Biggest Winners from the Sweet 16 – April 15, 2021

LAKEPOINT CHAMPIONS CENTER– The On the Radar Hoops platform takes pride in providing maximum exposure and despite the recruiting challenges due to the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic, several prospects still managed to take advantage of our Sweet 16 stage via livestream. Here are the biggest winners from session one.

Noah Clowney, 6’10 F, Class of 2022, Team Dickerson

Clowney is widely viewed as the biggest winner from Session I not only from an offer standpoint, but also a status perspective. The 6-foot-10 stretch-four took a major step towards blue-chip status and will more than likely leap into the national rankings when the 2022 class is updated. Appalachian State, Clemson,Georgia Tech, and Providence all pulled the trigger with offers.

Jett Howard, 6’6 W, Class of 2022, Nightrydas Elite

Jett Howard, the son of Michigan Head Coach Juwan Howard, had everyone chirping about his smooth perimeter game. In a nutshell, the 6-foot-5 wing did things on the floor that will undoubtedly translate to the next level and coaches took notice. Tennessee extended an offer and several others have inquired.

MJ Collins, 6’4 G, Class of 2022, Team Curry

Appalachian State and Charleston Southern offered the Team Curry guard and as mentioned in our Session I Heat Check report, Collins looks to be Division-I talent that can score in bunches.

Dhiaukuei Dut, 7’0 C, Class of 2023, Team Forrest

Dut gets up and down the floor well, has great lateral movement, and locks down the painted area. The 7-footer has a reputation of being a relentless defender, but he showed off a much improved offensive repertoire over the weekend which piqued the interest of several programs. Old Dominion, UAB, and Vanderbilt threw their names into the hat with offers.

AJ Brown, 6’5 W, Class of 2022, EITI

Brown is a multi-talented player that affects the game in many ways whether it be scoring, rebounding, assisting, or shutting down his man defensively. Colleges at every level love versatile players, so it’s easy to see why Iona and Penn State joined the list of schools to offer the 6-foot-5 rising senior.