Posted On: 10/21/20 1:16 AM

The Class of 2021 rankings have been updated and since our last go-around a number of new names have popped onto the radar for this iteration. Here’s a closer look at the top newcomers to the list.

#31 - Cameron Andre-CovingtonCameronAndre-Covington6'9" | PFColumbia Christian | 2021StateOR (2021 Columbia Christian)

We kind of lost track of Andre-Covington when he left Oregon after his freshman campaign at Benson. But he returned to Columbia Christian this past season and then hooked on with International Elite for a couple of events. At 6-foot-9, long and athletic, he immediately attracts attention when he walks into the gym. While his production hasn’t quite matched the potential, it’s the latter that has Division I coaches calling to inquire and with that, he’s the highest ranked newcomer on the rankings.

#50 - Spencer LanierSpencerLanier6'5" | SFNewberg | 2021StateOR (2021 Newberg)

Lanier had a good junior season at Newberg, averaging 9.6 points and 6.0 rebounds while shooting almost 61 percent from the field, ranking among the state’s best in 6A in field goal percentage. That was good enough for All-Pacific League honors and while the 6-foot-5 forward excelled in the post for the Tigers, he got a chance to show his versatility with International

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