Posted On: 02/20/20 12:39 PM

We are working hard on our updated player rankings and as we've often said about the Class of 2021, it's deep. We’ve had the opportunity to watch many of the state’s top juniors in action this season and for the most part, everyone has performed at a high level as expected. As we work on the full rankings, we do feel we have settled upon an updated top 10. Here’s a quick look at the top juniors.

1. Nathan Bittle, Crater

Bittle remains the state's top junior - and for good reason. The 6-foot-11 big man has been as dominant as advertised, averaging over 26 points, 10 rebounds, and 4 blocks per game. He's saved some of his biggest games against the top competition with 41 points against Clackamas, 31/16 against Churchill, and 28 points against nationally ranked Bishop Gorman of Las Vegas. Bittle has been more active in attacking the glass and dominating inside while still maintaining his ability to knock down threes. His national ranking continues to rise into the Top 15 and he continues to be recruited as a high level, taking official visits to Arizona, Gonzaga, and UCLA this school year.