Posted On: 10/21/20 5:46 PM

The game has changed a great deal recently. No longer do we focus on PG’s and Centers. In today’s game players need to have the skills to play every position. In this article, PH takes a look at the top 10 positionless players on the west coast. 

  1. Glenn Taylor 6’5 Compass Prep 2021 (#15PHA 2021) - Swiss army knife that is almost a better passer than a scorer. 
  2. Geronimo Rubio De La Rosa 6’2 Brookside Christian 2021 (#5PHNC 2021) - Stat sheet stuffer supreme. Scores like a wing, creates like a 1 and rebounds like a big. Threw up 22 - 7 - 3 - 3 last year for BC.
  3. Langston Reynolds 6’3 CG Colorado Prep (#1PHC 2022) - High motor guy capable of defending multiple positions, and scoring in iso’s or when moving without the ball. 
  4. Marcus GreenMarcusGreen6'4" | PFEtiwanda | 2021State 6’3 Etiwanda 2021 (#53PHSC 2021) - Freak athlete that can best be described as just a basketball player.
  5. Sterling KnoxSterlingKnox6'4" | SFDurango | 2023StateNV 6’5 Durango 2023 (#3PHN 2023) - Easily could play 2-5 for the Trailblazers this year. One of the top players in the state at rebounding, starting the break, and creating for teammates.  
  6. Malachi MurrellMalachiMurrell6'2" | SFShadow Hills | 2022State 6’2

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