Victor Desmond

Posted On: 09/1/20 8:17 PM

Before the 2021 class plays their final high school season, PHW looks at which small forwards are available for college scouts.

Quentin BoltonQuentinBolton6'5" | SFShoreland Lutheran | 2021StateWI - Shoreland Lutheran:
Bolton assembled a strong interest list as a sophomore — surprisingly no offer has come his way. The bulky, strong guard is a score-first player, and he does it mostly behind the arc. He has great rhythm when shooting off the catch or in isolation, and although his arc is flatter, he demonstrates sound mechanics and fluidity.

Ronald “R.J” Kirk - Dominican:
The bouncy athlete improved his production and scoring skillset this summer. His high release jump shot is tough to defend, which helps him with contested looks in the midrange. As he’s gotten stronger and taller, he has used more of his length to finish around defenders and maneuver through the lane.

Jalen KeagoJalenKeago6'4" | SFOshkosh North | 2021StateWI - Oshkosh North:
The small forward emerged as one of the top players for Oshkosh North in his junior season. He has the physical tools to thrive at the position, but scouts should be excited at the raw skill he showed last year. Keago was more comfortable shooting pull-ups and threes.

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