2024 Prospect Rankings Update
The graduating class of 2024 from Greater Houston prospect rankings have been updated. College Coaches who are current subscribers please be sure to check out the newly updated rankings, and to the college coaches who aren't subscribers yet, be sure to contact us today so that you too can become a subscriber. Below we feature six prospects from the updated ranking in the Biggest Movers (players who have made a big jump and are trending upward) and the New Faces section with prospects who are fresh on the scene.
Ta’Koreyn “TK” Lawson 6’6” SF | PSAT Academy [Houston Superstars - NY2LA]
TK made a big jump in the newly updated player rankings. He has been a posterizing prospect on the NY2LA Circuit. He is playing more comfortably and looked a lot more polished. He has a good handle on the rock. He has improved his perimeter shooting as well. A downhill attacker with the rock in his hand.
Chris Catchings 6’6” SF | Fort Bend Marshall [Houston Defenders - UAA]
Chris showed why he deserved a big jump in the updated rankings. He showcased his game from the perimeter. He also showcased his strength when attacking the rim, finishing through the contact and over, and dunking on opponents. On the UAA circuit, he is shooting 44% from the field and 89% from the free throw line averaging 9.6 points per game, and is the team's second-leading scorer.
Brayden Young 6’9” C | Cypress Falls [Cooz Elite - PRO16]
Brayden has been on a tear since the start of the playoffs back in February. He continues to improve his gameplay. He is stronger and has really good hands. He looks to finish everything above the rim and through opponents. He is a shot-blocker and is shot-altering on the interior. He can finish well over the right shoulder. On the NXT PRO circuit, he is averaging 9.2 points per game, 9.0 rebounds per game, and 1.8 blocks per game.
Justin Mack 6’1” PG | Fort Bend Travis [Team Temple - NY2LA]
He was the biggest mover of the group on the new ranking list. J-Mack showcased his ability to be a pass-first lead guard which was the opposite of his High School role as being the guy and having to be the main scorer. His ability to cause the defense to collapse and read and react on PNR action plays in the half-court sets. He is averaging 7.5 points, and 3 assists per game while shooting 44.9% from the field and 46.4% from three-point land on the NY2LA Circuit.
Dylan Jackson 6’0” PG | Dobie [Team Imperial]
Dylan is a big-time bucket-getter. He plays with a super high motor. He has a really good skill set and knows how to get to his spots on the floor. He is a competitor and gets after it. He is a blur with the ball in his hands. He can score from all levels on the floor. Coaches a must-see at the TABC Boys Showcase June 23-25 Pasadena Dobie on the schedule.
Julian Greer 6’5” SF | Cypress Falls [Vyperfuse]
Julian is an athletic wing that has improved his jumper from last season. He is another new face on the ranking list. Last year he was at Aldine High School and this season he has transferred to Cypress Falls High School. He is a really good on-ball defender and utilizes his length and athleticism on the defensive side of the ball. He currently holds an offer from North Carolina A&T University.
Top 5 by Position (Names are listed in Alphabetical order by first name, not by ranking)
Anthony Bates Jr. 6’3” | Katy Seven Lakes [Houston Hoops EYBL]
Ashton Simmons 6’3” | Beaumont West Brook [JL3 EYBL]
Justin Begg 5’10” | Episcopal [Houston Hoops EYBL]
Kayde Dotson 6’2” | Beaumont United [JL3 EYBL]
Zion Pipkin 6’0” | Legacy School of Sports Science [Cooz Elite PRO16]
Cameron Patterson 6’4” | Summer Creek [ProSkills EYBL]
Divine Ugochukwu 6’3” | Fort Bend Clements [TJ Ford 3SSB]
Jared Harris 6’4” | Silsbee [LivOn EYBL]
Jayden Gambrell 6’3” | Houston Madison [TJ Ford 3SSB]
Nathan Law 6’6” | St. Thomas Episcopal [LivOn EYBL]
Chris Catchings 6’5” | Fort Bend Marshall [Houston Defenders UAA]
Clarence Paiya 6’6” | Beaumont United [JL3 EYBL]
Devon Pryor 6’7” | PSAT Academy [One Time Legends 3SSB]
Stoney Hadnot 6’6” | Cypress Springs [Team Temple NY2LA]
Ta’Koreyn “TK” Lawson 6’6” SF | PSAT Academy [Houston Superstars NY2LA]
Chidiebube Chiakwelu 6’7” | George Ranch [TJ Ford 3SSB]
Chris McDermott 6’7” | Houston Washington [JL3 EYBL]
Logan Alexander 6’8” | C.E. King [Houston Defenders UAA]
Malik Johnson 6’8” | Houston Milby [TJ Ford 3SSB]
Robert Miller 6’10” | Pasadena Memorial [TJ Ford 3SSB]
Brayden Young 6’9” | Cypress Falls [Cooz Elite PRO16]
Joshua Clark 6’10” | Fort Bend Clements [Houston Defenders UAA]
Michael Oaks 6’11” | SoCal Prep [Team Temple NY2LA]
Nolan Aigberadion 6’10” | Cy-Fair [Urban DFW]
Trent Burns 7’1” | PSAT Academy [Houston Hoops EYBL]