Posted On: 11/19/20 4:45 PM

Being seen as a good defender can give fans a skewed opinion of players at times, with some believing that if a player is a lockdown defender then that player’s offensive game is limited, which is not always the case and this list will be evident of it. On the opposite side, being a lockdown defender means you can frustrate offensive players and make them do uncharacteristic type things. The players that are included on this list can not only go out and take an opposing player to his limits, but some of them are also tasked with running their team as well. 

5. Leon DouglasLeonDouglas6'2" | SGWalnut Ridge | 2021StateOH- Walnut Ridge: The quintessential three-and-D player, Douglass has blossomed into a wonderful defender now that he is in his senior season. Being at a school like Walnut Ridge which has always prided themselves on developing tough minded young players has only helped him become better at defending. “Scotty,” as he is called by some people, can sit in the chair and use his long arms to deflect passes and steal the ball away from other guards. Not the strongest player around but his strength is adequate enough that

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