Posted On: 05/18/20 4:30 PM

The 2021 class is a deep class with an aura of guards and forwards.

There were some players in the class that made a move up the rankings, and it’s not hard to see why they did.

Let’s discuss the obvious top three plus the stock risers in the updated 2021 rankings.

The top three of Moussa Cisse, Kennedy Chandler and Johnathan Lawson were unanimous picks. Cisse is a 6-foot-11 big man that’s unstoppable, and he showed that throughout the 2019 season on his way to leading Lausanne to the Division II A Boys State Tournament Championship. Cisse, who averaged 21 points, 13.3 rebounds and 8.1 blocks, is a solid rim protector. His shot blocking is off the charts. On the offensive end, he can stretch the floor with his ability to knock down outside jump shots.

Chandler’s court vision and ability to control the pace of the game was more than enough to land him at No. 2 plus a second straight season winning Mr. Basketball in Division II-AA. If Cisse wasn’t in the state, Chandler would have been No. 1. Lawson took a huge step in 2019, mainly playing point guard for Wooddale. At 6-8, Lawson was able

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