2020 Post Stock Risers


Posted On: 06/28/18 3:00 PM

Which power forwards and centers helped themselves the most with their play this spring boosting their ranking in the 2020 class?


Seryee Lewis (Kenwood)

Previous Ranking: #17
Current Ranking: #9

The clear winner in the stock booster game from the post prospects was this Kenwood big man.  Lewis came into the spring with a completely different mindset for Young & Reckless.  The bouncy 6’7” four man played so much harder and tougher than we had ever seen before and it was consistent from event to event with big dunks and monster rebounding performances.



Sam Schultz (Oswego East)

Previous Ranking: #63
Current Ranking: #24

Schultz also made a considerable bump in his ranking.  That was due to his play early in the spring where we saw him display a skilled offensive game, excellent footwork, and solid athleticism on both ends of the floor.


Tremear Fraley (Bogan)

Previous Ranking: #54
Current Ranking: #32

Fraley is a 6’8” big man with legit size and strength on the interior.  Knows how to use his strength around the hoop playing physical and getting on the offensive glass for put backs.  Nimble footwork and moves well around the hoop, but best as a rebounder at this stage.




Romelle Howard (Lincoln Park)

Previous Ranking: #54
Current Ranking: #33

Howard stands at 6’8” with strength and length on the interior.  This Lincoln Park 2020 is a great area rebounder that snatches them in traffic with his strong hands.  Efficient finishing around the hoop.  Gets on the offensive glass for put backs.  Tough and physical post with some upside.




Ryan Isaacson (Hinsdale Central)

Previous Ranking: NR
Current Ranking: #69

This 6’7” four man has legit size and showed that he could stretch the floor some by hitting a corner three.  Struggled finishing around the hoop with his lack of strength.  Like his potential once he fills out with his mobility and skill level.


Keydrian Jones (Collinsville)

Previous Ranking: #102
Current Ranking: #76

Jones is a wide bodied post that has nimble footwork down low and is very mobile for his size.  He gets deep post position and carves out space on the interior.  Soft touch around the hoop.  Shaky free throw shooter.  Intriguing as a wide bodied center with some skill down low.