Sleeper Look: 2022 Unsigned Hoopers in Missouri

Throughout the state of Missouri there are sleepers. Oftentimes these sleepers are seniors taking advantage of new opportunities and/or a summer of hard work. Here’s a few that RecruitLook has identified and we think will help college programs at the next level.

Colin Ruffin
Class of 2022
6’4 Guard

Ruffin has outstanding size for a true point guard. He’s one of those players who use angles, pace and feel to create offense for himself and others. The lefty uses a variety of stutter moves, head fakes, and change of speed to get open three-point looks as well as make driving lanes for himself. 6’4 point guards with defined skill sets are hard to come by and he should see his recruitment pick up soon.

Mikhail Abdul-Hamid
Class of 2022 
6’5 Wing

Abdul-Hamid plays on a talented CBC team. His role is defined but past performance on the RecruitLook Circuit has shown other elements of his game. At CBC he’s a lights-out shooter. His floor spacing and quick release make him a necessary element for the Cadets. In the summer, however, he’s also shown good jumping ability to clean up offensive rebounds and is an active defender in the passing lanes. His size and shooting on the perimeter are desirable traits for the next level. 

Trasean White
Class of 2022
6’1 Guard

White was a top performer at RecruitLook events this summer. His game has progressed even further since. His natural talent and athletic ability are eye-opening. He’s incredibly explosive off the bounce and when finishing at the rim. In addition, his ball-handling ability could be described as a natural gift with the way in which he moves. What’s most surprising is his shooting ability this high-school season. He’s had games where he’s made multiple threes, a new element to his game. Simply put, White has the talent to make him one of the most gifted offensive point guards in St. Louis. The rest of his game and continuing to develop defensively will determine the path his recruitment takes.

Coen Brown
Class of 2022
6’3 Guard

Brown will soon eclipse 2,000 points at his high school in Mid-Missouri. The small town team relies on Brown to do much of the scoring, but he brings more to the table than buckets. He has a nonstop motor that leads to him getting 50/50 balls and making ‘winning’ plays throughout the game. He has above-average athleticism to defend the perimeter and be impactful rebounding and playing help-side defense in the paint. A solid jump shooter from the outside with the ability to score through contact at the rim. An All-State performer would make a good addition to a college program.

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