Posted On: 02/6/21 8:04 PM

Breaking down the players who are set to make the biggest jumps in the next class of 2021 player rankings.

No. 37 Jonah RindfleischJonahRindfleisch6'6" | SFWisconsin Lutheran | 2021StateWI - Power Forward - Wisconsin Lutheran

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Think this kid could have a really bright future at the next level. Rindfleisch is oozing with potential. Looked at him as more of an athlete last year. He’s quickly developed his skillset and the 6-foot-8 senior  now has perimeter skills to compliment his game. A mismatch nightmare, Rindfleisch leads a very balanced and talented Wisconsin Lutheran team at 14 points per game this season.

No. 47 Mason DornMasonDorn6'1" | SGSeymour | 2021StateWI - Shooting Guard - Seymour

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Dorn is putting up ridiculous numbers this season. The senior guard is posting nearly 30 points per game while leading Seymour in rebounding (8.3 rpg) and assists (3.9 apg) as well. Due to the fact he doesn’t play AAU, Dorn has flown under the radar over his career. A quick trigger guard with range, positional size, and deceptive athleticism, Dorn has  10 30-point games this season, including  two 40-point outings and a 50-point effort.

No. 50 Jackson DudekJacksonDudek6'7" | PFKimberly | 2021StateWI - Power Forward - Kimberly

- Power Forward - Wisconsin Lutheran Previous: 59 Think this kid could have a really bright future at the next level. Rindfleisch is oozing with potential. Looked at him as more of an athlete last year. He’s quickly developed his skillset and the 6-foot-8 senior  now has perimeter skills to compliment his game. A mismatch nightmare, Rindfleisch leads a very balanced and talented Wisconsin Lutheran team at 14 points per game this season. No. 47 [player_tooltip player_id="935489" first="Mason" last="Dorn"] - Shooting Guard - Seymour Previous: 74 Dorn is putting up ridiculous numbers this season. The senior guard is posting nearly 30 points per game while leading Seymour in rebounding (8.3 rpg) and assists (3.9 apg) as well. Due to the fact he doesn’t play AAU, Dorn has flown under the radar over his career. A quick trigger guard with range, positional size, and deceptive athleticism, Dorn has  10 30-point games this season, including  two 40-point outings and a 50-point effort. No. 50 [player_tooltip player_id="1035872" first="Jackson" last="Dudek"] - Power Forward - Kimberly [caption id="attachment_1027087" align="alignright" width="300"] [player_tooltip player_id="1035872" first="Jackson" last="Dudek"] Previous: 66 Dudek is giving Kimberly around 12 points and five rebounds per game this season. Just appreciate the way the Northern Michigan commit has developed over the last year. He’s always been  a blue-collar, bring your lunchpail and hard hat to work type prospect, but Dudek has surprised this season in other ways beyond being a scrapper. The 6-foot-7 senior still brings all the intensity and energy around the rim, but he’s added some ability to handle the ball in the half court, score on the block, and finish in traffic. A big body that moves well, Dudek can get up and down in transition and make some highlights at the rim. No. 61 Angelo RizzoAngeloRizzo6'3" | SGJanesville Craig | 2021StateWI - Shooting Guard - Janesville Craig Previous: 69 Rizzo is a shot maker that has a knack for putting the ball in the hoop. Averaging over 20 points per game this season, Rizzo is a guy that makes defenders pay for failing to put a hand up. Rizzo is an isolation scorer with excellent positional size (6-5). Not sure he gets enough credit for his defense.  It shows up more in AAU when he doesn’t have to carry a team offensively, but Rizzo definitely takes pride on that end and doesn’t shy away from a challenge. No. 96 Cole KalanderColeKalander6'7" | PFHolmen | 2021StateWI - Forward - Holmen Previous:  116 Kalander is averaging around 13 points, seven rebounds, and two assists per game this season. In terms of upside, Kalander has some of the best in the state. He’s still got a long way to go in his development and is just scratching the surface, but you don’t see these types of athletes at the Division 3 level often. The 6-foot-7 forward is one of the better leapers in the state. If his skills catch up. UW-Oshkosh has a home run here. No. 98 Clayton JennyClaytonJenny6'1" | CGEdgerton | 2021StateWI - Shooting Guard - Edgerton Previous:  125 Putting together a huge senior season, Jenny is averaging 27 points, 10.5 rebounds, and over four assists per game for Edgerton. Haven’t been able to see him live yet this season, but Jenny shows noticeable improvement on film from last season. The UW-Platteville commit is a two-way player and has had some strong all-around games from the guard position. Always liked Jenny’s spot-up shooting ability, but he appears to be adding more to his game and has some really underrated passing ability when he gets into the paint and has to fit the basketball into a tight window. Definitely still moving up this list once we can get eyes on him again in person.  

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