Posted On: 07/8/20 7:00 PM

The Prep Hoops SoCal staff has spent the last few weeks digging through notes to find all the standout freshmen performers from the 2019-20 season. While it’s still too early to put together a fair numerical ranking for these young prospects, we did come up with an 85-player watchlist of guys to keep an eye on over the next three years.

Last month, we posted a four-part series of who could potentially crack the top 5-10 spots if we did decide to publish a true ranking, based on first-year performance and long-term potential. Below we take a look at more players to track over the next three seasons.

Denzel HinesDenzelHines6'6" | PFColony | 2023, Colony - Hines is just scratching the surface as far as his basketball skill-set. The 6-foot-7 forward/center played varsity minutes off the bench last season, but should see an increased role as a sophomore. Hines is mobile in transition, has good hands and vertical leaping ability, which leads us to believe he will be a high percentage paint finisher.

Keyon KensieKeyonKensie6'6" | SFLynwood | 2023, Lynwood - Kensie has all the size, length and athleticism of a potential Division I wing. The rising sophomore has smooth shooting ability from three

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