Posted On: 01/26/21 3:14 PM

How much movement will we see and and what positions, spots, locations will we see the most rises and falls? Those are always the biggest questions when it comes to rankings updates of any sort, and while we would like to tease our new 2021 rankings with some sort of crazy movers and shakers, the lack of basketball being played in Southern California during the COVID-19 pandemic makes it difficult to throw out some bold predictions. So what should you expect when the new rankings drop?

Long Beach Poly senior and UCLA-bound Peyton Watson Peyton Watson 6'7" | SF Long Beach Poly | 2021 State #11 Nation will remain at the very top

The 6-foot-8 guard/forward hasn’t played much circuit or camp basketball over the last 10 months, but based on what we’ve seen on his instagram and twitter accounts, Watson is still putting in plenty of time with skill work and conditioning in hopes that there is a high school season. Watson is undoubtedly the top prospect in the state in the 2021 class and I will go on record as saying I think he is the best long-term player in the western United States. Despite a lack of game visibility, there’s nothing anyone else has done since our last

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