Carrington McCaskill has earned a reputation as one of the more athletic players in the Class of 2019 and after a strong summer playing for R.E.A.C.H. Legends the forward has seen his recruitment start to heat up.

At 6’6 190-pounds, the Detroit Renaissance forward is a bundle of energy, grabbing offensive rebounds, throwing down spectacular dunks and making plays at both ends of the court. He plays fast and up-tempo and has a well-rounded skill set that is still emerging.

He currently holds offers from Cleveland State, Detroit Mercy, Tennessee-Martin, Buffalo and Kent State and has taken visits to Miami of Ohio and Cleveland State and will be attending Michigan State this weekend.

“I can dribble and get the ball up the floor, I have extremely high athleticism,” he said. “I can shoot the ball well, and I can defend and grab rebounded.”

McCaskill competed this offseason for the R.E.A.C.H. Legends 16U squad alongside season talented players and put together an impressive run on the NY2LA Basketball Association Circuit.

He says he has high expectations for the upcoming high school season and hopes to lead his team deep into the playoffs. And, he already has a few important dates circled on his team’s schedule.

“I would like to see Cass Tech because that’s our rival and they beat us twice last year, and I would like to see New Haven because they have some players that are the best in my grade and I will like to play them to show the media who I am and that they can be stopped,” McCaskill said.

A fan of college basketball, McCaskill says his coaches have had the biggest influence on his basketball career to date.

“Without them I don’t know if I could be where I am at right now,” he says. “They have been doing any and everything I needed to get my name out there and get what’s best for me and I really appreciate everything they have done for me.”