The spring and summer travel season came to a close and with the prospects at various levels now turn their attention towards the upcoming school year with the light at the end of that tunnel being their respective high school seasons.  With that being said it seems like a perfect time to take a look inside the state of Wisconsin where multiple transfers out of the Badger state has adjusted various classes in terms of prospects still available and the like.  So here’s an objective unbiased look at ten top uncommitted prospects from the Class of 2020 that will be attending school in Wisconsin this upcoming year…

Note – Not listed in any particular order and this is not an exclusive list

Darius Hannah – 2020 – 6-9 – F – MAS (WI) – All-In Athletics
A long plus length forward with bounce, instincts, skill, and quality feel, Hannah saw his elevation slowed early in his career unfortunately due to injury and he’s slowly been getting his mojo back so to speak while developing physically.  This past spring and summer he had multiple quality performances and he continues to trend upward.  Ceiling wise I really like his potential as he can score at each level, his defensive prowess and athleticism are above average, and he sees the floor well for a young combo forward.  A potential late blooming mid to high major Division 1 prospect, Hannah already holds a handful of Division 1 offers and he’s one to watch really closely this upcoming spring and summer.  

Alex Huibregtse – 2020 – 6-3 – G – Grafton (WI) – Phenom University 
A talented sharpshooting guard, Huibregtse had a solid April and early May campaign with the Phenom University NY2LA team before moving over to the Phenom University EYBL team in mid-May where he delivered some lights out performances towards the end of the spring.  In the process he added a Division 1 offer and he continues to generate attention from some low and mid-major Division 1 schools along with high caliber Division 2 schools as well.  In terms of his ability to shoot the basketball Alex is as good as there is in the country when he’s got it going and a near 50 percent shooting performance in the EYBL from beyond the arc in the month of May can attest to that.  He’s a solid low to mid Division 1 prospect who looks primed for a big high school season.  

Anthony Washington – 2020 – 6-3 – G – Madison East (WI) – Wisconsin Premier
A plus length athletic guard with an ability to play on and off the ball, Washington checks all the boxes for a low to mid major Division 1 prospect but the consistency of his performances was a bit up and down during the travel season after a torrid high school campaign.  Look for Madison East to be one of the top teams in the state of Wisconsin again potentially and Washington is a big reason why as his ability to handle the ball, score off the bounce, and fill the box score is something that both low to mid Division 1 schools and high caliber Division 2 schools should be interested in on multiple levels.

Terrance Thompson – 2020 – 6-7 – PF – La Crosse Central (WI) – WI Playground Club
A tough physical interior prospect with the ability to clean the glass, finish around the basket, and do all the dirty work needed to help a team win, Thompson is a key factor for La Crosse Central who will challenge for the Division 2 state championship this upcoming season in Wisconsin.  He understands the game well and he’s another solid low to mid-major Division 1 prospect that should be a quality addition for the right school.  He, like a few others herein, holds a handful of Division 1 offers and he looks primed for a solid senior campaign.

Caden Boser – 2020 – 6-7 – PF – Eau Claire Memorial (WI) – Wisconsin Swing
A skilled face up forward who has the ability to score in bunches from multiple levels and clean the glass when active and engaged.  He had a solid spring and summer campaign and he holds a couple Division 1 offers already as he heads into the upcoming school year.  A solid low-major Division 1 prospect, his physical tools are solid and if he can deliver consistent efforts game in and game out you can expect his stock to continue to elevate and he should turn in a strong senior season in the process.  

Dalton Banks – 2020 – 6-1 – G – Eau Claire North (WI) – D1 Minnesota
A strong skilled guard with handles and an ability to create and finish at multiple levels, Banks is another low to mid Division 1 guard who already holds a handful of offers.  He can score off the bounce, knock down the jumper, create off the bounce in half court sets, etc. and he’s quietly continued to develop with each passing year.  Look for him to have a huge senior year.  

Alex Antetokounmpo – 2020 – 6-7 – F – Dominican (WI) – WI Playground Club
Another solid senior to be whose best basketball lies in front of him, each spring and summer Alex has shown flashes of his Division 1 potential and once it all comes together consistently you can expect him to really take some big steps forward.  He has plus length physical tools and he’s shown an ability to score around the basket, attack the glass, and rip the nets from long range.  A late blooming prospect who has collected Division 1 interest and offers already, he will be a big factor in the upcoming season for Dominican and he’s one to watch closely development wise over the next 6-9 months.

Shilo Bowles – 2020 – 6-7 – F – West Allis Central (WI) – Wisconsin RAP
One of the true sleepers in the state for the rising senior class, Bowles had a breakout season as a junior for West Allis Central in helping lead them to Madison and he followed that up with a solid spring and summer travel season.  He has plus length, athleticism, and he brings a lot of intangibles to the court as well.  He can score at multiple levels, he finishes in transition, and he cleans the glass.  A nice low major Division 1 prospect and high level Division 2 prospect, Bowles would fit nicely with the right system in the Summit League, Horizon League, etc.  He’s a late blooming prospect whose best basketball is in front of him.  

Gerald Gittens – 2020 – 6-0 – PG – St. Johns NWMA (WI) – Wisconsin RAP
A tough physical guard with an ability to attack the rim off the bounce, create, and finish at multiple levels, Gittens really took some nice steps forward during the spring and summer and he was a big part of the Wisconsin RAP’s stellar season.  He’s a matchup problem for opposing guards because he brings a lot of intangibles to the table and he blends them with effort, skill, feel, and toughness.  He’s young for his age so he’s far from a finished prospect and while he’s a solid high level Division 2 prospect on a lot of boards, he could also be a good fit for the right low major Division 1 program looking for a quality floor leader with the best basketball on the horizon.  Really like his overall ability to impact the game and he seems primed for a big senior campaign.  

Malik Abdul-Wahid – 6-5 – G/F – Brookfield Central (WI) – Ray Allen Select NY2LA
A talented plus length late blooming wing, Malik showed flashes of his potential during the high school season and in the spring but he really took some nice steps forward in the summer where he delivered some quality efforts at the NY2LA Next Level Invitational in July.  He currently holds a handful of Division 2 offers and he’s a legitimate high level Division 2 prospect who is trending upward.  Still developing physically and skill wise, Malik is a slashing type who showed an ability to make an impact in both transition and half court sets while finishing at multiple levels.  When active and engaged he can fill the box score and make a solid floor impact on both ends.  As Brookfield Central looks to repeat as state champions this upcoming season, Malik will be a big part of their attack and if this past July is an indication he seems primed for a big senior campaign.