Fullerton, Waters trending in RI & VT
Over the course of the last ten days, we've been circling back to account for what we've seen so far in the winter season, in the class of 2022.
Prep school basketball returned in mid-November with the National Prep Showcase leading the way and then followed by the Zero Gravity Prep Classic, Scholar Roundball Classic and other events. More recently, high school basketball has returned to the six state associations.
Accordingly, we've now had the chance to evaluate a number of newly arrived prospects to the region as well as others who have taken their game to new levels in the last six weeks.
In the state of Rhode Island, St. Andrew's post-graduate Sean Fullerton has made a statement thus far, living up to glimpses he showed last summer. He committed to Mercyhurst in late November, before the division I's realized what they were missing but has since made a case to be the top ranked prospect in the state. Meanwhile, Jake Bender has continued to demonstrate what a steal he is for Brandeis and remains the other contender for the top spot.
Meanwhile, in the state of Vermont, the most notable new name is Vermont Academy post-grad Daysjuan Waters who has provided a versatile scoring threat and another scholarship caliber talent in the middle of the line-up.