The in-state 2014 class of boy's basketball
prospects is shaping up to be one with some really talented athletes at the top
of the list, particularly guards and forwards with good size.
Presently at the top of the list is 6-foot-5
Cape Henry guard Devon Hall, who re-classed from 2013 to 2014 and has
already been exposed to the Boo Williams Elite 17&U AAU squad. Right after Hall
there are the likes of Bishop O'Connell 6-foot-tall guard Romelo Trimble and Brunswick 6-foot-3 wing Broderick Stith, the son of
former NBA player and UVA standout Bryant Stith, the Head Coach there at
There are a couple more quality athletes at the private school level near the
top of the list with Middleburg Academy 6-foot-4 small forward Jimmy Paige and Hampton Roads Academy 6-foot-2 guard Chris Tang. It's
not a class with a ton of towering inside guys, but one of the big men to keep
an eye on with a high ceiling is Nansemond River 6-foot-7 center Daniel Wallace, who appears to be the best interior player for the Warriors since
Nick Wright who went to Old Dominion.