Newcomers to know in the updated 247Sports rankings for the class of 2024
The 247Sports 2024 Top150 Player Rankings has been updated and is a compilation of newcomers who know how to do it. In this article, we highlight the prospects that have debuted.
Debut rating: No. 45 overall
Recruitment: The College of Charleston, Mississippi, Ohio State, Seton Hall, Wake Forest, and Villanova are among the programs showing interest.
Accident: Vijay Edgecombe was a tough choice to debut in the top 50 after breaking through this high school season. Edgecomb, a 6’5″ native of the Bahamas, is a plus player who excels in transition and can score on half-court attacks. He can also make open throws with time and space from behind the arc. What stands out the most is his consistency is up against some of the best high school basketball talent in the country.
Debut rating: No. 51 overall
Recruitment: Diouf received his first offer from the state of Arizona in January.
Accident: An unknown prospect heading for December Mahan Diouf stood out for his 6’11” height and ability to lift off the floor on the Tarkanian Classic. He has good hands and great play for a prospect of his size. The consistency and expansion of his offensive arsenal could make him one of the best prospects and players in the junior class.
Debut rating: No. 55 overall
Recruitment: Arizona, Colorado, Nebraska, UCLA and Virginia are involved.
Accident: Sebastian Ranczyk filled with skill and a sense of being big at 6ft 9in. It is rare to find a player in his position who is extremely talented in passing the ball. Beyond your vision Ranchik influences the game with his range and touching the arc. His game screams versatility and his list of offerings will only grow as the summer progresses.
Debut rating: No. 89 overall
Recruitment: Split made one official visit to Butler and two unofficial visits to Maryland and Virginia Tech. Penn State, Seton Hall and Virginia Tech are the latest big companies to expand their offerings.
Accident: Playing for Fairfax (Virginia) Paul VI’s loaded team, Garret Sandra is an experienced prospect who plays the game with a high IQ. He praises his teammates and influences the game in many ways at the same time. At 6’10”, Sandra serves as a utility player. He rebounds, splits the ball, sets up screens, runs around the court and is at his best when he does everything his team needs to bring home a win.
Debut rating: No. 117 overall
Recruitment: Pang has double-digit offers, but has only been on visits to Michigan and Missouri.
Accident: Qin Pan appeared on the national scene after being recruited last summer. Since then, he has maintained his status on the big stage and capitalized on it by rigorously exploiting his strengths. It is a large sized four, which is a real threat to shooting. Pang plays with a mid lane, he has some ball skills and is an X factor that can complement the talents around him. He brings a lot of content to the game.
Debut rating: No. 120 overall
Recruitment: Big Ten programs in Illinois, Iowa, the Northwest, and Wisconsin are heavily involved in recruiting him.
Accident: Cole Sure made the list after a great winter performance at the Highland Shootout. At 6’4″, Trait has a large stature, solid athleticism, and a prodigious jumper. It has fluid secretion and combines its mechanics with a large range. The trait has an ideal positional size and knows how to play. These are all important reasons why he has recently been targeted by the Big Ten at two back.
Debut rating: No. 126 overall
Recruitment: Since the start of the new year, Glover has received offers from Butler, Illinois and Villanova.
Accident: Jayden Glover made his way into the rankings after making a big impression on our Adam Finkelstein in City of Palms. It stood out for its positional and emerging frame. His calling card calls for a clear transferable weapon in a high level major game, as his roll will make him sought after by a recruiting Glover. He is growing both physically and with his overall game. With his positional size, height and strong body, he has a chance to continue growing in future updates.
Debut rating: No. 127 overall
Recruitment: Buckner has offers from Albany, Cleveland State, Duquesne, George Mason, Kent State and Ohio.
Accident: Son of former NBA guard Greg Buckner. Ace Bucknerpedigree is undeniable. His father was known for his shooting skills throughout his career, and Ace maintains a similar style of play. He is a fearless racer, knocking down blows from the depths and attacking right in the stream.