Here are TheCrunchZone.com we do our absolute best to wait until the time is right to start discussion about future players in the program. But that time has come, and Shaqquan Aaron is the first of 6 incoming players that TCZ will profile in video compilation.
Aaron (or A-ARON as we may come to call him) will participate in the Jordan Brand Classic April 18th, the same night as the Kentucky Derby Festival Classic Game. Louisville fans will have to wait until the 1st Red/White Scrimmage to see Shaqquan in person, but once they do they will find that Aaron is a lengthy 6’7″ (or 6’8″) with a nice handle and jumper that he can get off off the dribble. Shaqquan’s Rainer Beach just completed an undefeated season and a 3rd Consecutive State Title in the talent-rich state of Washington.
Rainer Beach begins play in the 2014 Dick’s Sporting Goods High School National Tournament Bracket TOMORROW against Findlay Prep (NV) at 4:00 in New York’s Madison Square Garden on ESPNU.
Aaron’s biggest question mark heading into his freshman season will be his strength and ability to play defense as a Small Forward at high-major collegiate level.
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