(These are in no order)
1.Henry Akers (1PF,8OV) School:Denver
The Denver native chose Denver over Naples and will help the Holena brothers (Jasper and Elliot) to bring another undefeated regular season back to the mountains.Akers is likely to be a twenty-five goals and ten rebounds per game guy and brings versatility on both sides of the ball.
2.Austin Andrews (2SG,9OV) School:North Carolina
Since established guards (M.J. Paige and William Britt) are leaving Chapel Hill, Andrews is likely to step up into a star role during Freshman season.Andrews brings great defense and the ability to do almost anything on the offensive side,too.
3.Jack Goodwin (5SF,15OV) School:Duke
Jack Goodwin is essentially a seven foot point guard and will not have to score as much due to the likes of A.J. Williams and Bryant House.Goodwin is a great play maker on the offensive side and a great defender.Goodwin should bring a lot to Durham next season.
4.Anthony Thompson (5SG,22OV) School:USC
Thompson made a late flip from in-city rivals (UCLA to USC) as a three and d type player. At Foothill Christian Academy in Oakland, Thompson put up 28.4 GPG, 6.4 RPG, and 5.5 APG along with four steals per game.While those numbers most likely won’t transition to the college ranks,Thompson will likely be a consitent threat on offense and a solid defender.
5.Donavan Moore (12PG,46OV) School:AGCU
Donavan Moore was former Arkansas Offensive Coordinator and new AGCU Head Coach Josh Well’s first gem on the recruiting trail.WHile he is a raw talent,Moore is a great athlete and is a good defender when he wants to be.As established point guard Ted Saer leaves,Moore will be his perfect replacement.