Every year, there are undoubtedly prospects who are overlooked on a national level. For a variety of reasons, they aren't given the respect they deserve as being a premiere basketball player worthy of the ink given to the players sitting atop these lofty recruiting lists that we see so frequently.
Sometimes, it's just because they simply are so young—they haven't had enough time to carve out their own stardom at the high school level yet. Other times, a recruit may be overshadowed by a more talented teammate, which I like to call "The Scottie Pippen Syndrome."
Sometimes, a prospect might just be a late bloomer who is just starting to put his whole arsenal together near the end of his high school career.
Here are five prospects at the high school level who are ready to emerge nationally, bringing a plethora of attention to themselves as well as the schools they represent.