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Posted On: 04/27/20 12:58 PM

With spring basketball likely shelved completely and the status of summer hoops still up in the air, we wanted to break down SoCal’s classes by position to see how deep each of them are. Here’s a closer look at the top small forwards in the rising senior class.

Peyton Watson Peyton Watson 6'7" | SF Long Beach Poly | 2021 State #11 Nation , Long Beach Poly - Watson was the easy choice for the top prospect in the 2021 class and, if we were to rank prospects in Southern California regardless of class, Watson would be in the running for the top spot on that list, as well. The rangy 6-foot-7 wing took his game to another level this season while becoming the go-to guy for the Jackrabbits. Watson can score efficiently at all three levels of the floor, played the point-forward role many times during the season and has defensive potential that is off the charts.

Tyler Powell Tyler Powell 6'5" | SF Ribet Academy | 2021 State #130 Nation , Ribet Academy - Powell was one of the keys to Ribet’s run to the CIF Southern Section Division 2A title and not because he  was a high volume scorer, but rather due to how he impacts multiple aspects of the game. The 6-5 wing is a physical downhill driver and

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