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Saturday Night At #TheWarmup: Kennedy Chandler Keeps Trending Upward

04/13/2019, 8:45pm CDT
By MADE Hoops Staff

Kennedy Chandler of MoKan Elite

Kennedy Chandler, 2021 PG, MoKan Elite (17U): Chandler already holds multiple high major offers as a rising junior and it's clear to see why. Playing up an age group here at The Warmup, his crafty ball handling skills, speed, and court vision allow him to wreak havoc on opposing defense's. While he may lack size in his matchup's at times, he doesn't let it bother him much on either end of the floor. This is just the beginning of a very productive summer for Chandler, and it would be very shocking if his offer list hasn't grown within the first month or so of the season. 

Deundra Arnold, 2021 WF, Team Jah's Elite (16U): Arnold was a killer when playing in attack mode and getting it to the rim. A versatile perimeter prospect, he showed his ability to not only play multiple positions, but he can guard as well. He had no problems in leading the break in transition and took advantage of smaller defenders guarding him by posting them up around the rim. Arnold is already a very productive prospect at the 16U level, and he still has plenty of room to grow. 

Nick Smith Jr., 2022 WG, Brad Beal Elite (16U): Smith is one of the most talented prospects on the floor whenever he steps on the court, and his performances during day one at The Warmup continued to help him prove his worth as a nationally ranked prospect. The 6'4" guard has already earned an offer from Oklahoma State and he hasn't even started his sophomore year in high school yet. Keep a close watch on Smith heading forward as his breakout is just at the tip of the iceberg. 

Caleb Rawls, 2021 WF, MEBO (16U): Rawls is an uber athletic wing forward prospect standing 6'6" and possessing a phenomenal motor. A lot of prospects, especially around this age group, can have trouble with effort and playing at their highest level for the entire game. You never have to worry about this with Rawls. He may make some mistakes sometimes but it's certainly not due to laziness. He's all over the place on defense and made some really impressive finishes around the rim. 

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