Posted On: 01/24/20 8:33 AM

You hear a lot about the growth that is expected between years one and two. In our experience, though, a lot of players actually transform from their sophomore to junior year. 

The point on these 10 kids isn't that they've shot up the updated 2021 Rankings. It's the reason they moved up. And that reason for most is, they've almost completely transformed, whether it's physically or turning a weakness into a strength. 

[#29 → #13] Jalen Sullinger | 5-10 PG | Thomas Worthington

Sullinger is a sensational offensive talent. The ball is always on a string, he can shoot in motion or on the catch from deep, and his playmaking for others has taken a leap forward. Sneaky athlete. Quick hands. 

[#103 → #20] Jamarr Talbert | 6-2 PG | Richmond Heights

Talbert has gone from energizer off the bench to a lead guard that controls tempo. He still shows lock-down defensive prowess, too. Also, his body has transformed. A year of physical maturity has led to a rangy, broad 6-foot-2 body with

Ohio All Access Pass

Subscribe to Prep Hoops Ohio to get access to all premium articles and prospect rankings for as little as $2 per week!