Top 2020 Wings


Posted On: 07/28/18 6:20 PM

The state of Michigan is loaded with talent, but a lot of that talent is on the wing. Here are five of the top wings in the state for the class of 2020.

Carlos Johnson (Benton Harbor)

Johnson is everything you want in a basketball player. He hustles, plays defense and keeps everyone involved. I want to call him a slasher, but he’s so much more than that. He’s great at attacking the basket, but he can also step out and knock down outside shots consistently. He is without question a top level D-1 player.

Maliq Carr (Oak Park)

Carr is one of my favorite players in this class. He is an athletic freak that excels on the hardwood and on the gridiron. He’s received multiple D-1 offers in football and should get more in basketball over the next couple of years. He’s great at attacking the basket and a solid scorer from the outside. He’s great at using his big frame to bully smaller players.

William Dunn (Quincy)

Dunn is one of the better cutters in this class and he has an extremely high basketball IQ. He is great at finding the open spot on the court, making a move and finishing around the basket. He’s got pretty good handles for a bigger player, which allows him to get out in transition and make plays for his teammates. Dunn is Prep Hoops’ No. 9 prospect in Michigan for the 2020 class.

Daijon Humphrey (Southfield Christian)

Humphrey didn’t get a ton of exposure last year, thanks to Harlond Beverly and Bryce Washington, but this kid can play. He scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds in the state championship last season. He’s an extremely good defender and should have a monster junior season, where he collects a bunch of offers.

Kevin-David Rice (Grand Blanc)

Rice is a very good shooter with a silky smooth jumper. He’s an elite scorer that is dangerous from all three levels. I’m most impressed with his ability to attack the rim and finish over taller defenders. He’s not afraid of going inside and he’s a pretty good rebounder from the guard position. I expect him to pick up more Division I offers down the road.