Saturday, October 15, 2011

Top 2012 Un-Committed Shooting Guards/Small Forwards

Indiana is closing in on 40 Division I commitments from the 2012 class, yet there are still plenty of prospects on the board for college coaches of any level to grab. In order to not have to put out 5 different posts, I decided to combine the Un-committed SG/SF list. The Point Guard list was released earlier this week.

1. Gary Harris: 6'4'' SG, Hamilton Southeastern H.S.
This is an obvious choice for the top spot. He has pretty much narrowed down his college options to Purdue, Michigan State, Indiana, and Kentucky. In my opinion, the Boilermakers are the front-runner, but UK would be my dark horse.
2. Mislav Brzoja: 6'5'' SG, Trader's Point Academy
The Croatian guard came to Indiana after helping his team win the gold medal at the U16 European Championship. He also participated in the U18 European Championship, averaging nearly 14 points a game for the Croatian squad. Mislav is a great outside shooter and has good size for the 2-guard spot. Good rebounder on both ends of the court and can guard multiple positions. High-Major Prospect
3. Matej Buovac: 6'7'' SF, La Lumiere
Another Croatian prospect that has made his way to the great state of Indiana. Participated with the U18 squad in the European Championships averaged just under 7 points a game. Very good outside shooter, versatile enough to play the 3 or the 2 in college. Have not had a chance to see him besides a few videos, but I would peg him as a Mid-Major Prospect.
4. Ronnye Beamon: 6'4'' SG, Hammond Bishop Noll
Holds 9 low to mid-major offers: Valpo, Lehigh, Illinois State, Jacksonville, Cleveland State, Northern Illinois, Indiana State and Evansville have all offered Beamon. He averaged 11.4 points as a junior for the Class 2A state runner-up. Also, he is a beast on the boards for just being a 6'4'' guard, finishes well around the rim too. Mid-Major Prospect
5. Jalen Pendleton: 6'2'' SG, Evansville Bosse H.S.
Pendleton is a strong guard who uses his body well to get inside and score. He is a very good rebounder from the guard spot. I saw him play at Best of the Midwest this past summer and he is a very good on-ball defender. He likes to penetrate and finish in the paint. Will need to develop more of a perimeter game. Offer from Indiana State and is receiving interest from a number of mid-majors. Mid-Major Prospect
6. Harry Wills: 6'2'' SG, Ben Davis H.S.
Very quick and is a good passer, may even project as a point guard at the college level. Good athlete who can get into the paint and finish. Good on the defensive end as an on ball defender. Will need to develop more of a perimeter game to make his offensive skill set more well rounded. A bit under the radar in this class. Has offers from Mississippi Valley State and University of Indianapolis. Low-Major Prospect
7. Mo Cross: 6'3'' SF, Broad Ripple H.S.
Mo handles the ball well and can run the floor. Very good rebounder for his size. Has a nice mid-range game and can shoot the 3 pretty well too. Very good athlete. His main drawback is that he is undersized, not sure if he can play the 2, so he may be stuck as a 6'3'' small forward.
Division II, Possible Low-Major Prospect
8. Marshall Bennett: 6'6'' SF, New Creations Academy
A 2010 graduate of Rich East H.S. in Illinois is doing some post-graduate work at the Richmond, IN prep school. Bennett is a long, athletic wing with a versatile offensive skill set. He can shoot the ball well from the outside, and handles it well enough to possibly play some shooting guard. Battled a knee injury at the end of his high school career that may have kept him from going straight to a college program. Division II Prospect
9. Rashad Richardson: 6'5'' SF, Lafayette Jefferson H.S.
I really like his length and athletic ability. He played well this summer the couple of times I saw him, and had a great workout at the Top 100 event. Rashad has a nice mid-range game and has the tools to be very good defensively. Division II Prospect
10. Myles Robinson: 6'2'' SG, New Creations Academy
Sweet lefty stroke from 3-point range. Also a great athlete, check out a couple of his youtube highlights, some of his dunks are ridiculous. I look forward to seeing him play this year at New Creations, any college that needs a great athlete and shooter this is a good under-the-radar guy. Division II Prospect
11. Kyle Stidom: 6'2'' SG, Greenwood Christian
Kyle handles the ball well and is a great shooter off the dribble. He can pull up while attack the basket, or knock down 3-pointers. Not a great athlete, but as a pure shooting threat he is one of the better prospects on the board. Division II Prospect
12. Quenten Hunter: 6'2'' SG, Richmond H.S.
I am going to try and see him in an open gym soon because his coach, Joe Luce, says that he has been improving tremendously. IUPUI, Tennessee Tech, and Illinois-Chicago have come to check him out, but until I see him again I will keep him as a Division II Prospect.
13. Mike Ford: 6'4'' SF, Bowman Academy
Division II Prospect
14. Johntae Alexander: 6'4'' SF, Pike H.S.
Division II Prospect
15. Andy Bachman: 6'5'' SF, Fort Wayne North Side H.S.
Division II Prospect
16. Tyler Fischl: 6'3'' SG, Lawrence Central H.S.
NAIA Prospect
17. Ronald Lucas: 6'3'' SG, Fort Wayne Wayne H.S.
NAIA Prospect
18. KeWan Davis: 6'5'' SF, Southport H.S.
NAIA Prospect
19. Caleb Begle: 6'3'' SF, Jasper H.S.
NAIA Prospect
20. Davis Rao: 6'4'' SF, Fort Wayne Canterbury H.S.
Division III Prospect

Here are 5 more Division III Prospects listed in alphabetical order
Kevin Brown: 6'3'' SF, Castle H.S.
Aloyis Gray: 6'4'' SF, Pike H.S.
Chandler Miller: 6'4'' SF, Richmond H.S.
Jimmy Miller: 6'5'' SF, North Central H.S.
Jake Rennekamp: 6'4'' SF, Lawrenceburg H.S.

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