College basketball recruiting occasionally turns up a ready-made gem such as Jabari Parker, but there are far more prospects out there who need plenty of work and coaching to reach their full potential. Just because a player is considered a “project” at an early stage of his development doesn’t mean he won’t be a college star before he’s done.
One youngster from the class of 2015 who has a great chance to follow that trajectory is Isaiah Briscoe. The New Jersey product has a scorer's mentality and attacks the basket with abandon, but he'll need to develop more of a perimeter game to survive as a 6'3" shooting guard in college.
Herein is a closer look at Briscoe and nine more high school seniors-to-be who have a lot of growing up to do, but they could become awfully impressive players at the end of that road. The prospects are ranked primarily based on how good they'll eventually be, though consideration is still given to where they stand currently.