Nashville, TN (Future150) -- The Spring live period for college coaches starts today and there is a mad dash for players to make lasting impressions. Future150 has traveled in full force as well and will be attending the King James (Augusta), Pitt Jam Fest (Pittsburgh), Hall of Fame (Atlanta) and Big Shots (Clemson).
Here are 5 players the Future150 staff are really excited about watching this weekend.
2016 CG Seventh Woods - (Carolina Diamonds) The 6-foot-2 inch scoring machine might be one of the hottest names on the circuit this summer. He is a dynamic player who can do it all. Seventh Woods is an elite athlete who can finish at the rim with the best of them. He has good size for the guard position and posses a competitive fire you rarely see from a player this young. Look for Woods to make his push for the #1 spot in the 2016 class really soon.
2014 PG Chris Chiozza- (Team Thad) The 5-foot-11 inch terror on the floor might be a top 5 point guard after the live period is over. After huge performaces the past two weekends, Chiozza is poised to make a huge mark in front of the college coaches and the rest of the AAU circuit. Those mid major offers he currently holds will soon turn in to High Major offers. Look for him to make a move in the rankings and possibly into the top 25 with a strong performance over the next 2 weeks.
2015 SF Danjel Purifoy- (Dream Team/ATL Express) The 6-foot-6 inch multi talented player has a rare combination of skill and athleticism you just dont see everyday. He can play 4 different positions on the floor which makes him hard to guard on defense. He can score on all three levels and makes it look easy while doing it. Purifoy is looking to make a move in the rankings and prove he is a top 10 player.
2014 SF Jalen Lindsey- (Southern Stampede) The 6-foot-7 inch forward has been in the lab working on fine tuning his game. His shot mechanics and technique have improved tremendously which is only going to make him 10 times harder to stop. If Lindsey can shoot the ball with more consistentcy, he is a no brainer top 10 player. There is no question about his athleticism or his ability to score at the rim. Look for more high major to get on board after the next 2 weeks.
2014 Cuyler Mosley- (Q6 All-Stars) The 6-foot-3 inch scoring machine has been a under the radar prospect who has seen his recruitment soar over the last 4 months. After a huge camp season last fall and a good high school season, Mosely is primed to unleash his abilities in front of the college coaches over the next 2 weeks. Look for Mosely to pick up more offers and to make a push to climb the rankings.