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2023 Spring Stock Risers

Jay Boyd, Wood Elite

Boyd's rise started at the end of the high school season and has only gone up during the spring with his good play with Wood Elite. He's shown that he can be a true three level threat on offense while playing with high energy on both ends of the floor. He's going to be a guy that Division I programs take the time to watch during the scholastic period this month.

Jordann Dumont, EAB Tennessee

Dumont's recruitment has taken the step to the high major, Power 5 programs and it will only continue from here. He has the ideal measurables that a high major wing would have and brings a ton of versatility and a great skill set to the table along with it. Expect him to be a name that we hear a lot more from in the national landscape, and playing on the Canadian U18 team at FIBA Americas will only continue to lift his name.

Brigham Rogers, Atlanta All Stars

Rogers has been one of the most popular prospects in the Peach this spring, with a number of programs jumping into his recruitment this spring. The skilled 6-foot-9 forward has gained offers from Toledo, Lipscomb, Indiana State, Belmont, Furman, Drake, and Samford over the past few weeks, and he will likely be one of the more popular frontcourt players in the southeast for Division I programs to check out throughout the summer.

Arrinten Page, TSF Mack 2023

Page's size, length, and skill set have always been very apparent, and he's put the pieces of the puzzle together this spring and looked like one of the best frontcourt prospects in the Peach this spring. He's got great footwork and is a high ceiling player on both ends of the floor. SMU, USC, Ole Miss, Alabama, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Missouri, LSU, Cincy, Florida, and UCLA have all offered him this spring and he will be a highly sought-after recruit moving forward for Power 5 programs.

Shamarrie Hugie, Georgia Ignites

Hugie is one of the better sleepers in Georgia's 2023 class. He has great physical tools on the wing with ideal size and great athleticism. He stays aggressive on the offensive end and plays with a ton of tenacity. He brings a lot of versatility to the table with the ability to guard multiple positions and play inside-out on the offensive end. He's a guy that college programs will want to know.


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