Posted On: 03/26/19 1:38 PM

With the latest edition of Junior Class rankings, we have had some movement up and down the class and added over 20 players to the rankings, bringing the total to 100 total. The small forward/wing group is one of the best position groups in the class, possibly the top overall. Here's a look at the top wings and small forwards in the Junior rankings.

  • Jackson Sivills, McCracken County - Jackson has been ranked at the top of the class for over a year and is potentially going to pick up high major offers this summer. He only slipped in the overall rankings thanks to the return of Justin Powell. In his first year as the main scoring option at McCracken, Sivills thrived. He averaged 20 points and 8 rebounds per game while shooting 50% from the field and just shy of 40% from behind the three point line. Jackson is blessed with a high basketball IQ and his ceiling is only limited by how good of a lateral defender he will be. If he shows he can guard elite wings, he'll prove he is one too.
  • Kenny White, Madisonville-North Hopkins - Speaking of possibly elite wings, White has all the pieces

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