Biggest Stockrisers: 2020-2021 Season

2021 G TyTy Washington (Compass Prep, AZ)
Creighton commit 2021 G TyTy Washington put the nation on notice early as his senior season begun in late October. Washington has led Compass Prep (AZ) to a 9-0 overall record so far to start the 2020-2021 high school season and averaging just around 28.0 points per game for the Dragons. TyTy shows shades of a Myles Powell type of prospect with his ability to score on all levels. He is a 6-foot-3 combo guard who is able to knock down tough shots, score in bunches, and get his teammates involved for scoring opportunities. TyTy has made it clear that he is McDonald’s All American worthy and has his Compass Prep (AZ) squad ranked in the top-5 nationally up to this point in the season.

2022 SG Shaedon Sharpe (Dream City Christian, AZ)
Before the 2020-2021 high school season began, Sharpe was one of the potential stock risers coming into the high school season. The 2022 prospect has lived up to it by averaging 25.0 points per game, nine games, so far this season for Dream City Christian (AZ). Sharpe holds great size at 6-foot-4, an impressive physical body frame, an above the rim playmaker, explosive, and 3-and-D two-guard with his elite defense and outside shot making abilities. Shaedon is in his first season with Dream City Christian after transferring from powerhouse Sunrise Christian a year ago. His stock should continue to rise as the season goes along.

2022 PG Scoota Henderson (Kell, GA)
Sterling “Scoota” Henderson just had himself an elite weekend this past weekend in Atlanta, Georgia at the Holiday Hoopsgiving showcase after outplaying other elite guards 2023 G Mikey Williams and 2021 PG JD Davison. The 6-foot-3 point guard is averaging 30.0 points per game, three games, so far to begin his junior season. Henderson is an electric and explosive point guard sitting in the 2022 class and has made a case on why he should be considered the number one point guard in his class. Scoota will be looking to lead his Kell (GA) squad back to the GHSA final four and beyond at the end of the season.

2021 PG Wesley Cardet Jr. (West Oaks Academy, FL)
Wesley Cardet Jr. has probably had the biggest stock boost over the last few months, dating back to this past AAU season. Cardet Jr. is currently averaging 21.0 points per game, 7.0 rebounds per game, and 5.0 assist per game for West Oaks Academy (FL) so far this season. An intriguing prospect, Wesley sits at 6-foot-6 at the point guard position. He holds a college ready body, elite strength, a determined finisher at the rim, capable 3pt shot maker, and a versatile defender with his size. Wesley holds offers right now from Auburn, Alabama, Florida, DePaul, Clemson, and others as of right now.

2021 F Julian Reese (St. Frances Academy, MD)
Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon should be excited for the future of Maryland basketball with the addition of 2021 F Julian Reese next season. Reese has played with a different chip on his shoulder to begin the 2020-2021 high school season with already a couple 30-point and 10-plus rebound games under his belt for this season. Julian has shown a much higher motor this season. He eats around the rim offensively, an elite rebounder, holds nice football-like body frame, and a capable versatile defender. The senior forward has St. Frances Academy (MD) with a 5-0 overall record so far to begin their season as a club team.

2021 PG Yerald Mieses (Hamilton Heights, TN)
Yerald Mieses did not have that much buzz coming into the 2020-2021 high school season but his play on the court so far should open a few eyes nationally, especially as the season goes along. The unsigned senior prospect is currently averaging 24.5 points per game shooting 52% from the field and 40% from three, 7.7 rebounds per game, 4.2 assists per game, and 1.5 steals per game. Mieses is a solid playmaking point guard who gets to the rim consistently, makes nice decisions with the basketball, plays with impressive energy, and can be a scoring threat when he posses the basketball. He holds an offer from Illinois and has heard from other schools like Charleston Southern, Chattanooga, Kent State, Toledo, Alcorn State, and South Florida.