Who is the best basketball player in Connecticut?

Here are the best NBA players from Connecticut. Featuring Hall of Fame greats, superstars, and active players, this list of basketball players who were born in Connecticut includes Calvin Murphy, Kris Dunn, Marcus Camby, and Sly Williams.

Who is the best high school basketball player 2021?

2021 ESPN 100

1 Chet Holmgren Video | Scouts Report Minneapolis, MN Minnehaha Academy
2 Jaden Hardy Video | Scouts Report Henderson, NV Coronado High School
3 Emoni Bates Video | Scouts Report Ypsilanti, MI Ypsi Prep Academy
4 Paolo Banchero Video | Scouts Report Seattle, WA O’Dea High School

Who is the best high school basketball player 2022?

2022 ESPN 100

1 Amari Bailey Video | Scouts Report Chatsworth, CA Sierra Canyon High School
2 Keyonte George Video | Scouts Report Lewisville, TX iSchool of Lewisville
3 Chris Livingston Video | Scouts Report Akron, OH Akron Buchtel High School
4 Dariq Whitehead Video | Scouts Report Montverde, FL Montverde Academy

Where is LeBron James Jr ranked?

On the recruiting trail, Bronny is the 28th-ranked player in the 2023 recruiting class according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings. Rivals ranks him 24th. ESPN doesn’t list him in the top 25. He has interest from Kentucky, Duke, Kansas, North Carolina, and UCLA.

Who are the best boys basketball players in the CIAC?

Donovan Clingan, Bristol Central, 7-1, Jr., C: Armed with 17 Division I scholarship offers, including UConn and Michigan State, Clingan is a double-double machine. Matt Curtis, Northwest Catholic, 6-4, Jr., G: Sharpshooter always gets his points (23 per game), no matter how many defenders you send at him.

Who are the best boys basketball players in the SCC?

Lucas Basich, Staples, 6-2, Sr., G: Floor leader for the Wreckers one of the FCIAC’s best. Eli Blackwell, West Haven, 5-9, Sr., G: Transfer from Amistad gives the Westies arguably the best backcourt in the SCC.

Who is the New Milford boys basketball player?

Jojo Wallace, New Milford, 6-2, So., G: Averaged 20 points per game as a freshman. Son of former Syracuse and New York Knick John Wallace.