Hear is our first segment of updated rankings. After jumping back into his original class #1 Wayne Selden has both potential and production. The 6’5 do it all guard has consistently produced at the highest level no matter the competition. With him now returning to his original class look for him to be highly considered for the McDonalds All American game.
#2 Kuran Iverson, was once ranked as high as #3 in the country as a freshmen, he has went back to the drawing board and has proven that he belongs back on top. In my opnion Iverson is a sure shoot pro, the things that are stoping him are in his control. Look for Iverson to have a big upcoming year.
#3 Goodluck Okonoboh is a power forward monster when it comes to weak side blocks, with a developing offensive game look for Okonoboh to be a name to remember during the summer circuit.
Making the jump to #9 is Lee Academy’s Mohamed Bah who is a man amongst boys. Rebounds at a high level and dunks the ball so hard each time he gets above the rim. All coaches should have a star next to his name. He will be great at the next level.
#11 Andrew Chrabascz To date Chrabascz has well over thirty one offers, we like to call him Georges Niang 2.0 as he has a knack for scoring the ball around the basket. Plays tough at all times and hates to lose, he is a steal for any level college.