Posted On: 03/23/21 9:16 PM

Although the Guards put on a show, the wings and forwards showcased their ability as well. Listed below are some of the better forwards that we saw during the All-Star Games Saturday. College programs that may be looking for a late pickup should take a look at some of these unsigned players

Mount Airy Forward Peyton Harmon brings legit size and an interior presence on both ends. He finished plays inside offensively and did a nice job rebounding the ball. A smaller school that doesn’t mind taking some time to develop should give him a look. 

Piedmont Classical Wing Caleb Farrish Caleb Farrish 6'7" | SF Piedmont Classical | 2021 State NC was one of the more versatile Forwards in the event, making plays from all over the floor and guarding multiple positions. He has a smooth shooting stroke, decent ballhandling skills and nice overall athletic ability.  

Salem Baptist Christian Forward Shad Thomas Shad Thomas 6'6" | SF Salem Baptist Christian | 2021 State NC showcased his ability to make plays above the rim and was solid overall defensively. JC programs should be giving him a call and four year programs should keep a close eye on him. 

Quality Education Forward Javon Floyd Javon Floyd 6'7" | PF Quality Education | 2021 State NC was the best big on the court , playing in the post but

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