Posted On: 04/12/19 10:52 AM

The future is now for the Class of 2020, no longer considered young or up-and-coming prospects, these soon-to-be rising seniors are heading into their final season of grassroots basketball, and a critical one it will be. Expect some big changes to these rankings come July, after a spring and summer of playing with club teams around the country. This installment of rankings, however, isn't too different from the January edition. As always, there were some adjustments made, though, below are eight of the biggest risers since the winter rankings. 



Ty Anderson (North Scott) -- 4 to 3

Anderson game has come a long way over the last two years, and it was apparent at the state tourney last month that he's become a refined and true combo-forward. He's grown to to the 6'7/6'8 range, with added length, and was showcasing a smooth jumper -- both from mid-range and deep -- while at Wells Fargo Arena. Northern Iowa offered last summer and he quickly committed. 


Nick Reid (Central City) -- 20 to 14

This 6'6 wing continues to make a

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