Posted On: 11/15/20 11:39 AM

The smallest list of players in the 2023 class ranking is the big men.

The number one player in the class would have been David Oyona, a 6-foot-10 project at Sunrise Christian Academy. The native of the Republic of Congo was coming along by leaps and bounds, and is already receiving a lot of D1 offers.

Oyona has decided to continue his development in Serbia. His absence left the center group small in number. But there’s quality in this quartet.

Here are the four centers in the first edition of the Kansas 2023 Player Rankings:

12 Jack Wilson Jack Wilson 6'6" | C Manhattan High | 2023 State KS , Manhattan:

Wilson has a truckload of tools to work with. He can score with either hand in the lane and has advanced footwork. He can face the basket and knock down jumpers all over the midrange. And he is comfortable, and effective, from beyond the arc. At 6-foot-5, he has the size to play in the post in the 6A class. And he has the speed and agility to be a weapon in the open court and on the break. The Indians will have a lot of seniors to replace this year, and Wilson may find a lot of playing

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