Posted On: 08/22/19 5:00 AM

Early indication is that power forward will become 2022's deepest position group. While several Division I prospect headline the bunch, several others have potential to reach those heights or eventually star at the D-II, D-III, and NAIA levels.


[no. 5] Kebba Njie | 6-7 PF | Centerville / C2K Elite

Njie has a range of strengths that are unteachable — height, wide frame, quickness, and motor. He can already defend four positions at the high school level, and even if that number chops in half in college it's still an asset. Plays hard. Njie goes after loose balls, sprints in transition, and actively pursues the rebound. Long arms. Defends in space. 

As a scorer, Njie is comfortable shooting contested baby hooks from several feet away from the rim. Shooting mechanics are very good and has proven that his range extends to the 3-point line. His comfort from inside and outside is impressive. Njie can also make tough passes and displays a feel. 

Kebba is the younger brother of Centerville 6-foot-9 senior