Transition Hoops Report may make an evaluation but may not include a star rating. It simply means we may need to see the player play again. Many younger players (9th, 10th, or 11th graders) won’t have a star rating because it is hard to tell what level a player is at until their body is fully matured.
Players receiving a 5 star rating are mid to high major NCAA Division 1 prospects.
Players receiving a 4 star rating are low major Division 1 prospects or top tier NCAA Division 2 and NAIA prospects worthy of substantial athletic scholarship money.
Players receiving a 3 star rating are partial scholarship NCAA D2 and NAIA prospects or top tier small school (NWAACC, NJCAA D2, etc) prospects.
Players receiving a 2 star rating are partial scholarship small college prospects.
In all cases, there will generally be a further explanation in the “Notes” section of a player’s profile. The star rating can and will change as player's body and skill set develops.
Transition Hoops Report's star ratings are a projection of what college level we believe a player can play at the time of our evaluation. Our star rating can change as we gather more information (see more games, notice an increase or decrease in recruitment, injuries, etc.). The star rating is a great way for colleges and players to quickly find players at different college levels. All players with star ratings will have evaluations.
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