Posted On: 03/13/21 1:00 AM

The New Prep Hoops Player Rankings are out. It’s been a difficult season, one that included the cancelation of the high school season, tons of players coming and going, and an overall lack of playing opportunities. Despite that and thanks to yeomen efforts from coaches, I’ve been fortunate to see a ton of players and learn some new names. The class features a surprising number of talented forwards. In this article, we take a look at the top forwards in the class of 2023. 

Osiris Grady Osiris Grady 6'7" | PF Coronado | 2023 State #91 Nation NV 6’7 PF Coronado #2 - The top forward in his class, Grady has enough ball skills to now be called a skilled 4. He can put it down a little but is at his best using his athleticism in transition. He is also one of the top RIm Protectors in his class. 

Sterling Knox Sterling Knox 6'4" | SF Durango | 2023 State NV 6’5 SF Durango #3 - Knox is a versatile, positionless forward. He falls into the good at every, elite as some category. Knox is a big-time knock-down shooter and rebounder. The 6’5 forward can also snag the ball off the glass and start the break for his squad. 

Keanan Bey Keanan Bey 6'5" | SF Bishop Gorman | 2023 State NV 6’5 SF Bishop Gorman #7

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