02/23/14: "Anytime Cassius Stanley steps on to the floor, you expect him to impress with his explosive, athletic ability. At Pangos Junior All-American Camp, he did just that, constantly soaring above the rim with some big-time finishes throughout the event. He also did a very good job scoring off the bounce, creating his own shot, and finishing strong drives to the basket. Since the last time JrFuture150.com watched Stanley play, he appears to have improved his ball-handling ability, showing flashes of playmaking ability from the point guard during the weekend. Stanley is one of the elite talents nationally in the class of 2018, and as he continues to refine his skill set, he will be a very difficult player to stop." -Nigel Carter
01/16/14: "A high-celing prospect in the 2018 class, Stanley more than impressed with his performances at the ACES MLK Tournament. Stanley is an elite-level athlete and there aren’t many players in his class that can match him. During the event he consistently slashed to the basket and finished at the rim. He was also great in transition and displayed a solid mid-range game. Stanley has the potential to remain a top player nationally should his game continue to progress throughout the high school level." -Nigel Carter
07/12/13: "A big-time athlete who plays above the rim, Stanley fits the bill of a prototypical slasher, and is a versatile backcourt prospect. He is very good in transition, has the ability to create his own shot off the dribble, and can finish at the rim through contact. He must continue to improve his ball-handling ability and become more of an outside threat moving forward." -Eric Hampford
2/01/2015 by Jason Pratt – The sparkling class of 2018 is deep and steadily improving. The Southeast and Texas is loaded with talent. The top two guys are going to be among the best ever.