As 2020 prospect go nationally a handful of talented prospects have continued to see their recruiting stock soar after stellar travel campaigns this past spring and summer.  One such talent that has solidified himself as an elite national prospect from coast to coast is Wisconsin native Reece Beekman of Scotlandville Magnet HS in Louisiana.

A 6-2 near 160 pound lead guard, Beekman is as gifted a playmaker as exists in the 2020 class nationally and really just starting to discover his potential.  A two-time state champion already with a national championship chip in his belt during his middle school days, Beekman really found his groove this past July where he helped his team to the Nike Peach Jam 16U Championship game and followed up by helping them capture the 16U championship at the prestigious NY2LA Sports Summer Jam and the 17U Championship playing up a grade at the AAU Gold Super Showcase in Florida to close the summer.  A stellar floor general at his best, Beekman was a magician at times during mid and late July and opposing teams attempted to stop him to their peril game in and game out.

He handles the ball exceptionally well, his vision is advanced, his passes are timely, he creates easy opportunities for his teammates, and he has the ability to control the tempo and create with dominance in both half court sets and in transition.  While his playmaking and floor leadership are high major caliber, his scoring ability is equally as dominant as he showed a consistent ability to score through contact and in traffic while also finishing at the mid-range level consistently and knocking down perimeter jumpers beyond the arc.  Defensively Beekman is equipped with plus length, solid lateral quickness, excellent instincts, and an ability to create chaos and havoc for his team both on and off the ball with steals, deflections, and just solid overall plays in big situations on that end of the floor.

Hitting the hardwood with one of the premiere teams in country at the 16U age group this past summer, Beekman was an example of how approaching and playing the game the right way with unselfishness and a team first approach can result in both success on the court and off the court.  An elite student with a stellar GPA & class ranking academically, Beekman has become one of the more coveted prospects in the 2020 class nationally despite still having a couple years before reaching the collegiate ranks.

Georgetown is the latest to offer the Wisconsin native and the Hoyas join the ranks of Georgia Tech, Kansas State, Arizona State, USC, Tulane, DePaul, Minnesota, LSU, Marquette, Houston, Temple, Virginia, Florida, Brown, Wisconsin, Wake Forest, Iowa State, and Texas A&M as Division 1 schools with offers on the table already.  Set to take official visits to Houston (Sept 15-16th) & Virginia (Sept 21-23rd), the talented floor general has firmly established himself as an elite national prospect who can play in any conference in the country at the collegiate level.  

Beekman plays with the Phenom University program during the grassroots travel season.