Posted On: 11/13/19 2:53 PM
The class of 2021 has plenty of talent in it which should make for a very competitive season between the two strong upper classes. Below I will highlight a few players who had strong sophomore seasons for their teams and have gone under the radar thus far but should break onto the scene this year. Many of the players below played a significant role for their teams as underclassman and will have lead roles coming into their junior year. I look for several of these players to make their way into the rankings as well this year.
Griffin Lauritano - Evergreen
Griffin averaged: 13.8 PPG, 1.5 APG, 5.6 RPG, 1.5 SPG playing in twenty-four games last season for Evergreen, he also recorded four double-doubles. He is very effective from inside the arc, shooting it at fifty-eight percent on one-hundred and eighty two attempts. Griffin does a nice job of rewarding himself from the foul-line, shooting seventy-five percent on over one-hundred attempts. He led his team last season in rebounds and steals, and was third in assists. Griffin has good size, at 6'4, he is able to finish through contact and get his shot off against smaller defenders. He is