Matt McQuaid is one of the top perimeter shooters in the country and the 6-foot-5 native of Texas is taking some official visits this fall after decommitting from SMU.
Regarded as the No. 71 player in the 2015 class, according to Rivals, McQuaid visited Creighton early in September while Michigan State gets an official visit this weekend.
In 16 EYBL games this spring, McQuaid averaged 15.6 points per game while shooting 49 percent from the field and 45 percent from beyond the arc.
Here’s a mixtape of McQuaid, courtesy of Ball is Life.
Duke commit Luke Kennard had a solid summer and he’s still regarded as a five-star prospect. The 6-foot-5 lefty shooting guard is the No. 24 prospect in the country, according to Rivals, and he played with the King James Shooting Stars this summer on the grassroots circuit.
Here’s a mixtape of Kennard’s last summer of high school basketball, courtesy of Ball is Life.
Among the 2015 class, one of the better in-game dunkers is 6-foot-4 guard Christian James. A native of Bellaire, Texas, James is currently regarded as a three-star prospect on Rivals and his stock is currently very high thanks to some strong play this July with Houston Hoops.
High-major programs are hot in pursuit of James and this mixtape comes courtesy of Ball is Life.