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In today’s basketball world, earning a scholarship at the high school level is tougher than ever. The combination of the transfer portal, COVID years, and the notable success of lower-level transfers in Division I have intensified the competition for high school prospects. Collegiate players are also getting older due to said transfers/COVID and as a result, high school players are facing a widening gap between their basketball readiness and that of experienced and proven college athletes. As we’ve seen recently, even the most talented and highly touted freshmen   are encountering difficulties competing against older rosters, some of which boast players aged 24 to 26. This reality highlights the importance of aspiring players and their families exploring alternative routes such as junior college or prep school where opportunities for development and exposure may be more plentiful.
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