his body. Expect Garner to continue his aggressive play while guiding his team to some victories. Right now he has to be considered a front runner.

Conrad Chambers Guard (Team Nelson)- Chambers was regarded as one of the top players in the Class of 2013 now he’s joining this group so expect him to blossom. He stays in attack mode and his big game ability gives him a legit shot to win the Player Of The Year.

Isiah Whitehead Forward (Juice All Stars)- The new grammar school “King Of New York” has all the tools to make a run at the #1 spot. He’s turning his game into legit wing status and if he leads his squad to some big time wins he will strengthen his case.

Matt Risse Forward (Team Final)- Potential wise Risse is one of the best in this class. His length combined with his ability to shoot and handle the rock makes him a recruiter’s dream. He has a chance to be a special player.