Jalen Bridges' Stock Is On The Rise After Adidas Gauntlet

He’s been a breakout prospect this spring and has continued his terrific play going into the summer. Jalen Bridges' ('20) stock is on the rise after making the decision to reclassify after originally being a member of the 2019 class.

“I just feel like I wouldn’t be able to handle college next year mentally or physically so I think living on my own will be good for me," Bridges said, regarding his decision to reclassify. "Also I want to go somewhere and play immediately and not have to redshirt."

He played great at the Adidas Gauntlet this past week and played in front of many coaches, which helped him garner some new interest.

“Texas A&M and Oklahoma are the new ones on me.”'

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Jake Weingarten is a college basketball and recruiting inside, as well as the owner of Stockrisers.com. Follow him on Twitter @jakeweingarten.

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