At this level these college basketball prospects will be ranked nationally and are part of the ESPN Top 150, Rivals, Scout, etc. Almost always the fastest basketball player on the court, if not the entire region. Will more often than not control the game with his speed, court vision and/or ball distribution skill. Extremely athletic, usually is recruited through AAU Freshmen and Sophomore year. Elite ball-handling and defensive ability. Overall Floor general. Offers could come as early as 7th grade. High profile players.
Extremely fast. May lack shooting touch or some other key element that needs to be developed at the next level. Capable of taking a game over. Will play on varsity a few years dominant athlete, floor general good accolades which may include All-State, All-Region, All-Area, All-Conference. Will have several offers and be heavily recruited at a young age.
Very solid basketball prospects, good statistics, some accolades All-Area and All-Conference. May be more quick than fast. Good handle, floor general, understands the game. One or more areas of his game needs to be refined. Typically needs either core fundamental basketball skill development, strength conditioning work or a better understanding of the game.
Solid players but raw, decent statistics, some accolades All-Area and All-Conference. Good handle, more quick than fast. Typically needs to fill out frame, get in better shape or develop in some way physically. Often needs benefit of a good college basketball strength and conditioning program. Should have great academics.