A Quick Look



Position (Rank)

Quick Analysis

Myles Mack



Mack is a quick floor general who does a terrific job of getting his teammates involved and being able to create scoring opportunities for himself. He is also a good ball-handler, shooter and has displayed impressive court vision.

Kadeem Jack



Jack has a terrific set of physical tools along with a nicely developing skill set. He has good length and athleticism and is a good shot-blocker. He can also score facing the basket.

Jerome Seagears



Seagears could be compared to St. John’s commit D’Angelo Harrison since Seagears is aggressive and loves to push the pace. Seagears also does a good job of getting his teammates involved and has good strength and size that fellow point guard Myles Mack lacks.

Derrick Randall



Randall is a strong, shot-blocking big man who provides a good inside presence and is stronger on the defensive end than the offensive end. He is also a terrific rebounder and will play well with Kadeem Jack.

Gregory Lewis


C (NR)

Lewis is one of the better centers in a class weak at the position. He is a true post-player who has a few different moves he can use to score and can knock down the mid-range jumper outside the paint. He also has good hands and feet that you look for in a big man.

Malick Kone



Kone is a wing who will contribute very little offensively but will be able to take on tough assignments on the defensive end. He also has good athleticism and solid size which allows him to defend a variety of positions.

Elijah Carter



Carter is the least-touted prospect in this Scarlet Knight class but is an able-scorer and can play either guard position, push the tempo and play in the half court and finish well around the rim.


This Scarlet Knight class is filled with point guards and big men. Point guards Myles Mack and Jerome Seagears and power forward Kadeem Jack are the best players in the class that features another player capable of running the team in point guard Elijah Carter. The wild card in this class is small forward Malick Kone since he is a shut-down defender who can take opponents’ biggest scoring threats out of the game. Although he will contribute little to the offense, he will use his versatility and athleticism to guard numerous positions. Power forward Derrick Randall and center Gregory Lewis gives Rutgers more of an inside presence and will especially help on the defensive end as they are good shot-blockers.


2 comments on “Rutgers

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