EYBL Session 4 in Los Angeles was invaded with huge star power, with the likes of Jay Z, Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook and De’Aaron Fox all making appearances. While those guys caught the attention at the entrance door, the 6 prospects below stole the show on the court.
2019 wing/forward Quincy Guerrier was one of the more impressive underclassmen prospects during EYBL Session 4. The 6’7 sophomore showed off a versatile skillset from several different spots on the floor and is one to track going forward.
2018 forward Cole Swider had a huge weekend in LA for EYBL session 4. The 6’8 junior continues to be one of the most productive players this summer and is solidifying himself as one of the best prospects in the country.
Two months ago South Kent (CT) guard Anthony Nelson was an under-the-radar name on the national scene. After big performances this Spring on the EYBL circuit, Nelson is now firmly on the radar of high-major programs and should be considered one of the better perimeter prospects in the country.
One of the breakout performers of the spring, Allatoona (GA) junior Trey Doomes has been one of the best floor generals on the EYBL circuit through 3 sessions. The 6’3 point guard spoke to Endless Motor Sports on his productive Spring and where he stands in his recruitment.
Wynston Tabbs is off to a productive start on the EYBL circuit, averaging 11.6 points per game while shooting nearly 37% from distance. The 6’3 guard speaks on his recent play and where he’s at with his recruitment.
One of the top sophomores in the country, North Side (IN) wing Keion Brooks is off to a terrific start on the EYBL circuit with Indy Heat putting up close to 20 points per contest. The 5star provides insight on his play this Spring and updates his recruitment.
After eye-popping performances during the first three EYBL sessions, Pro Skills guard Justin Webster is now firmly on the radar of high-major programs after being one of the most under-valued sophomore prospects.
Tindley (IN) guard Eric Hunter Jr. is seeing his stock improve this summer thanks to a productive Spring with the Indiana Pros.
Chris Harris Jr. is establishing himself as one of the best perimeter scorers in the class of 2019. The South Garland (TX) guard has been very impressive on the Nike EYBL circuit and is hungry for more.