Posted On: 09/25/20 7:22 PM

Here we’re taking a look at some 2021 forwards who may well be known commodities on the scene to a degree, but after supporting roles or under-the-radar seasons a year ago will be moving up to feature roles for their teams this winter (in no particular order).

Omarion SmithOmarionSmith6'5" | PFDouglas County | 2021StateGA, 6-5, PF, Douglas County

This is clearly Smith’s frontcourt in 20-21 with the departure of Jaylen JacksonJaylenJackson6'6" | SFGreenforest | 2021StateGA to Greenforest, as explosive a leaper and finisher as there is in the ATL-metro, Smith is well known but has perhaps not yet really been able to put his true scoring prowess on display, already an elite defender and rebounder, a big season finding the twine more will surely up the ante on his looks from next-level programs, the athletic gifts are enough to win coaches over but this winter could really highlight the full package on Smith.

Navaughn MaiseNavaughnMaise6'6" | PFDiscovery | 2021StateGA, 6-6, PF, Discovery (pictured above last yr w/Peachtree Ridge)

Moving over to the Titans from Peachtree Ridge to play alongside good friend and Double Trouble teammate Jameel RideoutJameelRideout6'2" | PGDiscovery | 2022StateGA was both an intriguing and potentially fruitful decision for Maise after a really good

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