2022 Coppell (TX) wing Ryan Agarwal can make a case as one of the best shooters in his class.
The 6-foot-6 wing has one of the quickest and accurate jump shots, and many programs have gotten involved because of it.
“Coaches definitely like my shooting,” Agarwal explained. “Using my length and being able to score on all three levels, the three, mid-range and at the basket is usually what they say is the best part of my game.”
Agarwal keeps his jump shot consistent because he works on it everyday. He’s at the stage in his development where he’s not looking to reform his jumpshot, but rather continously improve his muscle memory to become even better.
“I try to shoot everyday,” he said. “It’s not really more of changing my shot, more of a repetition of keeping it straight and not losing what I have but just getting better.”
So far, Agarwal has received interest from Stanford, Marquette, Virginia Tech, Baylor, Loyola-Chicago, Colorado, Denver, Creighton, Belmont and Princeton, among others.
He’s still chasing that first offer but he’s not letting that define his game either. His plan is to continue to work and build relationships until the opportunity comes around for him to play in front of college coaches again.
“I’m just continuing to keep in touch with coaches and building relationships with them,” Argwal explained. “Obviously a lot of kids are getting offers and for me, I just have to wait. I can’t rush anything or get mad. I just have to trust the process and understand that the offers will come if I keep working and never settle.”
Right now, it’s all about improving his game. He’s really make a strong push to improve his body and movement on the court.
“One of the main things for me right is strength. Just being able to put some weight on to use it to my advantage when I play,” he said. “Strength, my lateral ability and agility in general for my defensive purposes.”
“Ball handling is one of those things too that I need to get stronger at and I’ve been working on it a lot.”