After recently deciding to re-class into the 2024 class, Kaleel Stillman has been on tear this spring. Standing at an imposing 6’10” and playing as a power forward for SE Elite (FL), Stillman is proving weekend after weekend that he is determined to garner national attention in the 2024 class. His remarkable physicality and ability to play above the rim have really caught the eye of our staff this spring.
Perhaps the biggest moment of the spring for Stillman, came when SE Elite triumphed in the prestigious Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions, and it was Stillman’s MVP performance that led his team to victory. Facing opponents with similar considerable size, Stillman showcased his ability to still overpower and dominate the paint by carving out space and sealing defenders in the low-post area.
What sets Stillman apart is not only his physical presence but also his versatility. Despite his size, he exhibits exceptional agility and speed, running the floor with ease and covering ground on P&R situations. When attacking the basket, Stillman finishes with authority, leaving no doubt about his intentions. He has shown the ability to stretch the floor some if needed as well.
He currently holds a wide range of offers including Division 1 (App State) all the way to Junior College (Dodge City). When ask on his decision about where he will spend his re-class year, Stillman’, was still uncertain but mentioned a strong list of suitors including: Overtime Elite, DME, IMG, Combine Academy, Montverde Academy, and Word of God.
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