Posted On: 07/21/20 9:02 AM

With the grassroots season starting back up in parts of the country, prospects in the 2021 class are getting some much-needed exposure in front of scouts for what will be the last time of their high school careers. Below I’ll break down some of the areas best bigs and what they bring to the table.

Michael ReedMichaelReed6'8" | PFMuskegon | 2021StateMI | 6’8" PF | Muskegon

Michael is a lanky big who puts his athleticism on display on both ends of the court for Muskegon. On offense, Michael rebounds the ball effectively, even if he isn't in great position to get the board. His ability to pinpoint the ball at it's highest point allows him many of these opportunities. Michael can also knock down the occasional perimeter jumper. His ability to do this at a consistent clip makes him a threat, stretching the defense as a result. On the defensive end, Michael uses his length to block and alter shots with relative ease. His awareness on defense is also a strength, showing he can react and alter shots quickly. 

Landon RegnarusLandonRegnarus6'5" | PFGrandville | 2021StateMI | 6’5" PF | Grandville

Landon is

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