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Jevon ThomasClick Kendall SmithClick Gavin SchillingClick Shane RectorClick Roger Moute a BidiasClick Cornelius ElderClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link.: One of the nation's top running backs, Elder ranks No. 153 nationally as a four-star football prospect. He's pretty good on the hoops side as a point guard with extreme toughness and a penchant for making game-winning plays. The Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth point guard has told Rivals.com on more than one occasion that he would like to play hoops in college. TexasClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link., AlabamaClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. and PurdueClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. are among those who have made recent inquiries on the hoops side. Here to view this Link.: The younger brother of NBA player Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, the 6-foot-6 wing at Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame was one of the better finds at the National Prep Showcase in November. He's athletic, plays with physicality and passion and will knock down some jump shots. Primarily, he's a transition performer who is a high major-level finisher and defender. Moute a Bidias could move to the class of 2014. Here to view this Link.: Along with big men, schools are desperate to find point guard help. Because of that, the New Yorker who is at South Kent (Conn.) Prep is going to get every chance to earn an upper mid- to high major-level scholarship. Rector is a crafty player with sneaky athleticism and doesn't back down from anybody. Here to view this Link.: Of the available big men, none is a safer bet than the 6-foot-8 Schilling. He's in the midst of a strong senior season at Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep and a candidate to make the final Rivals150 for 2013. Schilling is a year young for his class but has a strong body, good athleticism and a well-rounded set of skills. He can play with his back to the basket, runs the floor and has some face-up ability. CaliforniaClick Shane RectorClick Roger Moute a BidiasClick Cornelius ElderClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link.: One of the nation's top running backs, Elder ranks No. 153 nationally as a four-star football prospect. He's pretty good on the hoops side as a point guard with extreme toughness and a penchant for making game-winning plays. The Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth point guard has told Rivals.com on more than one occasion that he would like to play hoops in college. TexasClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link., AlabamaClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. and PurdueClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. are among those who have made recent inquiries on the hoops side. Here to view this Link.: The younger brother of NBA player Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, the 6-foot-6 wing at Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame was one of the better finds at the National Prep Showcase in November. He's athletic, plays with physicality and passion and will knock down some jump shots. Primarily, he's a transition performer who is a high major-level finisher and defender. Moute a Bidias could move to the class of 2014. Here to view this Link.: Along with big men, schools are desperate to find point guard help. Because of that, the New Yorker who is at South Kent (Conn.) Prep is going to get every chance to earn an upper mid- to high major-level scholarship. Rector is a crafty player with sneaky athleticism and doesn't back down from anybody. Here to view this Link., UCLAClick Shane RectorClick Roger Moute a BidiasClick Cornelius ElderClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link.: One of the nation's top running backs, Elder ranks No. 153 nationally as a four-star football prospect. He's pretty good on the hoops side as a point guard with extreme toughness and a penchant for making game-winning plays. The Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth point guard has told Rivals.com on more than one occasion that he would like to play hoops in college. TexasClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link., AlabamaClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. and PurdueClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. are among those who have made recent inquiries on the hoops side. Here to view this Link.: The younger brother of NBA player Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, the 6-foot-6 wing at Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame was one of the better finds at the National Prep Showcase in November. He's athletic, plays with physicality and passion and will knock down some jump shots. Primarily, he's a transition performer who is a high major-level finisher and defender. Moute a Bidias could move to the class of 2014. Here to view this Link.: Along with big men, schools are desperate to find point guard help. Because of that, the New Yorker who is at South Kent (Conn.) Prep is going to get every chance to earn an upper mid- to high major-level scholarship. Rector is a crafty player with sneaky athleticism and doesn't back down from anybody. Here to view this Link., DePaulClick Shane RectorClick Roger Moute a BidiasClick Cornelius ElderClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link.: One of the nation's top running backs, Elder ranks No. 153 nationally as a four-star football prospect. He's pretty good on the hoops side as a point guard with extreme toughness and a penchant for making game-winning plays. The Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth point guard has told Rivals.com on more than one occasion that he would like to play hoops in college. TexasClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link., AlabamaClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. and PurdueClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. are among those who have made recent inquiries on the hoops side. Here to view this Link.: The younger brother of NBA player Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, the 6-foot-6 wing at Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame was one of the better finds at the National Prep Showcase in November. He's athletic, plays with physicality and passion and will knock down some jump shots. Primarily, he's a transition performer who is a high major-level finisher and defender. Moute a Bidias could move to the class of 2014. Here to view this Link.: Along with big men, schools are desperate to find point guard help. Because of that, the New Yorker who is at South Kent (Conn.) Prep is going to get every chance to earn an upper mid- to high major-level scholarship. Rector is a crafty player with sneaky athleticism and doesn't back down from anybody. Here to view this Link., AuburnClick Shane RectorClick Roger Moute a BidiasClick Cornelius ElderClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link.: One of the nation's top running backs, Elder ranks No. 153 nationally as a four-star football prospect. He's pretty good on the hoops side as a point guard with extreme toughness and a penchant for making game-winning plays. The Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth point guard has told Rivals.com on more than one occasion that he would like to play hoops in college. TexasClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link., AlabamaClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. and PurdueClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. are among those who have made recent inquiries on the hoops side. Here to view this Link.: The younger brother of NBA player Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, the 6-foot-6 wing at Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame was one of the better finds at the National Prep Showcase in November. He's athletic, plays with physicality and passion and will knock down some jump shots. Primarily, he's a transition performer who is a high major-level finisher and defender. Moute a Bidias could move to the class of 2014. Here to view this Link.: Along with big men, schools are desperate to find point guard help. Because of that, the New Yorker who is at South Kent (Conn.) Prep is going to get every chance to earn an upper mid- to high major-level scholarship. Rector is a crafty player with sneaky athleticism and doesn't back down from anybody. Here to view this Link., USCClick Shane RectorClick Roger Moute a BidiasClick Cornelius ElderClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link.: One of the nation's top running backs, Elder ranks No. 153 nationally as a four-star football prospect. He's pretty good on the hoops side as a point guard with extreme toughness and a penchant for making game-winning plays. The Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth point guard has told Rivals.com on more than one occasion that he would like to play hoops in college. TexasClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link., AlabamaClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. and PurdueClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. are among those who have made recent inquiries on the hoops side. Here to view this Link.: The younger brother of NBA player Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, the 6-foot-6 wing at Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame was one of the better finds at the National Prep Showcase in November. He's athletic, plays with physicality and passion and will knock down some jump shots. Primarily, he's a transition performer who is a high major-level finisher and defender. Moute a Bidias could move to the class of 2014. Here to view this Link.: Along with big men, schools are desperate to find point guard help. Because of that, the New Yorker who is at South Kent (Conn.) Prep is going to get every chance to earn an upper mid- to high major-level scholarship. Rector is a crafty player with sneaky athleticism and doesn't back down from anybody. Here to view this Link. and many others are involved. Here to view this Link.: A 6-foot point guard from Antioch (Calif.) Deer Valley, Smith came on strong at the end of the summer while helping to lead the Oakland Soldiers to a title at the Peach Jam. He has been lighting it up during his senior year and has had separate games of 48 points and 15 assists. Look for his recruitment to begin to heat up in a big way as we approach the new year. Here to view this Link.: A native New Yorker, Thomas has been well traveled and has been committed to DaytonClick Kendall SmithClick Gavin SchillingClick Shane RectorClick Roger Moute a BidiasClick Cornelius ElderClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link.: One of the nation's top running backs, Elder ranks No. 153 nationally as a four-star football prospect. He's pretty good on the hoops side as a point guard with extreme toughness and a penchant for making game-winning plays. The Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth point guard has told Rivals.com on more than one occasion that he would like to play hoops in college. TexasClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link., AlabamaClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. and PurdueClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. are among those who have made recent inquiries on the hoops side. Here to view this Link.: The younger brother of NBA player Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, the 6-foot-6 wing at Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame was one of the better finds at the National Prep Showcase in November. He's athletic, plays with physicality and passion and will knock down some jump shots. Primarily, he's a transition performer who is a high major-level finisher and defender. Moute