Elite Shotmaker Ryan Agarwal Dissects Game and Dishes the Latest on His Recruitment
2022 guard Ryan Agarwal is becoming a household name on the national scene coming off a big performance with 3D Empire at the War B4 The Storm in Dallas during Labor Day weekend.
“I think I had a pretty good Summer. I didn’t start off as strong as I wanted, but I finished the season strong the last 5-6 weekends after talking to my coaches and just approaching the game with more freedom. I was thinking a bit too much during the early portion of Summer, but once I was able to figure it out mentally then things became natural.”
Agarwal definitely passes the eye test with good positional size at 6’6 with good length. Ryan has a beautiful stroke from distance, good vision as a passer and some versatility on the defensive end.
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“I’m a 6’6 wing and shooting is my best attribute on offense. I can defend 1-4 at the high school level, but my goal in college is to guard the 1-3 spots. I proved that I can pass and dribble over the Summer and improved my lateral movement and vertical as well.”
College programs have certainly taken notice of his abilities, as Rice, Creighton, Denver, SMU, UT Arlington, Oklahoma State and Howard have all extended scholarship opportunities since June.
The talented junior’s offer list is likely to reach double digits in short order, as several more prominent schools are keeping tabs.
“Vanderbilt, Stanford, Princeton, Harvard, Western Kentucky, Marquette, Texas, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Florida State, Baylor and Virginia Tech are showing interest as well.”
Agarwal has no leaders at the moment and isn’t close to a decision, but two programs are making him a priority early on.
“I’d have to say Rice and Texas A&M are recruiting me the hardest right now.”
A commitment is a long way off, but forming a bond with respective coaches and development will be paramount in his selection when the time comes.
“A good relationship with the coaching staff is a big factor for me. Also skill development to hopefully prepare me for playing at the next level. Academics are big for my family and I as well.”
We absolutely love the long term upside for Ryan, as his frame can easily carry an additional 25 pounds of muscle mass while maintaining agility. He has a consistent shot with NBA range and the ability to hit jumpers off screens, DHOs and pull-ups. With continued development, he projects to be one of the best perimeter shotmakers in America.
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