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Fabulous Five Freshman C/O 2022

11/13/2018, 11:45am CST
By Roy Pinder

This incoming freshman class of 2022 is loaded with size for Oklahoma standards. It is rear to see this many prospects with this type of length, so early in their playing career. 

This incoming freshman class of 2022 is loaded with size for Oklahoma standards. It is rear to see this many prospects with this type of length, so early in their playing career. The back court players is still emerging and many of those prospects are beginning to separate them self.  This class is intriguing with a lot of prospects who might not have been on the scene over the years, but with growth spurts and new prospects on the block, things has gotten a lot more interesting. Clearly with time others may emerge, but currently the five student-athletes identified are among the elite prospects.

Dut Kuol 2022 6’10 SF/PF

Kuol is a long and super athletic forward, who is comfortable facing up or playing with his back to the basket. He has a 7’3 wing span which creates challenges for the offense. Kuol can also shoot the ball from deep and has a nice pull up midrange. He shows a great motor and the ability to run the floor, along with great hands, good passer, and good footwork. The scary thing is he has come to America with these skills, it’s just a matter of time before he learns the system before he explodes on to the national scene; Shows good leadership skills and ultra-competitive. Kuol is also a gym rat, love to work out. Kuol is the prototypical high major and pro prospect, can play multiple positions, long active, and athletic.

Michael Woolridge 2022 6’8 PF

Woolridge is a very skilled big, he shoots the ball well and has a good feel for the game. He is a pretty good athlete and gets from one end of the court to the next fluidly.  He is a great pick and pop big who will make shots at a high level. Woolridge has sound basketball IQ that and shows good leadership skills on the court. Definitely has High Major talent, playing for his father a former college coach will accelerate his development.

Ezekiel Wilson 2022 6’8 PF

Wilson is long and really athletic forward who runs the floor like a gazelle. Fresh of his CP3 all-star appearance, Wilson has built up a lot of confidence. He is an elite rebounder and shot blocker. He just goes after the ball relentlessly. The scary thing for Wilson is, he has only being playing organized basketball for a year. He has made tremendous strides and has placed himself among the elite nationally.

Grayden Baker 2022 6’9 PF/C

Baker is new to the scene, but this kid here has a nice package. Physically, he already has a nice looking body and strong around the rim holding his post. He is a tough rebounder, reminds of a throw back true big, with sound foot work and shows patience. Young fella has a nice stroke, a nice pick and pop prospect. Has great basketball IQ and a good basketball motor.

Mickey Hunnicuitt 2022 6’6 SF

Hunnicuitt is a skilled wing that can filled it up from long range, get to the basket and has a nice midrange game. He is very fluid and pretty athletic. He is also a good rebounder and plays with a nice motor. Hunnicuitt has a nice pace to his game along with a sound basketball IQ. He plays with a lot of confidence and knows his sweet spots on the court, a nice looking college prospect.

Honorable Mentions

The individual listed below have made major impacts and we have no doubt over time some will emerge to be at the top of the class. The honorable mention list is loaded with guards, it will be interesting to see who separates themselves from the pack. 

JV Seat - SF

Jarret Grisham - SG

Chase Martin - SF

Samuel Hill II - PG

Kameron Parker - PG

Caylen Goff-Brown - PG

Jamel Graves - SG

Maddox Bradford - PF

Talyn Shettron - SF

Jaylon Orange - CG

Noah Remier - SF

Kris Boynton - SG

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