a Bidias could move to the class of 2014. Here to view this Link.: Along with big men, schools are desperate to find point guard help. Because of that, the New Yorker who is at South Kent (Conn.) Prep is going to get every chance to earn an upper mid- to high major-level scholarship. Rector is a crafty player with sneaky athleticism and doesn't back down from anybody. Here to view this Link.: Of the available big men, none is a safer bet than the 6-foot-8 Schilling. He's in the midst of a strong senior season at Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep and a candidate to make the final Rivals150 for 2013. Schilling is a year young for his class but has a strong body, good athleticism and a well-rounded set of skills. He can play with his back to the basket, runs the floor and has some face-up ability. CaliforniaClick Shane RectorClick Roger Moute a BidiasClick Cornelius ElderClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link.: One of the nation's top running backs, Elder ranks No. 153 nationally as a four-star football prospect. He's pretty good on the hoops side as a point guard with extreme toughness and a penchant for making game-winning plays. The Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth point guard has told Rivals.com on more than one occasion that he would like to play hoops in college. TexasClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link., AlabamaClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. and PurdueClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. are among those who have made recent inquiries on the hoops side. Here to view this Link.: The younger brother of NBA player Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, the 6-foot-6 wing at Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame was one of the better finds at the National Prep Showcase in November. He's athletic, plays with physicality and passion and will knock down some jump shots. Primarily, he's a transition performer who is a high major-level finisher and defender. Moute a Bidias could move to the class of 2014. Here to view this Link.: Along with big men, schools are desperate to find point guard help. Because of that, the New Yorker who is at South Kent (Conn.) Prep is going to get every chance to earn an upper mid- to high major-level scholarship. Rector is a crafty player with sneaky athleticism and doesn't back down from anybody. Here to view this Link., UCLAClick Shane RectorClick Roger Moute a BidiasClick Cornelius ElderClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link.: One of the nation's top running backs, Elder ranks No. 153 nationally as a four-star football prospect. He's pretty good on the hoops side as a point guard with extreme toughness and a penchant for making game-winning plays. The Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth point guard has told Rivals.com on more than one occasion that he would like to play hoops in college. TexasClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link., AlabamaClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. and PurdueClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. are among those who have made recent inquiries on the hoops side. Here to view this Link.: The younger brother of NBA player Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, the 6-foot-6 wing at Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame was one of the better finds at the National Prep Showcase in November. He's athletic, plays with physicality and passion and will knock down some jump shots. Primarily, he's a transition performer who is a high major-level finisher and defender. Moute a Bidias could move to the class of 2014. Here to view this Link.: Along with big men, schools are desperate to find point guard help. Because of that, the New Yorker who is at South Kent (Conn.) Prep is going to get every chance to earn an upper mid- to high major-level scholarship. Rector is a crafty player with sneaky athleticism and doesn't back down from anybody. Here to view this Link., DePaulClick Shane RectorClick Roger Moute a BidiasClick Cornelius ElderClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link.: One of the nation's top running backs, Elder ranks No. 153 nationally as a four-star football prospect. He's pretty good on the hoops side as a point guard with extreme toughness and a penchant for making game-winning plays. The Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth point guard has told Rivals.com on more than one occasion that he would like to play hoops in college. TexasClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link., AlabamaClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. and PurdueClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. are among those who have made recent inquiries on the hoops side. Here to view this Link.: The younger brother of NBA player Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, the 6-foot-6 wing at Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame was one of the better finds at the National Prep Showcase in November. He's athletic, plays with physicality and passion and will knock down some jump shots. Primarily, he's a transition performer who is a high major-level finisher and defender. Moute a Bidias could move to the class of 2014. Here to view this Link.: Along with big men, schools are desperate to find point guard help. Because of that, the New Yorker who is at South Kent (Conn.) Prep is going to get every chance to earn an upper mid- to high major-level scholarship. Rector is a crafty player with sneaky athleticism and doesn't back down from anybody. Here to view this Link., AuburnClick Shane RectorClick Roger Moute a BidiasClick Cornelius ElderClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link.: One of the nation's top running backs, Elder ranks No. 153 nationally as a four-star football prospect. He's pretty good on the hoops side as a point guard with extreme toughness and a