The measurements taken at the 2016 Nike Elite 100 were released earlier this spring. To view the measurements for the 2016 event, click here
.Notable 2018 Prospects
-Intriguing wing prospect Isaiah Mucius measured 6'6 with a 6'11 wingspan. The Brooklyn native possesses nice size for a small forward, but needs to continue to get stronger currently tipping the scales at just 176 pounds.
-Shaquille O'Neal's son Shareef has grown quite a bit from this same event last year. The Los Angeles native measured 6'8 in shoes with a 7'0 wingspan and a 201-pound frame up from 6'7, 186-pounds with a 6'10 wingspan last year.
-Talented California point guard Brandon Williams
measured just 6'0 in shoes, but his 172-pound frame continues to improve and his 6'6 wingspan is very solid for a young floor general who won't turn 17 until November.
-Louis King measured 6'6 with a 194-pound frame and a 7'0 wingspan. Like so many other wings in this class, his body continues to get better and better as each of those numbers is up from last summer.
-Congolese import Florent Thamba measured 6'8 in shoes with a 7'5 wingspan and a 224-pound frame. He was impressive at the Basketball Without Borders Global Camp held during All-Star weekend and figures to garner plenty of attention at Mountain Mission School in Virginia.Notable 2019 Prospects
-Highly touted forward Trendon Watford measured 6'8 with a 209-pound frame and a 7'1 wingspan. He's been terrific in the EYBL for stretches this season, and is a player to keep an eye on down the road.
-Cassius Stanley is arguably the most athletic player in all of high school basketball. Standing 6'4 at 185 pounds with a 6'6 wingspan, Stanley isn't overwhelmingly long, but that doesn't stop him from playing way above the rim.
-2019 center prospect Chol Marial measured a wingspan of 7'9, one of the longest in our database all-time. Tipping the scales at just 206-pounds, the rail-thin center still has a long way to go physically, but has a surplus of the things you can't teach. The South Sudan native is currently attending Cheshire Academy in Connecticut.
-2019 small forward Chandler Lawson, the younger brother of K.J. and Dedric Lawson
, measured 6'6 in shoes with a 190-pound frame and an outrageous 7'6 wingspan, one of the largest ever recorded for a forward.
-Young center James Wiseman lacks strength weighing just 198 pounds at the moment, but at 6'9 with a 7'3 wingspan, he figures to have terrific tools for his position assuming he continues to grow.