As gears begin to slowly shift from the 2018 class to the 2019 class in terms of complete focus for some schools, a number of talented juniors are continuing to see interest in their games elevate with each passing month.  One talented 2019 prospect who fits that profile is shooting guard Perry Cowan Jr. of DePaul College Prep in Illinois.

Standing a tad bit over 6-4 with a 190 pound frame and plus length, Cowan is a highly intriguing prospect at this stage in that his best basketball is in front of him.  Skilled, instinctive, and equipped with solid physical tools, Cowan is a late blooming talent that schools are continuing to take notice of.  He can score at each level, he has the ability to knock down the pull-up jumper off the bounce, his catch and shoot ability extends well beyond the arc, and he is savvy and crafty beyond his years around the basket, which allows him to finish in a variety of ways off the dribble, in the post, with floaters, etc.  Still rounding out as a prospect in some ways, Cowan is solid athletically and in the right system at the next level he should really flourish and deliver some quality basketball.

Already holding an offer from Illinois-Chicago and DePaul, Cowan most recently picked up an offer from Drake while visiting there.  Heading into his junior campaign in Illinois Cowan has put himself in position to generate a lot of attention and looks and if he continues to develop and trend upward you can expect him to have a nice line of suitors on his recruiting by the end of next summer.

Cowan plays with the Illinois Wolves during the grassroots travel season.