Evaluation Notes: Taeshon Cherry continued to improve his stock as a prospect on Wednesday at the Double Pump Best of Summer. He's got very good size, will likely be able to play both the three and four at the next level, is tough and plays hard, can really hit threes off the catch, grabs rebounds and starts the break and blocks shots. He impacts the game in a long list of ways and will be able to fit into multiple systems at the next level.
Top 35 2018 SF Taeshon Cherry hopes to take three visits in fall
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