Posted On: 09/5/19 4:15 PM
The 2020 fall high school basketball rankings update is right around the corner and today we project the small forwards who are seniors in Minnesota.
At the bottom of this page you can see the Prep Hoops explanation of our rankings as of course prospect rankings are different than a straight player ranking of who is currently a more productive high school player. In addition to what's below there are two important points I think that need to be made with this week's position rankings:
ONE. Basketball has become multi-positional of course with players competing inside and out at a number of positions. That said, college coaches, high school coaches, and the spring/summer coaches still use the terms "Point", "the one", "at the two", "at the four", and "he's a the five" commonly. The difference today is that your position has become more about what you can guard defensively as compared to what a player can do offensively. If a prospect is playing shooting guard on offense at 5-foot-10 but then goes the other way and guards the point guard, college coaches at the higher levels are going to consider that player as the lead guard (and that ultimately can