Posted On: 05/21/20 3:30 PM

Over the last few months, the SoCal staff has updated its class rankings and provided tons of in-depth coverage on each of those lists. Now it’s time we combine all of the classes to come up with master list of the regions prospects regardless of class. In this piece we take a look at the best forward/center prospects the region has to offer from the classes of 2021, 2022 and 2023.

1. Kijani WrightKijaniWright6'8" | PFWindward | 2022State#5Nation, 2022, Windward: Wright is a bouncy, physical and active power forward who continued to improve as a rebounder and shot blocker during his sophomore season. Wright has a good set of hands that allow him to catch and finish in traffic and the strength to absorb and finish through contact in the paint.

2. Wilhelm BreidenbachWilhelmBreidenbach6'8" | PFMater Dei | 2021State#91Nation, 2021, Mater Dei: Breidenbach does a little bit of everything on the hardwood. The high motor four-man can stretch the floor to the three-point line, clean the defensive glass, lead the break and make a high IQ decision on the fly. The 6-foot-8 rising senior is also an ambidextrous finisher around the basket.

3. Jeremiah NyarkoJeremiahNyarko6'7" | PFSt. John Bosco | 2022State#72Nation, St. John Bosco: Nyarko is still fairly raw

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