Posted On: 06/22/19 3:15 PM

The class of 2020 rankings are in the process of being updated. Here are the 10 biggest risers in the senior class.


No. 24 Colin Schaefer  (Wisconsin Swing/Sun Prairie)

Previous:  37

Following an injury, Schaefer came back very strong in the spring.  A high-IQ floor general, Schaefer can run a team, but also possesses takeover ability as a scorer. Division 3 programs should be prioritizing the Sun Prairie guard, who has shown the ability to go off against some of the Midwest's top AAU programs over the last year.

No. 28 Malik Abdul-Wahid  (Ray Allen Select/Brookfield Central)

Previous:  55

Abdul-Wahid has gone from a role player for Brookfield Central to the fastest-rising prospects in the class. The 6-foot-5 combo forward has  been in the gym working and expanding his skillset. Abdul-Wahid has always been  a good-looking athlete that can play in transition, but now he's got the handles and outside shot to score in the halfcourt. He's still raw, but given his size and athleticism, Abdul-Wahid is trending towards the Division 2 level. 

No. 32 Jacob Newhouse (Wisconsin Crusaders/Kaukauna)

Previous:   47

Newhouse is an intriguing post prospect with plenty of ceiling left. The lengthy and bouncy 6-foot-6 forward runs

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