Posted On: 06/21/19 8:30 AM

With the new wave of position-less basketball becoming a trend in today's game, the role of the center has changed dramatically. For we are now in a 'stretch era' of knock down shooters who play the center position and are more versatile in scoring outside of the paint. There a good few players who have been rising their stock in the state. Here are some key forwards and centers that's been raising noise around the state. 

Jordan Meka - Power Forward - 6'9 200 lbs - Mount. Bethel (Marietta, GA) 

2020 F Jordan Meka of Mount Bethel. Photo by: Hoopseen

If you are looking for big time dunkers, who can put on a show for a crowd, then Jordan Meka is the forward you've been searching for. Standing tall at 6'9, Meka is a major player who has the ability to play either position with his size and technique. He is known around Georgia as a bully in the paint who can explode and play above the rim. Meka can also defend the rim as he led his Mount Bethel team in blocks averaging an eye-popping 5.2 swats per game. By the end of the Summer,

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