The Brandon Clay Scouting Report offers up Prospect Evals from the top male basketball players in the class of 2014.
Karl Towns Jr.– (Metuchen, N.J.), – St. Joseph HS – 2014
Committed College: Kentucky
Date: January 19, 2014
Location: Hoop Hall Classic (Springfield, Mass.)
Towns Jr. is a skilled post player with athleticism to match. On the defensive end he made life difficult for the DeMatha High School post players as he blocked multiple shots in free essay writing helper the lane . However, it is on the offensive end where he truly made his presence known. He scored effectively around the bucket with his long arms and skilled footwork. Impressively for a big man he knocked down multiple 3-point jumpers showing that his game is multi-faceted. His perimeter skill was not limited to the trail jumper as he showed he could put the ball on the floor and hit the step back jumper. Later in the evening Towns Jr. would run away with the Hoop Hall Classic Dunk Contest after converting numerous essay on homelessness acrobatic dunks, which required lift and agility that most 6-11 centers do not possess.
The future is bright for as he enters his freshman year with another top 10 recruiting class at the University of Kentucky. Towns Jr. projects to line up next to another 5-star big man, 6-10 forward Trey Lyles of Indianapolis, Ind. In the back court for Big Blue Nation will be 5-star shooting guard Devin Booker of Moss Pointe, Miss., and 5-star point guard Tyler Ulis of Matteson, Ill. Coach John Calipari will have plenty of talent to work with next year and Towns Jr. will be a big essay resume writing part of how successful the Wildcats will be.
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