This is our weekly series of underrated prospects in the 2020 recruiting class in South Florida. Each week we will profile three prospects in need of more attention and recognition.
Dashaun Joseph 6’6 Wing, Dr. Krop High School
Joseph is one of the top players in Dade County. He can score at every level and is a good athlete. He has great balance on his jump shot and uses his length to shoot right over defenders. He can make shots off the catch and in isolation situations. The senior has the tools to be an elite defender capable of guarding multiple positions. Krop is enjoying a stellar season and Joseph is one of the primary reasons. It is rare to see a prospect with his combination of athleticism, size, and shot making ability. He displayed his talent with Miami Triple Threat this summer and his skill set has only improved since then.
Kemari Brown 6’4 Guard, Boyd Anderson High School
Brown is the leading scorer for a very talented Cobra squad. He is a big time scorer that can hurt opposing defenses in many ways. He is an excellent shooter and shoots with great elevation on his jump shot. The senior is a superb athlete that wrecks havoc in transition with his ability to attack the rim. He is a strong and agile defender that is capable of guarding the opponents top scorer. Brown has the talent and skills to be a division 1 athlete. He should garner more attention if Boyd Anderson is able to make a deep playoff run.
Garrett Anderson 6’4 Guard, Western High School
Anderson is a knockdown shooter and is enjoying a stellar season for the Wildcats. He is also a capable driver that uses his length to finish at the rim. Anderson is great at finding catch and shoot opportunities. He hunts shots in transition and is constantly moving on offense searching for an open look. The senior is great at ripping and shooting mid range jumpers when defenders run him off the three point line. He had a big summer playing with the Broward County Cougars and that has carried over into a big senior campaign.