A lack of depth in size in the 2018 class nationally has continued to see some legitimate sleepers become full blown highly coveted and targeted prospects and 2018 F/C George Conditt IV of Corliss HS (IL) is front and center as one of the hottest.

Standing at 6-10 with a 7 foot plus length wingspan and weighing close to 210 pounds, Conditt is a long lean interior prospect who arguably looks and feels the part of a power forward at the next level.  Given his size and his length the talented young big could slide between either position but one thing that’s for certain is his ceiling is exceptionally high.  Equipped with tons of physical tools, Conditt delivered a tremendous spring and summer effort that displayed a versatile developing skill package where he finished from all levels, scored in transition, finished around the basket with both hands, and showed continued improvement with his back to the basket game.  Add to the mix solid athleticism to go with his physical tools and Conditt is a potential versatile matchup problem at the next level anywhere he goes and he has plenty of options.

Illinois, Maryland, Virginia Tech, Iowa State, Washington, Colorado, Georgia Tech, New Mexico, Arizona State, Houston, Saint Louis, Tulane, UTEP, VCU, Western Kentucky, Evansville, Ball State, Miami (OH), Northern Arizona, Stetson, Western Illinois, Chicago State, Georgia State, etc. are just a few of the programs that have offered Conditt with Virginia Tech and Maryland being the most recent to jump into the mix.  Conditt’s best basketball lies in front of him and given his physical tools, improving and versatile skill set, and his exceptionally high ceiling long term the future looks bright for the soaring Illinois standout who has firmly positioned himself as one of the most coveted bigs left on the board in the 2018 class regionally and nationally.

Conditt played with the Team RWA program during the grassroots travel season.