Posted On: 06/23/20 6:02 PM

The 2021 class is filled with big-time talent, headlined by Villanova commit Trey PattersonTreyPatterson6'7" | SFRutgers Prep | 2021StateNJJaylen BlakesJaylenBlakes6'1" | PGBlair Academy | 2021State#127NationNJ and Akoldah GakAkoldahGak6'11" | CBlair Academy | 2021StateNJ are big-time prospects who should have big seasons for Blair Academy. The 2021 class is filled with talented guards and wings, but it also has a good crop of power forwards. Here are the top power forwards in the 2021 class.

Ta’Quan WoodleyTa’QuanWoodley6'6" | PFCamden | 2021State#143NationNJ, 6’6  Camden

The Panthers were a dominant force all season long and Woodley was a big reason why. The Penn State commit is a rugged interior prospect who works hard on both ends of the floor. Woodley is one of the top rebounders and shot-blockers in the class due to his motor, athleticism and timing. He has a nice touch around the basket and can finish above the rim. Camden has to replace Kentucky commit Lance WareLanceWare6'9" | PFCamden | 2020#42NationNJ, but Woodley has the talent, athleticism and motor to have a huge 2020-21 season.

Samson JohnsonSamsonJohnson6'9" | PFPatrick School | 2021StateNJ, 6’9 Patrick School

The Celtics are consistently one of the top teams in New Jersey year in and year out, and 2020-21 should be no exception. UConn commit Adama SanogoAdamaSanogo6'9" | PFPatrick School | 2020NJ will need to be replaced down low,

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