ATLANTA, Ga. -- There wasn’t a better combination of potential and production at the Crossroads Elite Camp than 2020 Norcross (GA) G Brandon Boston. The Georgia Stars 15U guard can flat out play and the scary part is he’s only beginning to scratch the surface of how good he’s going to be.
The first things that stand out about Brandon are his length and versatility. He has the ability to guard any type of perimeter player, and his length is very disruptive both in intercepting passes and blocking shots. This length also allows him to finish around the rim in a variety of ways. He can do a little bit of everything and his game will only get better.
“I thrive going to the hoop. I feel like I can get a bucket at will. Playing defense is really fun too.”
His body needs some development, but as he gets older his frame should fill out. If that day comes…yikes. Brandon’s jumpshot is there, but needs to develop consistency out to the 3 point line. “I know I have to get stronger. It’s something I’ve been working on.”
Brandon doesn’t have any offers yet, but it is inevitable. Florida State, Georgia, Xavier, Memphis, and Florida Gulf Coast are among the schools showing early interest This kid can flat out go and should have his pick of some of the best schools in the nation as a potential top-20 player in the nation.
ESPN recently released their first rankings for the class of 2020 and Brandon was slotted at 15. The sky is the limit for this kid. Look for him to pickup his first offer soon and continue a strong run into July.
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