SLAM Fresh 10 – 2012
Monitor the progress of these youngsters.
As usual, I want to make it clear that these 10 players might not be the best in the sophomore class right now. They might not be the best when it’s all said and done. They are, however, the best I’ve seen thus far. I think my track record is fairly decent at this point, so keep that in mind when you see them play. Also, remember they’re basically babies and their development is key if they hope to achieve even half of their potential. That said, I’m pretty sure you’ll be hearing a lot from this group in the future. As always, enjoy:
|1||Shabazz Muhammad||6-4||SG||Gorman (NV)||Versatile wing scorer has a grown man’s game.|
|2||Justin Anderson||6-5||SF||Montrose Christian (MD)||Slasher is unbelievable athete.|
|3||Andre Drummond||6-10||C||St. Thomas More (CT)||Serious defensive presence is improving on offense.|
|4||Perry Ellis||6-8||PF/SF||Wichita Heights (KS)||Polished forward has mature game.|
|5||Dajuan Coleman||6-8||PF/C||jamesville-Dewitt (NY)||Monster in the post.|
|6||Wannah Bail||6-8||Pf/SF||Baytown Charter (TX)||Skilled forward has major upside.|
|7||Ricardo Ledo||6-5||SG/SF||St. Andrew’s (RI)||Smooth and athletic wing gets buckets.|
|8||Amile Jefferson||6-7||PF/SF||Friends Central (PA)||Well-rounded forward with big potential.|
|9||DeJuan Marrero||6-6||SF/PF||Bowman (IN)||Tough competitor with intriguing skillset.|
|10||Winston Shepard||6-8||SF/PF||Findlay (NV)||
Long natural wing forward with versatility.