Posted On: 01/7/21 11:49 AM

One of the coolest things about the new Prep Hoops rankings is that it automatically ranks players by position, allowing you to see the rankings among PGs, CGs, SGs, SFs, PFs and Cs. However, new school guys like me who believe in relatively positionless basketball, as the game trends that way, believes that you can simplify the game to just three positions in guards, wings and bigs.

So, I took the time to breakdown the rankings into the three positions, and have ranked the top 25 in each position. Here’s a look at some of the top power forwards and centers, looking at numbers 25-16 in the new rankings.

25) Cade McCulloughCadeMcCullough6'7" | PFWest Point | 2022StateVA | 6’7” | West Point (#68)

McCullough is a guy who the more I see the more I like, and he could shoot up the rankings and get on more division one radars in the next few years. As part of a West Point team that is young and very talented, McCullough is a walking mismatch as he’s a big and mobile guy that can protect the paint and he’s skilled enough to step out and make shots and put it on the deck on the

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