Posted On: 09/22/20 12:15 PM

With the summer update complete for the 2021 rankings, we will take a dive into the Top 10 prospects in the class by position. Here's a look at the Top 10 Power Forward Prospects in the class.

Dontrez StylesDontrezStyles6'7" | PFKinston | 2021State#65NationNC | 6’7 | Kinston

Styles remains at the top of the 2021 rankings given his ability to play multiple positions on the floor. He can bring the ball up the floor and play the wing or be a bruiser on the block and score in the post. He’s got versatility and a growing game at the power forward spot with another year to go in high school. He’s headed to the ACC to play at North Carolina.

Dondre WatsonDondreWatson6'9" | PFBull City Prep | 2021StateNC | 6’9 | Bull City Prep

Watson was a name that grew a ton over the summer on the Big Shots stage. He showed he can protect the rim, rebound and finish with authority at a high level and as a result, found himself committed to East Carolina by summer’s end. He’s starting gain confidence shooting the ball from the perimeter as well. As he does that, look for his overall game to grow.

Dontrez StylesDontrezStyles6'7" | PFKinston | 2021State#65NationNC | 6’7 | Kinston Styles remains at the top of the 2021 rankings given his ability to play multiple positions on the floor. He can bring the ball up the floor and play the wing or be a bruiser on the block and score in the post. He’s got versatility and a growing game at the power forward spot with another year to go in high school. He’s headed to the ACC to play at North Carolina. Dondre WatsonDondreWatson6'9" | PFBull City Prep | 2021StateNC | 6’9 | Bull City Prep Watson was a name that grew a ton over the summer on the Big Shots stage. He showed he can protect the rim, rebound and finish with authority at a high level and as a result, found himself committed to East Carolina by summer’s end. He’s starting gain confidence shooting the ball from the perimeter as well. As he does that, look for his overall game to grow. Isaac FarahIsaacFarah6'9" | PFLiberty Heights | 2021StateNC | 6’9 | Liberty Heights Farah is a new face in the 2021 rankings that will debut with Liberty Heights. He had a productive summer on the AAU scene with Team EAT, showing off his ability to roam the paint and defend on one end and attack the rim and finish with authority on the other. He’s another big man with a versatile skill set in the Hoop State ranks. He holds offers already from IUPUI, Tusculum and Limestone College with his recruitment due to pick up. Omarion BodrickOmarionBodrick6'9" | PFCombine Academy | 2021StateNC | 6’9 | Combine Academy Bodrick had a rather quiet run on the grassroots scene this past spring/summer with Team Charlotte, but it was expected given the change of scenery. He’s adjusting to the Combine Academy ranks that stresses defense first and has shown flashes of his ability to protect the rim and battle in the paint. Look for him to grow a bit this season as a new face in their rotation. Jacori OwensJacoriOwens6'8" | PFCombine Academy | 2021StateNC | 6’9 | Combine Academy Owens shared time in the frontcourt with Mekhi Grant this past summer with Team Charlotte and was quite the reserve big man. He’s a solid option in the pick-and-roll game with his ability to take up space and attack the paint. Defensively, he rebounds in bunches and racks up blocked shots. He holds offers from  Leontae MoyeLeontaeMoye6'7" | PFFarmville Central | 2021StateNC | 6’7 | Farmville Central Moye is one of the more underrated prospects in the class at 2A powerhouse Farmville Central. His ability to set the tone on defense with his blocked shots and rebounds is something to marvel at. On offense, he’s a burden in the post but also has the ability to knock down outside shots. He’ll be a breakout name to keep eyes on for the Jaguars. Jordan WildyJordanWildy6'9" | PFWinston-Salem Christian | 2021StateNC | 6’9 | Winston-Salem Christian Wildy is another breakout name to watch at upstart national Winston-Salem Christian. He has the ability to play either forward position and can handle the basketball like a guard, which was on display this past summer with Garner Road 3SSB. He’ll be a name to keep eyes on under head coach Antonio Lowe given his ability to do multiple things on both ends. He already boasts an offer-list of UNC-Wilmington, Southern Miss, Mount St. Mary’s, Holy Cross, Elon, La Salle, Iona, UIC and Western Carolina. Zion ConnorZionConnor6'0" | CGPage | 2021StateNC | 6’8 | GRACE Christian Itejere is one of the more underrated prospects in the state, though he’s headed to Texas after his senior season. He’s learned to be more aggressive with the ball in his hands and has a relentless motor good for finishing with authority and rebounding the basketball. His development will be interesting to see given everything that’s happened with the pandemic. Elijah OrmistonElijahOrmiston6'7" | PFCannon School | 2021StateNC | 6'7 | Cannon School Ormiston is another unknown name in the Hoop State that played well in the paint for PSB Elite UA Rise this past summer. He had a number of Game MVP performances, including a 35-point performance, showing off his efficiency around the paint. It shouldn't be surprising that he has a knack for being productive given he plays at Cannon School. He's got a strong frame and good tools in the paint that will make him worth watching in 2020-21.

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