Five recruiting rankings risers
Players who raised their stock in the updated ESPN 100 player rankings
To make a proper evaluation when studying a basketball prospect, I like to incorporate the four P's: performance, production, potential and projection.
This is one of the most exciting parts of being a high school prospect talent evaluator as the players prepare for the college game. To witness a prospect's growth over time and track the development of their talent is what separates each player in their respective class.
Here are five seniors whose stock is on the rise in our updated ESPN 100 player rankings because they have demonstrated the ability to increase their performance, improve their production, show the potential for continued growth and, most importantly, help their teams win games.
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