K-State Basketball Recruiting

K-State Basketball Recruiting

Bruce Weber and his staff have been silently putting together a very strong recruiting class for 2020.  It is currently ranked number 15 in the country according to 247sports and 18 according to Rivals with three top 150 caliber recruits committed so far and another set to announce this coming Friday.  Here’s a look at who has committed so far along with a look at Davion Bradford, who could be committing this Friday.

Selton Miguel

Selton Miguel is a 6’4″ small forward from West Oaks Academy in Orlando, Florida.  According to 247Sports he is ranked as the 139th player nationally, the 27th ranked small forward and the 10th ranked player in the state of Florida.  Rivals has his ranked number 105 nationally and the number 25 small forward.  247Sports has him listed as a three star player and Rivals has him listed as a four star.

I found a video with some highlights and he looks pretty athletic with a decent outside shot.  I like what I see.

Nigel Pack

Nigel Pack is a 5’10” point guard from Lawrence Central in Indianapolis, Indiana.  He is the 102nd ranked player in the class of 2020 according to 247Sports, the number 17 point guard and the number four ranked player in the state of Indiana.  They have him listed as a four star player.  Rivals has him rated as the 131st player overall and the 29th best point guard in the country.  They also have him listed as a four star player.

I found a highlight video that shows a little bit of his quickness and outside shot ability.  Reminds me a little bit of Kamau Stokes.

Luke Kasubke

Luke Kasubke is a 6’5″ shooting guard from Chaminade in St. Louis.  According to 247Sports he is a three star recruit ranked 156th nationally, the number 37 shooting guard and the number five overall player in the state of Missouri.  Rivals has him ranked number 145 overall and number 31 nationally at his position.

I found a couple videos of Kasubke worth watching.  The first one shows highlights from a 50 point game he had his junior year:

The second is some highlights of his junior year.  Looks to be a pretty good shooter with the ability to drive to the basket as well:

Davion Bradford

Davion Bradford is announcing his commitment this Friday and K-State is thought to be one of the leaders.  If he chooses K-State, it would be a great way to round out the 2020 recruiting class.  Bradford is a three star center on both 247Sports and Rivals.  He is from Mehlville in Saint Louis, Missouri.  247Sports has him ranked as the 147th best player overall, the 18th best center and the number four player in the state of Missouri.  Rivals has him ranked as the 133rd best player overall and the number 18 ranked center.

I found a couple of highlight videos of Bradford.  Basically all you can get out of watching it is that he’s tall and can dunk:

Looks like this has the potential to be one of Bruce Weber’s better recruiting classes at K-State.  Should be fun to watch.

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