A number of talented 2022 prospects continue to emerge in the state of Wisconsin and whether you’re looking for perimeter play or solid post play the class continues to get a bit deeper with each passing month.  The continued development of J.T. Seagreaves of Monroe (WI) is one talented prospect to take note of.

Equipped with strong athletic 6-6 near 200 pound frame, Seagreaves has always been an impact player amongst the 2022 prospects but his growth and continued perimeter development has now allowed him to elevate more as a prospect the past 10-12 months.  He’s always been a solid scorer around the basket but now he’s showing an ability to face up and knock down the perimeter jumper more consistently while also being able to defend on the perimeter.  He’s a quality athlete and the combination he brings of size, athleticism, toughness, skill, and instincts make for an intriguing prospect that could follow the footsteps of Hustisford senior Dylan Kuehl (Northern Michigan) in terms of opening a lot of eyes this spring and summer as a potential steal.

As 2022 prospects go Seagreaves gives you a little bit of everything and he’s coachable and a quality locker room guy that players like to be on the floor with.  His intangibles combined with his skills make him yet another intriguing 2022 piece on the board in Wisconsin’s 2022 class for Division 1 and high level Division 2 schools to watch closely.

He plays with the Wisconsin Swing during the grassroots travel season.