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2019 PF DAVID SKOGMAN HIGHLIGHTS

As we head into the final weeks of 2018 it seems like a perfect time as any to update some of our player rankings and with so much attention on the quality efforts at this past weekend’s NY2LA Sports Classic today we look at the current senior class in Wisconsin with our updated player rankings in the Class of 2019...

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(1)     DAVID SKOGMAN – 6-10 – F – WAUKESHA WEST
A big lanky interior prospect who has a very full recruiting trail, Skogman can finish around the basket, he can step out and knock down the jumper, and when you combine his height and length with his skill and potential to add to his game, it’s easy to see why he’s the most recruited 2019 prospect in this state at this point.  

(2)     XZAVIER JONES – 6-5 – G/F – MARTIN LUTHER
A versatile slashing wing who’s still far from hitting his peak, Jones can finish at each level and he has the ability to defend and fill the box score.  In a game that is transitioning into more of a positionless one by the year, Jones has valuable versatility and athleticism to go with an improved floor game.

(3)     NOBAL DAYS – 6-9 – F/C – RACINE PARK
Committed to Tulane Days is a long lean highly intelligent basketball player who generally makes the right decision.  He can finish around the basket, he can step out and knock down the mid-range jumper, etc.  However he excels rebounding, contesting shots, and he’s an excellent passing big who makes his team better with the things he can do on the court.

(4)     MARCUS DOMASK – 6-5 – SF – WAUPUN
Give Domask a few more inches and he’s headed to any high major school he wants.  The reason…he just can play basketball and he does it efficiently, dominantly, and consistently.  The only limitation with him is his lateral and vertical explosion but beyond that he handles the ball, he can score at every level, his perimeter stroke is smooth, he rebounds, etc.  Northern Kentucky got a steal when he committed.  Domask is one of the more polished seniors to hit the state in some time.  

(5)     DEONTAY LONG – 6-5 – SF – MILWAUKEE WASHINGTON
Arguably the most talented pure basketball player in the state for the class of 2019, when he’s in shape and dialed in he can score at will and completely dominate a game.  If he wants it and completely focuses on all areas of his game he can play at any level in the country.

(6)     TREQUAN CARRINGTON – 5-9 – PG – MARTIN LUTHER
An excellent floor general with quickness, handles, and an ability to score or create, Carrington is one of the catalysts for Martin Luther this season and he’s been exceptional so far.  A smaller high school version of Kenny Anderson, Carrington handles it on a string, he sees the floor, and he has the ability to finish at every level.  

(7)     COLE NAU – 6-3 – PG – BROOKFIELD CENTRAL
Central has a plethora of guards and all three are lead guards at their best.  Nau is arguably the top defender in this class and his ability to fill the box score, play unselfishly, and contribute on both ends is a big reason for Central’s success.  Last season Nau posted a number of near triple doubles with the ball in his hands consistently but with Malensek and his young brother all player well this season he’s off the ball more.  He’s as good a passing guard in terms of timing of the pass and touch with the pass as there’s been in a while.  He’ll excel in college at the lead guard spot but will need to be more aggressive at the next level to do so.

(8)     ACE EVANS – 6-1 – G – MARTIN LUTHER
A tough athletic scoring guard who like Jones and Carrington is a big part of the success of Martin Luther this season.  He can score at each level, he can finish in transition, he’s tough, and he can fill the box score at times as well.  A multi-dimensional guard whose really coming into his own, Evans is trending upward as a prospect.

(9)     LEVI NEINHAUS-BORCHERT – 6-5 – F – KIMBERLY
An unsung talent in the state, Levi didn’t play a lot in the spring or summer over the years so he didn’t always get the looks others may have.  Regardless he can play and he’s averaging over 17 points a game and almost 17 rebounds a game.  A tough blue collar forward who is problem for opposing teams, Borchert is a big reason for Kimberly’s success this season and his best basketball lies ahead.

(10)   DONOVAN IVORY – 6-5 – G/F – KAUKAUNA
Another late blooming prospect who continues to trend upward, Ivory can score at each level and he contributes on both ends in solid fashion.  There are 5-7 kids in the state who could really land here (Malensek, Jenkins, Kelley, etc.) and we put Donovan here because of his size and the fact that he’s really just starting to take off as a player.  His best basketball is far ahead of him and he’s trending upward on this list as are a few others.