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Trending Up: 6 Prospects Rising After the #UAAFinals
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (9:44 AM CT, Tue July 19, 2016)
2018 G Prentiss Hubb is seeing his stock soar after UA.
2018 G Prentiss Hubb is seeing his stock soar after UA.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Cartersville, GA (Future150) -- After spending the week watching and evaluating the Under Armour Association Championships in Atlanta, several marquee prospects separated themselves from the pack with their stellar play. Not only did some UA prospects shine, but a few prospects playing in the open division saw their stock rise as well.

Led by DC Premier 2018 guard Prentiss Hubb, below is our list of six prospects who are trending up after the second July live period of action.

Prentiss Hubb, 2018 G, DC Premier: The 6'3" combo guard was an electric scorer throughout his week at the finals. Not only has he proven that he can run a team, but he's also shown that he's a lethal scorer from the outside as well. Think of a guard in the mold of former UNC point man Marcus Paige.

Bol Bol, 2018 PF, KC Run GMC: I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I've never scouted a prospect quite like the 7-foot forward. He is an elite defender around the rim, but is so smooth for such a large kid. He showed that he can easily knock down perimeter shots, and had no problems handling the ball in the half-court setting as well.

Khavon Moore, 2018 SF, Atlanta Xpress: The 6'7" wing is as versatile as they come. He's proven that he's quite consistent scoring from anywhere on the floor, and is becoming more physical in his offensive attacking. He's also starting to become a better on-ball defender who is bringing more consistency to the table. This past week, he really was an explosive scorer who reminded people again that he's an eite prospect in his class.

Miles Norris, 2018 PF, Earl Watson Elite: Thinking long term, there are very few prospects in the class who can become as good as the California native. At 6'10", he's explosive, has good footwork, awesome hands & can shoot and handle the basketball adequately for a blossoming big man. As he fills out, the consistency will come, and it's going to be a scary sight when it call comes together.

Jeremiah Robinson, 2019 PF, KC Run GMC: It certainly was an eye opening weekend for the 6'8" power forward. He led his 15U team to an Under Armour Championship, and in the process he dominated. Not only does he like to mix it up in the low post, but he repeatedly showed off a consistent mid-range jump shot. What impressed us most on the week were his passing skills for a young big man.

Josh Linder, 2017 F, Smyrna Stars: It was an impressive week for the 6'7" Georgia forward, who put himself squarely on the radar of high-major coaches after averaging nearly a double-double on the week. Right now, he's a combo forward who's a tough matchup. He can hurt you on the low block as well as the perimeter, and his motor helps him rack up statistics on the regular.


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