Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Isaiah Todd: Consensus Top-5 Basketball Prospect from the Class of 2020 Collects another Offer



The next potential superstar and potential #1 player in the country in the class 2020 Isaiah Todd has picked up another high major offer this time form the Penn State Nitty Lions of the Big 10. Todd is a 6'10" multi-dimensional wing who can guard all five position, fluid in his strides and ball-handling, leaving you with the sincere thought he one day will be a bonafide two-guard. 

Isaiah Todd to date has received hard offers from Baylor, Wake Forest, Central Florida, Hampton University, James Madison, and most recently this past weekend from the aforementioned Nitty Lion of the Big 10 after attendance at their camp along with a group of other top Team Loaded program mates.

"He's arguably the top prospect in the class of 2020 and pound for pound one of the best in all of middle school right now," says Coach Francis national middle school hoop guru “His upside and ceiling is one of the highest I’ve seen, and he's extremely talented already. Only a few players come along that have the combination of size, skill, and athleticism combination that he has." 

The catch to all this is that Todd has just finished his 8th grade year of middle school – he will attending John Marshall in the fall and all assumptions are that he will be making and immediate impact. 

P2Bball.com spoke to a high major college coach regarding Todd and they stated “he is ahead of a lot of current pro players at the same stage he will have a lot of choices when it’s all said and done”.

There is often a fear when a talent such as this appears on the scene that pressure, the hanger-on’s, combined with the hype can ruin a kid – but meet Isaiah Todd one time and you will understand his humble God-fearing nature, his genuine personality, and his youthful innocence are foundational pieces that will carry this player just as far off court as on it.  You meet Todd and walk away feeling that this is one of those that will be just fine.

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