It was a very busy weekend for Arizona prospects, as many teams hit the road to take part in NCAA evaluation period events. There were several other prospects that had big weekends as well. Here are my other top-rated prospects that performed at a high level this weekend .
Brock Gardner 6-7 SR SF Tri-Christian City Academy - 2016
- Brock Gardner has many skills to like and college coaches are showing their appreciation of this talented wing prospect. He has tremendous versatility combined with very good size and is able to make plays for himself or others. He has really developed a solid all-around game. This weekend, while taking part in the UA Elite 100 Gardner received an offer from Dartmouth. He already has 4 different scholarship offers already for himself, as Columbia, Liberty, Air Force and Central Arkansas have each offered a scholarship to Gardner. Grand Canyon looks to be in hot pursuit as well, and so an offer could come from them soon as well.
Nick Mains 6-9 SR SF/PF Pinnacle HS - 2016
- Nick Mains (pictured) has seen his college recruitment begin to soar as of late, and this young man benefited nicely from this spring evaluation period as much as any other prospect in the state of Arizona. Mains is a long and very skilled wing prospect with excllent size. He has grown over the past year, and, as a result, he looks very attractive these days to college coaches. Mains is drawing interest now from many mid-major division-I college programs, including Seattle, Southern Utah, Idaho State and Northern Arizona, just to name a few. I look for several scholarship offers to pour in this July for Mains - one of the hottest prospects now in Arizona's 2016 class.
KJ Hymes 6-foot-10 Soph SF/PF St. Mary's HS - 2018
- Hymes is coming off an excellent showing for himself at this weekend's UA Elite 100 at Pomona College in Claremont (CA). In the very talented event, Hymes showed off his terrific versatility and excellent upside as a future college prospect - enough to earn him an all-star game selection in the event for his class. Hymes is a terrific prospect for the future, and he is quickly gaining serious recruiting attention as a result. Since the end to the high school season, Hymes has received two different nice scholarship offers from Grand Canyon University and Clemson.