Future150 Midwest Analyst. Covering Midwest high school basketball.
Hampton, VA (Future150) -- One of the more impressive prospects throughout the spring period had to be Sindarius Thornwell. At the NBPA camp, Thornwell kept up his high level of play, helping to lead his team to the championship game victory.
Known as more of a scorer, Thornwell has also shown he is a decent passer. He seems to have become more assertive on the floor, making him that much more dangerous. At 6-foot-5 he has great length and athleticism that college coaches look for at the next level.
Next year Thornwell will suit up alongside Nate Britt and Troy Williams at national powerhouse Oak Hill Academy.
There will be plenty of other talent on that team, most notably RJ Currington and Ikenna Iregobu. While there might be more additions to the roster, this team is already going to be a handful and Thornwell should only benefit from playing alongside Britt and Williams.
Thornwell has maintained that he has heard from Clemson and South Carolina the most, but recently he has seen more and more programs get involved in his recruitment.
Just this week he added an offer from Missouri and heard from WVU and Syracuse. Clemson, Georgia, Georiga Tech, Tennessee, N.C. State, and Virginia Tech are all involved as well.
This weekend Thornwell will visit Georgia and Georgia Tech before the live period takes off in July.
Behind Thornwell and teammate Kennedy Meeks, Team United is looking to capitalize on a strong EYBL season at the Peach Jam. If Thornwell can put together a strong week in South Carolina, look for his recruitment to jump to another level.