With the first live periods in over 18 months on the horizon, there will be a number of players in the 2022 class that will have the curiosity of college coaches of all levels during the prep and travel live weekends. With a majority of the class being highly under-recruited and the college transfer portal narrowing itself down, look for a number of offers to start flying. Here are a few guys that will draw some attention:
Josh Fulton, GAC/AC Georgia (Pictured)
With his size & length at 6-foot-5 along with his shooting ability and athleticism on the wing, there shouldn't be a shortage of eyes on Fulton over the next few weeks. He's been scoring the ball at a high level all spring and has shown that his athletic ability is among the elite in Georgia's 2022 class with how well he gets off the floor. He's recently earned his first two Division I offers from Army & Navy, but expect that list to grow.
Anthony Arrington, Galloway School/core4
Arrington could be a potential blow-up candidate with coaches finally being able to see him in person over the next few weeks. His motor is among the best in Georgia regardless of class and his skill set with the ball in his hands is high-level, with the ability to pay both spots in the backcourt. He has two offers from Cal State Bakersfield and Kennesaw State, but there will be a number of other coaches who love what they see from him as his activity level is always high.
Devin Story, Evans/Atlanta Lightning
Evans will have a number of players that coaches from all levels are curious about, but Story might be the most notable. He's been a huge stock riser this spring and has made his name off of his ability to shoot the ball from three. He also handles it well and provides some very good versatility as well. He earned his first offer from Rider in May and should see some attention starting with the GBCA Team Camps at the end of the month.
Damoni Harrison, Archer/Promise Elite
Harrison is another highly skilled combo guard that has performed well and put up some big numbers along the way this spring. At 6-foot-5, he's a true combo guard with big time athleticism and is one of the more under-the-radar playmakers in the class. He's a true three-level scorer and can always provide some electricity. Look for him to make some noise in the coming weeks.
Tony Carpio, Providence Christian/Atlanta All Stars
One thing that will always remain consistent in recruiting is that size is always at a premium. Georgia's 2022 class doesn't have a ton true frontcourt players with good size, but Carpio is certainly one of them. He's very skilled on the offensive end and plays inside-out. He's a high level and athletic finisher around the rim but has the ability to step out and knock down shots from the perimeter off the catch. He will be on a lot of watch-lists during the live periods.