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4-star PF Latrell Allmond updates his recruitment

On3 imageby:Jamie Shaw06/09/24


Latrell Allmond is the No. 51 overall player currently in the 2026 On3 Industry Ranking. The 6-foot-8 forward from Richmond (VA) John Marshall High. Playing up in the 17u division on the Adidas 3SSB Circuit with the Team Loaded program Allmond is averaging 8.0 points, 6.7 rebounds, and 2.9 blocks this summer.

“I bring versatility to my team,” Allmond told On3. “We run a lot of five-out, so I can put the ball on the floor, push the break, or score on the block. I’ve gotten a lot stronger and quicker this season. I had a real transformation this season, I compete.

Allmond is also shooting 48.1 percent from the field and 45.5 percent from three for Team Loaded. He recently was invited to and played with the US Select team in the Adidas Eurocamp.

“I watch a lot of Kawhi Leonard and Zion Williamson. Guys who are bigger forwards, but skilled. I also watch a lot of Ryan Dunn on defense and how he makes winning plays for his team.”

On3 was able to catch up with Latrell Allmond recently to talk about this recruitment.

Allmond talks recruitment

“I currently have offers from Georgia, Ole Miss, Virginia, NC State, Florida State, Mississippi State, Texas A&M, and Tennessee,” Allmond said. “I’ve been on campus at Virginia and NC State for unofficials so far.”

VIRGINIA: “I learned about how they believe in humility. They’re all about buying into each other and the team and believing in the coaches. I took a lot from how they all stay connected, they don’t downplay each other and they’re always together.”

NC STATE: “Those guys always move as one. Anytime you see one player, you see a few of them. They made a run this year, and Dennis Parker goes there, who went to John Marshall. They got like a true brotherhood there, for real.”

In Latrell Allmond’s words

“I want to go to a school that allows me to be me,” Allmond said. “Of course, I want to play early, but I am going to buy into what the coach’s game plan is for me. That is going to be something we look at as we go through the process, their plan for me. But once I get to school, I’m going to trust the process.

“I’m big on defense, that is probably something people don’t know about my game, but I love playing in transition and being able to get stops.”