Posted On: 12/27/19 4:40 PM

The basketball season is starting to get into full swing as teams across the state are playing in holiday tournaments. The new season can be hard for some freshmen, while others are relishing their debut into high school basketball. The Class of 2023 may be filled with high-level point guards, but it also contains a lot of good wing players. Here are the top wing players in the 2023 class.

Mackenzie Mgbako, 6'7 SF Gill St. Bernard's

It's hard to imagine that a 6'7 freshman plays on the perimeter, but that is Mgbako's game. He is a high-level shooter who has a quick release for a player of his size. Mgbako can also create his own shot off the bounce and bring the ball up the court to run the offense. He is not a high-level athlete like some of his peers, but he makes up for it with positional awareness and a feel for the game. Mgbako just recently got offered by Rutgers and should see a slew of offers before the end of his freshman season.

Akil Watson, 6'7 SF Don Bosco Prep

Watson does not strictly play on the perimeter as Don Bosco Prep uses him inside

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