Stanley Johnson Comes Right Behind Emmanuel Mudiay In 24/7 Sports Basketball Rankings
Stanley Johnson has been creeping up recruiting boards, and he comes in right behind Emmanuel Mudiay in the latest version of the rankings as you can see below. Have not seen Johnson play live, but it will be fun to follow his recruitment in the coming year. Mudiay played at NHSI last April and he vowed after Prime Prep was eliminated that he would get back again this coming year. I’m hoping to be there again in case he does make it back.
Looks like @jerrymeyer247's 2014 rankings for 24/7 Sports have been updated. Emmanuel Mudiay is the new #1. Stanley Johnson #2.
— Ben Roberts (@NextCats) August 14, 2013
Mudiay said last Spring that he was not interested in recruiting this summer and that he wanted to only focus on his game. That will surely pay off for him on the court and if Prep can be as successful this season as last season then they will most likely get back to NHSI as well. You can read more about Johnson in Jason Jordan’s excellent coverage which you can check out below.
— USATODAYhss.com (@USATODAYhss) August 16, 2013
Isaiah Briscoe is mentioned in that piece as well and the young guard is poised for a breakout season if he has continued to develop his game over the summer. We will keep an eye on these rankings here at Rant Sports Prep, and if there are any changes or adjustments then we will be sure to break it down for you.
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