Which Prospects Can Have A Stock Rising AAU Season?

2023 PG Freddie Dilione (Word of God, NC) – Freddie Dilione is a name that needs to be recognized even more on the national level. The 6-foot-6 point guard holds outstanding size at the point guard position, able to stuff the stat sheet consistently, and extremely productive on the floor. Dilione has the ability to knock down shots, can get downhill using his size, and has the strength to finish through contact. He holds quick hands defensively, an eye-opening playmaker, good feel for the game, holds a nice pace, and can really pass the ball. Freddie already holds offers from schools like Providence, UNC Charlotte, St. John’s, VCU, Wake Forest, Radford, Virginia Tech, LSU, Seton Hall, and others currently. (Currently unranked according to 247sports).

2023 F Jordann Dumont (Hamilton Heights, TN) – Not many people ever heard of the name Jordann Dumont or even had a chance to see him play during the 2021-2022 high school season. The Canada native has slowly been growing over the last few months and developing into an intriguing prospect. Dumont is a 6-foot-8 forward with great size, long arms, and versatile offensively. He is a capable 3-level scoring forward with an in-between floater he loves to try and go to. Jordann is able to space the floor with his ability to knockdown perimeter shots, proved he can hit midrange jumpers, and uses his lengthy arms at times to finish plays at the rim. He holds an offer right now from Jacksonville alongside a few other interest from schools. The junior forward could see his stock rise over the next few months during the grassroots season. (Currently unranked according to 247sports).

2023 F Devin Williams (Corona Centennial, CA) – Devin Williams is one of the top undervalued prospects out on the West Coast at powerhouse Corona Centennial, one of the best public schools in the country. He sits at 6-foot-10, has very long arms, good athleticism, and next level wingspan. Williams is very productive on the floor and has the versatility on both ends to be an impactful player. He is capable of using his lengthy arms to block or alternate shots at the rim, moves well without the ball, finishes plays in the paint, a terrific floor runner, a lob threat, and has shown he can pop out and knockdown shots outside the paint. Devin already has offers from George Mason, Cal, Texas Tech, Nevada, New Mexico State, New Mexico, and Loyola Marymount for now. (Currently ranked #137 according to 247sports).

2023 SG Jaydon Young (Greensboro Day, NC) – Jaydon Young has really just began to scratch the surface on his potential. Coming off an injury and missing most of his spring, summer season last year, the 6-foot-4 guard will be looking to boost his stock and prove he is a top tier prospects in the 2023 class. Young can score the ball on levels of the floor, a willing playmaker at the guard position, and has the versatility to play point guard. He has a nice looking body frame which helps him finish plays at the rim and has the ability to shot create getting to his spots on the floor for jumpers. The junior holds offers from Siena, Elon, UNC Charlotte, Old Dominion, App State, Western Carolina, and others for now. (Currently ranked #130 according to 247sports).

2023 G Carl Cherenfant (Calvary Christian, FL) – One of the hardest playing wings in the 2023 class, Carl Cherenfant can look to boost his stock throughout the spring, summer this grassroots season. The 6-foot-4 guard just helped Calvary Christian (FL) capture their second straight FHSAA state championship. He holds positional size at the wing position, has unnoticeable length, quick hands defensively, and fearless when attacking the rim. Cherenfant has the next level athleticism, plays with a high motor, one of the better on-ball defenders, and reliable to hit perimeter shots. He currently holds offers from Kansas State, Florida Atlantic, South Florida, Virginia Tech, Iona, LSU, Western Kentucky, and others. (Currently ranked #124 according to 247sports.)

2023 F Cade Phillips (Jacksonville, AL) – When listing the top undervalued prospects in the 2023 class, Cade Phillips always comes to mind. The 6-foot-9 forward is coming off a state championship run with Jacksonville (AL). Cade Phillips is very impressive when on the floor and will be an excellent pick up for some college program. He is a terrific shot blocker, has an unnoticeable wingspan, a nice interior finisher, and quick off the floor. Phillips has such an unique skill blocking shots and shows great timing. His length plays such a big factor in his game. He is a lob threat offensively, always will crash the glass, and a solid rim runner. He currently holds offers from schools like Tennessee, Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Clemson, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech, and others. (Currently ranked #60 according to 247sports.)

2024 SG Mikey Lewis (Denver Prep, CO) – Mikey Lewis Jr. is one of the best kept secrets out on the West Coast and only a sophomore. Lewis Jr. has played his sophomore season on the Grind Session with Denver Prep. The Bay Area native sits at 6-foot-3 with a mature type frame and unique talent. He can really score the ball from all levels of the floor, a contact finisher, and a knockdown perimeter shooter. With highly anticipated recruits like Baye Fall and Assane Diop no longer on Denver Prep, Mikey Lewis was able to showcase more of his talents and put the nation on notice. College coaches should keep tabs on the upcoming junior this grassroots season. He holds offers right now from San Jose State and San Francisco with a few interest from other schools currently. (Currently unranked according to 247sports).

2023 PG Jayden Reid (Long Island Lutheran, NY) – One of the top sleeper prospect in the 2023 class, Jayden Reid is looking to put the nation on notice during his last run on the AAU circuit. The shifty New York guard has elite quickness, a fearless finisher when attacking the rim, and one of the better shot making guards in his class. He might lack size at 6-foot-0, but the kid can absolutely play. Reid is able to create his own, brings instant offense on the floor, and has the ability to find open teammates for scoring opportunities as well. Since the post below, Jayden has earned offers from schools like Marist, St. Bonaventure, and University of Chicago. He already holds offers Dayton, Fordham, Stony Brook, Robert Morris, and few more have shown interest. (Currently ranked #132 according to 247sports).