Our rankings of the 2015 class have changed a lot after the spring portion of the club season. Here is a breakdown of our top 10 college prospects. For the top 50 rankings, follow this link.
We stayed with Jalen Coleman in the top spot. He has not had the greatest spring, but we believe it is more because of the system he is playing in and not a true reflection of his ability. Coleman has spent the spring settling for contested jump shots, but he has the ability to get to the basket against anyone. His length and skill set will make him a great college prospect.
Hyron Edwards has had the best spring of any 2015 prospect in Indiana despite missing time due to an ankle injury. Edwards could easily be the top college prospect, but we stayed with Coleman since he has a few inches on Edwards. Edwards is explosive off the dribble, which makes him hard to contain. He has really been able to show off his ability with the Indiana Elite-Team Indiana because of Everett and Stanley Duncan’s shooting ability. Are you going to help off of great shooters to stop Edwards on the drive or stay with the shooters and let Hyron score at the basket? He’s a great passer and always finds teammates for easy looks. Outside shooting is his weakness, but it has improved greatly since the high school season.