BIGSHOTS REPORT
  1. Top 10 Next: Big Shots SC Top 150, 2023 Montravius White and Noah Cutler named Next MVP
  2. Top 10 2022: Big Shots SC Top 150, Dylan Williams & Seth Debruhl named 2022 MVP’s
  3. Event Info: Big Shots Southeast Top 150 with ESPN’s Paul Biancardi (Rock Hill, SC)
  4. Top 10 2021: Big Shots SC Top 150, Josh Beadle & Tyler Rice named 2021 Co-MVP’s
  5. Event Info: Big Shots Mid-Atlantic Top 150 (Richmond, VA)

BIG SHOTS Recruiting Grading Scale

BIG SHOTS RECRUITING GRADING SCALE (GRADES 9 – 12)

96-100: High-Major Plus Prospect (HM+)
Player demonstrates rare abilities. He should have an immediate impact at a national program with the potential for early entry into the NBA.

93-95: High-Major Prospect (HM)
Player has the potential to significantly contribute as a freshman for most national programs. He could be a three or fouryear starter and have an opportunity for all- league honors.

90-92: High-Major Minus Prospect (HM-)
Player has the potential to significantly contribute to a national program as a freshman. He could be a four year contributor with an opportunity to start over the course of his career.

87-89: Mid-Major Plus Prospect (MM+)
Player could contribute for three or four years at a high-major program or have a significant impact as a freshman at a mid-major program.

83-86: Mid-Major Prospect (MM)
Player should be a solid contributor and two- or three-year starter at a mid-major program.

80-82: Mid-Major Minus Prospect (MM-)
Player could be a three or four year contributor with an opportunity to eventually start at a mid-major program.

77-79: Low-Major Plus Prospect (LM+)
Player could contribute at a mid-major school but should be a significant contributor as a freshman at a low-major program.

73-76: Low-Major Prospect (LM)
Player should be a solid contributor and two- or three-year starter at a low-major program.

70-72: Low-Major Minus Prospect (LM-)

Player could be a three or four-year contributor with an opportunity to eventually start at a low-major program.

60-69 Division II and NAIA (D2 & NAIA)
Player could be high-level Division II or NAIA or low-level Division II or NAIA.

50-59 Division III (D3)
Player could be a high-level Division III or a low-level Division III.

BIG SHOTS NEXT RECRUITING GRADING SCALE (GRADES 2 – 8)

5-Star Prospect

Player demonstrates rare abilities. He is a national level talent that exhibits Big Shots All-American Camp skills. Has skills and intangibles well beyond his years. MVP/all tournament caliber of ages above him. Stands out considerably among top players nationally in his own age group, dominates his own age group.

4-Star Prospect

Player has the potential to significantly contribute playing with older kids. His skill level is above average and is a consistent all-tournament or MVP caliber player at his own age in nationally events.

3-Star Prospect

Player contributes to his team at a high rate. He has the potential to become an elite player for his age level but must refine parts to his game to reach that caliber. Leads his team in a production category and is an all-tournament selection occasionally.

2-Star Prospect

Player contributes as a starter for his team. His exhibits a skill in some areas but needs to improve his weaknesses. Shows signs of improvement and has intangibles to be a consistent, productive player.

1-Star Prospect
Player is developing his skill level and needs to be evaluated at a later date. *Based on ability, freshman can play in either division.