Posted On: 10/6/20 12:05 PM

The freshmen class is always challenging and one that will mostly be a watch list as it has not many players getting varsity minutes, some played JV and a ton that we have not seen. Some stood out, however, and turned their heads in their first year in high school. Here we take a look at the Top-5 in the class, which seems to be loaded with potential.

Baye FallBayeFall6'11" | PFLutheran | 2023State#3NationCO – Lutheran

A bright future lies ahead for Fall as he is starting to get national attention after being named as the 6th best freshman in the nation, according to ESPN. He was named as a First-Team All-State member after leading Lutheran to a 21-4 record. The 6'11 phenom averaged 19.0 points and 10.5 rebounds per game. Big men are said to develop at a slower rate, not with Fall. He is an advanced defensive standout who protects the rim like no other player in the state. He is an elite rim protector that times shots, gets deflections, and alters shots without fouling and can get out on the break and go. What separated Fall from any other big man, maybe in the country,

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