Louisiana 2019 Rankings: Bigs Breakdowns

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Posted On: 02/21/18 3:13 AM

Kamren Davis 6’7 F Southwood

Unfortunately for Davis and Southwood, he was ineligible to play high school ball this season, but he has shown enough to still be considered an elite prospect with a really high upside. He is a long and incredibly athletic 3/4 tweener that has the skills to match his impressive physical gifts. He is a capable shooter, but his most impressive skill is without a doubt his relentless motor.

Hunter Dean 6’8 F Lakeshore

Dean is a player that has burst onto the scene this season, despite limited team success. He is an incredibly versatile player that is equally adept in the post as he is out on the perimeter. He is a really good shooter, and is a good 3pt shooter even off the dribble. I expect so see a really big summer from Dean playing with NOLA23, and for him to pick up some mid major offers this summer.

De’Antray Hughes 6’5 F Edna Karr

When it comes to the game of basketball, Hughes is absolutely relentless. He plays with as high a motor as anyone in his class. He’s a long, rangy athlete that can be an absolute menace on the defensive end of the ball. As far as offense goes, it is still a work in progress, but I think that he is going to be able to transition to more of a 3/4 tweener than the 4/5 that he is currently.

Keith Lopez 6’7 C Westgate

Lopez has been a vital cog for a very impressive Westgate team that has wrapped up the top seed in 4A. He is the anchor for one of the best defenses in the state, and is a huge reason why Westgate can play their uptempo trapping defense, because if they get beat, Lopez is a more than capable rim protector. He is still pretty raw on the offensive end, but D2 and NAIA’s be on the lookout for him going forward.