Posted On: 12/16/20 5:00 AM

Prep Hoops Virginia recently updated its class of 2021 rankings, and now it’s time to take a closer look. Here are 6 effective floor spacers who remain unsigned.

Bryson SpellBrysonSpell6'7" | PFCape Henry | 2021StateVA | Cape Henry

One of the things Bryson SpellBrysonSpell6'7" | PFCape Henry | 2021StateVA does better than most of his peers is set screens. He sets them organically within the flow of the offense. As a potent pick-and-pop threat with good positional size, this trait only helps Spell within his role as a stretch forward.

Anouar MelloukAnouarMellouk6'7" | SFFork Union | 2021StateVA | Fork Union

Mellouk displays tremendous confidence in his jump shot and can convert in bunches. He is dangerous as a trail big in transition because of his size and quick-trigger. 

Elijah KennedyElijahKennedy6'3" | SGGreen Run | 2021StateVA | Green Run

Kennedy is a dependable perimeter shooter who can be effective as a catch and shoot guy but also has some ability off the bounce. The smooth lefty remains one of the best-kept secrets in the state.

Caleb FurrCalebFurr6'6" | PFHighland School | 2021StateVA | Highland

Furr stood out throughout the summer as a result of his quick release. He established a reputation as a premier floor-spacer within the local 2021 class. 

Spencer LeggSpencerLegg6'7" | PFWoodberry Forest | 2021StateVA |

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