Conference Preview

Posted On: 04/29/20 7:11 PM

In the introduction story to our updated class of 2022 rankings, we mentioned the balance we saw – from a positional standpoint – among the top prospects in this class. In this piece we take a closer look at that positional parity with the seven power forwards and centers in the Top 25.

No. 1 Kijani WrightKijaniWright6'8" | PFWindward | 2022State#5Nation, Windward - Game-in and game-out, Wright is one of the more productive and dominant bigs in the state on both ends of the floor, which gives him the nod as our top overall prospect in the class. The 6-foot-8 power forward has soft touch around the basket and showed improved touch on his face-up shot on the perimeter. What separates Wright from a lot of prospects is his motor never wavers as he impacts the game on the glass and defensive end as a rim protector. 

No. 4 Jeremiah NyarkoJeremiahNyarko6'7" | PFSt. John Bosco | 2022State#72Nation, St. John Bosco - Nyarko has immense upside due to his freakish athleticism, high motor and shot blocking ability  at 6-feet-8. Nyarko is quick off the floor when contesting shots and snatching rebounds, runs the floor with purpose, and has a soft set of hands that allow him to

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