While Florida's 2018 class may lack surefire NBA level prospects, the sunshine state's 2019 class is headlined by a trio that are already on the radars of NBA executives. Montverde Academy's RJ Barrett and University School's Vernon Carey and Balsa Koprivica are all consensus top 5 national prospects and makes this class as unique as we have seen covering this state for the last 11 years.
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While Barrett, Carey, Koprivica and others have become household names to those who follow Florida high school basketball, a handful of new names give fans and coaches prospects to keep an eye on.
Victory Rock in Sarasota has a duo with plenty of size and intrigue. 6'8 skilled forward Kuany Kuany appears to have endless potential while 6'11 center Ibrahim Diallo is much more advanced than most big men at this stage.
Atlantic's RJ Duhart is still far from a finished product but his size, length, agility and flashes of offensive skill make him a prospect with plenty of upside.
The same can be said for Auburndale's Isaiah Turner who at 6'6 with great length and versatility could end up being a prospect for college basketball's highest level.