Posted On: 06/10/19 2:59 PM

A look at the players who made the biggest jumps in the latest class of 2021 rankings...

No. 13 Jayden Jackson (ABC Young Lions/Whitefish Bay)

Previously:  28

A smooth scorer that's still just coming into his own, Jackson has a lot of intriguing tools. The 6-foot-3 junior is a plus-length guard with unique shot-creating ability.  Jackson has the moves and touch of a prototypical scoring guard.  A kid that's starting to come into his own and believe in his ability, Jackson has gotten better and better since his sophomore season. 

No. 14 Cade Meyer (Wisconsin Playground Club/Monroe)

Previously:   33

After seeing what he did at Wisconsin's advanced camp on Saturday, I'm not sure I moved Meyer high enough.  Meyer showed flashes in the spring, but started to really put some things together in Madison. A 6-foot-7 power forward, Meyer has a slender, but strong build. He's a  state high jump champion who plays above the rim with ease. Now, he's starting to really shoot it well from mid and 3-point range.  Expect Meyer to start attracting Division 1 programs this summer.

No. 20 Drew Biber (Phenom University/Cedarburg)

Previously:   60

A kid we didn't know much about until we saw him

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