#OTRHoopsReport: Georgia 2018 Player Watch List -Nov. 2, 2015
Khavon Moore has been tabbed as one of the top sophomores in the country. Photo Cred – Ty Freeman
The talent rich state of Georgia continues to produce some of the top prospects nationally each year. Our team was busy this summer at numerous local and national events identifying some of the top underclassmen in the Peach State. Here is a look at some underclassmen who look to make an impact this season.
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Jamie Lewis (Atlanta, Ga), Westlake HS– 2018 – After sitting out his freshman season due to an injury, Lewis turned heads during Peach Jam while playing for the Georgia Stars 16 and Under team. Lewis is a well put together guard who does a good job of advancing the ball in transition off the pass or dribble and if the defense fails to control him he can get to the rim. He is also a good penetrator with deceptive speed and quickness.
Drue Drinnon (Commerce, Ga), East Jackson HS– 2018 – Drinnon is a killer with the ball in his hands, he can score in a variety of ways from knocking down the deep jumper or driving to the basket and making floaters in the lane. This four-star prospect averaged 23 points per game last season with a season high fourty-nine at Banks County. Georgia, Georgia Tech, Memphis, Missouri, Kansas State, and Virginia Tech have already offered.
Khavon Moore (Macon, Ga), Westside Macon HS – 2018 – Currently regarded as one of the top sophomores in the country. This 6-foot-8 guard can play multiple positions on the perimeter. When he goes to the basket, he knows when to pull up for his mid-range game or gets all the way to the rim. He has good court vision and can deliver a timely pass to a teammate.
Isaiah Kelly (Atlanta, Ga), Pace Academy – 2018 – He has the ability to score in a variety of ways. He can connect on jumpers from beyond 3-point range as well as score in the paint. He has the ability to cause match-up problems by taking bigger frontcourt players out on the perimeter with his shooting ability in addition to taking smaller defenders down to the block when he gets the opportunity to do so.
KJ Buffen (Gainesville, Ga), Gainesville HS– 2018 – Currently holding offers from Georgia State and Tennessee Tech, Buffen jumped on our Radar during his freshman campaign. He’s a high volume rebounder, who is equally effective in traffic or out of his area. The vast majority of his point production comes by the rim in a number of different ways.
Amari Kelly (Snellville, Ga), Brookwood HS – 2018 – This summer Kelly emerged as one of the top young post prospects at the Super 6 Showcase. He has always played hard with great energy and now his skill has taken another step forward. Kelly has great upside and if he continues to improve his recruiting will sky rocket.
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