Monday, June 27, 2016
Wes Peterson Jr. Prepares for Life Under the National Microscope – DMV Preps Says He’s Ready
Information nationwide is flooding in with respect to the 2016 group of reclassified players in multiple grades. The extra year has benefited players across the country creating opportunities at the High School level, impacted the national rankings significantly all the way to through high school, and allowed certain players to share in experiences that many otherwise would not have had an chance to participate in.
Wes Peterson Jr. fits this mold announcing his reclassification to the class of the 2021; the 6’2 Guard who will be attending Immanuel Christian had a breakout season in the UA Proving Ground league where he averaged 18ppg. Along with his physical maturation Peterson’s confidence has grown which means trouble for his new classmates moving forward.
His inclusion in the class of 2021 will also impact the national landscape placing him not only in the conversation as one of the top players in the country but has paid immediate dividends with Peterson's name being added the upcoming 2016 Middle School All-American Game roster; the event is to be held in Washington, DC at St. John College High School on August 26th. High School Coaches can place Peterson’s name at the top of their boards for next year’s 8th graders and the country can begin to expect more of the footage we have obtained below as he ascends the national rankings.