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Five Future150 Alums Poised to Blow Up This AAU Season
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (11:40 AM CT, Thu February 4, 2016)
Harris has proven to be one of the best 2019s nationally
Harris has proven to be one of the best 2019s nationally
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

New York, NY (Future150) -- As we hit the latter stages of the HS basketball season, people are starting to turn one eye to the upcoming AAU season. With that in mind, we heiglight five Future150 Alums who seem poised for breakout seasons: 

Sean Good, 2018 F, Trinity (PA): While it's unclear who he will run with exactly at this point, what is clear is that Good will be ready to produce. The sophomore big man has great touch around the rim and shooting the ball out to 18 feet. He also is surprisingly strong and runs the floor incredibly well. Historically, players in his area have gone under the radar, but Good's talent is just too much to ignore. 

Chris Harris Jr., 2019 CG, South Garland (TX): One of the best scorers in the country, Harris has spent his freshman year lighting up opposing defenses. He can create his own shot or shots for his teammates and doesn't have a hole in his game offensively. Harris will run with MWA on the Nike 16U circuit this year, look for him to put up huge numbers there as well. 

Anthony Gaines, 2017 F, New Hampton (NH): A consumate glue-guy, Gaines has begun to take a step forward in his development. He has become more comfortable on the perimeter and a better shooter in recent months. The football star gets going a little bit later than most thanks to his time on the gridiron. That being said, he will be in a more featured role with the Albany City Rocks this season and could see his recruitment take a serious up-tick. 

Tyrone Brewer, 2018 G, Meridan (MS): Brewer has all of the natural ability in the world, and at this point it's just a matter of putting it all together. The MVP of this year's National Camp, Brewer showed off improved guard skills to go with his elite level athleticism, He needs to work on his shot selection, but the young wing prospect is poised for a monster season. 

Will Dillard, 2018 CG, Greensboro Day (NC): Dillard has been working hard to transition to the point guard spot. While he hasn't completed the transition yet, he is still an fantastic athlete that knows how to score and create. Dillard will potentially play 17U with CP3 this season and will be one of the breakout stars if he can run the team while still showcasing his natural scoring ability. 


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