Posted On: 12/16/19 10:37 PM
Prep Hoops Kansas released its most recently updated 2020 class rankings this week and the updated list features several players who have been mainstays in the rankings, as well as several players who have moved up the list.
Here, we take a look at the players ranked 11 through 15 in the Class of 2020 in Prep Hoops’ latest update.
|11||Jack Johnson||6'2||G||Andover||Kansas Players|
|12||Antwuan Massey||6'7||F||Olathe East||Kansas Players|
Prep Hoops Kansas released its most recently updated 2020 class rankings this week and the updated list features several players who have been mainstays in the rankings, as well as several players who have moved up the list. Here, we take a look at the players ranked 11 through 15 in the Class of 2020 in Prep Hoops’ latest update. No. Name HT POS School Summer Team Commitment 11 Jack Johnson 6'2 G Andover Kansas Players 12 Antwuan Massey 6'7 F Olathe East Kansas Players 13 Enrique Lankford 6'5 G Bishop Carroll NA 14 Javon Grant 6'0 G Pittsburg Team Carroll 15 Keeshawn Mason 6'5 F Aquinas KC Run GMC 11 Jack Johnson, 6’2, G, Andover A rising prospect who can light things up from a distance and never look back. Johnson has a strong build, good speed and a mind for offensive play. Why the ranking? Johnson’s range has alway been dangerous but has started shooting at a higher percentage. He is fresh off a productive summer where he made plays on both sides of the floor and could score in a blink of an eye. 12 Antwaun Massey, 6’8, F, Olathe East At 6’8, he brings activity and the ability to impact the game all over the floor. He gets on the glass at both ends, blocks shots and protects the rim and loves to get out in transition and finish. Why the ranking? A dangerous player with the ball in his hands who can get inside and score over the top. Massey continues to play aggressively and has the ability to dominate both sides of the floor. 13 Enrique Lankford, 6’5, G, Bishop Carroll An impressive athlete who attacks the rim and disrupt his opponent's flow of the game. He can shoot well from distance and has the bouncy game and terrific size for a scoring guard. Why the ranking? Lankford is constantly working on his game and is improving his ball handling and defensive presence inside and out. He has a high ceiling and a lot of potential given his skills, frame and athleticism. 14 Javon Grant, 5’11, PG, 2021, Pittsburg Grant is a talented two-way player who brings bounce, energy and all-around play to the court in a way that is all his own. He is an athletic guard with excellent vision and unselfish nature. Why the ranking? One of the more explosive guards in the area, Grant has improved his scoring ability and now showcases a refined collection of dribble-combinations that can catch opponents looking as he goes inside or stops and pops for a jumper. 15 Keeshawn Mason, 6’5, F, 2021, St. Thomas Aquinas Mason is a solid rebounder and transition player who has a lot of tools to work with. He has a strong physical frame, is a good athlete and is a willing defender in the paint. Why the ranking? Mason makes a lot of plays off the ball and can contribute on both sides of the floor. He can clean up plays around the basket and showed solid mobility and finishing ability in transition settings.