The Clemson Basketball team officially added two players to its program today. PJ Hall and Olivier-Maxence Prosper signed their Letters of Intent today and that gives Brownell a 2020 class that ranks 31st nationally in the 247 class rankings.
Hall is a 6′ 10 forward out of Dorman that already weighs 235 lbs. ESPN and 247 both have him as a 4 star and ESPN lists him as the 60th best player in the country. He’s the top prospect in the state and is rated number 10 in the nation at his position. 247 has him #61 overall and Rivals has him #62. He’s the 3rd best prospect to ever sign on to play basketball at Clemson. He chose Clemson over Virginia Tech, Florida, Tennessee, Georgia Tech and South Carolina among others.
Prosper is a 6’7 forward out of Montreal and is also rated as a 4 star prospect. 247 has him at #82 overall and as the 15th best power forward in the country. He’s also listed as the 3rd best prospect overall in Canada. He is the 4th best prospect to ever sign at Clemson and chose the Tigers over Cal, Baylor, and Stanford.
This class will hopefully help to build some momentum on the recruiting trail for Brownell. Convincing high level players to come to Clemson has been a tough sell over the years, but Brownell has managed to put some nice pieces for the future in place that he got over the offseason via the transfer market. Adding these two players is a big step in the right direction.
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