penchant for making game-winning plays. The Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth point guard has told Rivals.com on more than one occasion that he would like to play hoops in college. TexasClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link., AlabamaClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. and PurdueClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. are among those who have made recent inquiries on the hoops side. Here to view this Link.: The younger brother of NBA player Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, the 6-foot-6 wing at Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame was one of the better finds at the National Prep Showcase in November. He's athletic, plays with physicality and passion and will knock down some jump shots. Primarily, he's a transition performer who is a high major-level finisher and defender. Moute a Bidias could move to the class of 2014. Here to view this Link.: Along with big men, schools are desperate to find point guard help. Because of that, the New Yorker who is at South Kent (Conn.) Prep is going to get every chance to earn an upper mid- to high major-level scholarship. Rector is a crafty player with sneaky athleticism and doesn't back down from anybody. Here to view this Link., USCClick Shane RectorClick Roger Moute a BidiasClick Cornelius ElderClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link.: One of the nation's top running backs, Elder ranks No. 153 nationally as a four-star football prospect. He's pretty good on the hoops side as a point guard with extreme toughness and a penchant for making game-winning plays. The Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth point guard has told Rivals.com on more than one occasion that he would like to play hoops in college. TexasClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link., AlabamaClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. and PurdueClick Sidy DjitteClick R.J. CuringtonClick Elijah BrownClick Jaylen BrantleyClick Of those players ranked in the 2013 Rivals150, only 10 prospects have yet to make their college decisions. As college coaches around the country get a feel for their teams and look at who they have recruited, they are scrambling to fill holes. With so few available options among the nation's top 150 players, they are looking high and low for players. Here's a look at 10 prospects outside the Rivals150 who are generating heat. Here to view this Link.: A former member of the Rivals150, Brantley is making a strong case to make his way back in. At about 5-foot-10, the Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame product is probably more of a combo guard than a point guard, but make no mistake about it, he can get buckets. A dangerous shooter from deep with a quick trigger, Brantley can put up big numbers in a hurry and is good creating off of the dribble. Here to view this Link.: The 6-foot-3 southpaw from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei is a nicely built and fundamentally sound two guard. He tends to operate by the "feels like leather" mode on the offense, where he shoots anything that feels like leather. However, he is pretty effective with that approach and plays without fear. While his biggest asset is a jumper that he can hit off the catch or dribble, Brown is a fine athlete who can finish above the rim. Butler and St. Mary's are current standouts in his recruitment. Here to view this Link.: College programs are always on the hunt for shooters, and the 6-foot-4 Curington is arguably the top remaining shooter on the board. The Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill standout is a terrific catch-and-shoot guy who always has his feet ready to go and gets his shot off quickly thanks to great shot preparation. At times his shot selection leaves a little to be desired, but he can certainly fill it from deep. Here to view this Link.: A thin, 6-foot-10 post man from Fayetteville (N.C.) Northwood Temple, Djitte is raw and needs plenty of seasoning. But there's a dearth of available big men and there are some high-major coaches out there who feel like they can turn him into a serviceable big man with a couple of years in the weight room and development. He plays hard, can block shots and has plenty of room to build on his body. Here to view this Link. are among those who have made recent inquiries on the hoops side. Here to view this Link.: The younger brother of NBA player Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, the 6-foot-6 wing at Fitchburg (Mass.) Notre Dame was one of the better finds at the National Prep Showcase in November. He's athletic, plays with physicality and passion and will knock down some jump shots. Primarily, he's a transition performer who is a high major-level finisher and defender. Moute a Bidias could move to the class of 2014. Here to view this Link.: Along with big men, schools are desperate to find point guard help. Because of that, the New Yorker who is at South Kent (Conn.) Prep is going to get every chance to earn an upper mid- to high major-level scholarship. Rector is a crafty player with sneaky athleticism and doesn't back down from anybody. Here to view this Link. and many others are involved. Here to view this Link.: A 6-foot point guard from Antioch (Calif.) Deer Valley, Smith came on strong at the end of the summer while helping to lead the Oakland Soldiers to a title at the Peach Jam. He has been lighting it up during his senior year and has had separate games of 48 points and 15 assists. Look for his recruitment to begin to heat up in a big way as we approach the new year. Here to view this Link. and St. John's at different times during his prep career. A 6-footer with exceptional quickness, Thomas looks to be turning the corner at Delafield (Wis.) St. John's Northwest Military Academy, and high-major programs are again starting to poke around on his recruitment.
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