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Regional Names Now, National Names Soon: Five to Know
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (7:48 PM CT, Sun May 22, 2016)
Alabama 2018 prospect Isaac Chatman is having a big spring.
Alabama 2018 prospect Isaac Chatman is having a big spring.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

Future150 GM / Senior National Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball.

Pottsville, PA (Future150) -- The spring AAU season has come and gone. Offers have been handed out, new interest is following hundreds of prospects from coast-to-coast, and many high school student-athletes are seeing their recruitments extend beyond their home states and regions. Below are five prospects who should see their recruitment go from regional to national sooner than later.

Isaac Chatman, 2018 SG/SF, Alabama Premier: The 6'6" wing is stuck somewhere between a shooting guard and a small forward, which is fine for where he is at in his age and development. Auburn, Murray State, Samford & UAB have all already offered, and by the end of summer, there should be several more programs at least showing interest. It's important to note that Stanford is currently showing interest after former UAB head coach Jerod Haase took the job in Palo Alto.

Jalen Carey, 2018 PG/SG, Playaz Basketball Club: One of the smoothest combo guards we've seen this spring has been the New Jersey native. He can get a basket whenever one is needed, and has excellent body control when maneuvering through traffic on his way to the hoop. Already holding offers from the likes of local programs such as Rutgers, Seton Hall, Temple & St. Joe's, you can expect his recruitment to expand to other parts of the country.

Taeshon Cherry, 2018 SF, Oakland Soldiers: One of the more skilled 6'8" youngsters in the country is the San Diego native. Colorado and Nevada are two schools who have already offered, with several more showing interest. By the end of summer, there should be several more high-major offers, some of which could be reaching beyond the west coast.

Sean Good, 2018 PF/C, Team Final: The 6'10" Pennsylvania big man is an evolving post prospect. Right now, he's best on the defensive end, but his offensive game is slowing coming along. Penn State is his only offer to date, but now that he's playing on a big stage with Team Final 16's, there is no doubt that there will be programs keeping an eye on a high-motor big man with the skill set he has.

Tristan Green, 2018 SF/PF, SA Hard Work: A 6'8" combo forward with inside and outside skills, his game immediately impresses. Texas-Arlington, Houston & Texas A&M have offered, in that order, but his biggest offers will ultimately be coming from outside state borders. Playing with a loaded AAU team on the Under Armour circuit, expect his stock to rise significantly after July.


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