#OTRHoopsReport: Georgia 2019 Player Watch List – Nov. 3, 2019
Freshman guard TJ Bickerstaff will have a chance to earn minutes early at Sandy Creek High School. Photo Cred – Willie Evans
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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Kyle Sturdivant (Norcross, Ga), Norcross HS – 2019 – Tabbed early as one of the best freshman in the Peach State, Sturdivant has that understands the game and makes excellent decisions with the ball. He has deceptive quickness and athletic ability and does a great job displaying it in transition with acrobatic finishes around or pass defenders.
Ashton Hagans (Covington, Ga), Newton County HS – 2019 – Good looking young prospect that currently holds an offer from Georgia. He excels at pushing the ball down the court, penetrating and hitting open teammates with on-target passes. He has good size and combines that with solid upper body strength. Look for Hagans to play big minutes from day one for Newton County.
Issac Okoro (Powder Springs, Ga), McEachern HS – 2019 – Okoro is a long and athletic forward who is capable of stepping out and making shots from the perimeter. He’s very active on both ends, gets his hands on a lot of balls, and should be make an impact right away at McEachern this year.
Brenden Tucker (Lawrenceville, Ga), Archer HS – 2019 – Tucker has been On the Radar since attending our Rising Stars Camp last year. He is a true shooting guard with deep range who especially likes to shoot three’s from either corner. He has great confidence in his shot and is not afraid to take the big one, and he usually makes it.
Brandon Green (Lawrenceville, Ga), Mountain View HS– 2019 – Each year Green continues to improve his all-around game. He has the ability to get to the rim or stop for the pull up jumper. Defensively, he has the potential to be as good as he wants to be as his length, lateral quickness, and athleticism are all huge advantages.
TJ Bickerstaff (Tyrone, Ga), Sandy Creek HS – 2019 – Our staff had an opportunity to see Bickerstaff in June at the Atlanta Invitational. He has the ability to play multiple positions on the perimeter and should find himself earning minutes early at Sandy Creek. He can get to the rim in transition as well as in the half court and finish with great touch and body control. Bickerstaff is good at getting deep into the lane and finding an open teammate for an easy drop off pass for a layup.
Isaac Martin (Powder Springs, Ga), McEachern HS – 2019
Martin was a standout this summer at our Super 6 Showcase. He is a strong and physical wing that plays with great energy and is in attack mode at all times. He scores in transition by getting to the rim and is athletic enough to finish above the rim with a clear path. Martin will compete for playing time early this season and is a player that will have a chance to make an impact right away
Shun Williams is the owner of On the Radar Hoops, Inc. The On the Radar Hoops Report is picked up by Division I and II colleges and universities across the country. He serves as the director of the On the Radar Hoops Fall Showcase, On the Radar Hoops Spring Showcase, On the Radar Hoops Invitational, Elite 32 Session I, Elite 32 Session II, Power 24, and Super 6 Showcase Session I & II
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