Posted On: 04/8/21 12:43 PM

Height, length, and athletic ability are a huge part of basketball. That’s probably the easiest statement I can ever make. It’s always nice to be a 6-foot-5 guard or 6-foot-9 forward in high school.

However, that is not always the case. The following are some of the best prospects I saw that fits the criteria.

Jonathan Renois Jonathan Renois 6'0" | CG Somerset | 2021 State FL - Somerset Academy - Pines

2021 Jonathan Renois Jonathan Renois 6'0" | CG Somerset | 2021 State FL might be the best example of a prospect that gets the most out of his stature. The 5’11/6’ combo guard has great body control and can finish through contact at the rim. I saw him multiple times finish at the basket without giving the ball away in these moments. Moreover, his craftiness with either hand made him a bucket in layup situations. He averaged 17.8 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.2 assists on 46 percent shooting from the field. Furthermore, his ability to contribute on the glass is a result of his athleticism and motor. He recorded six games with six or more boards and had 74 total on the season.

Rick Daniels Rick Daniels 6'0" | PG North Miami | 2022 State FL - North Miami

I am a big fan of Daniels as a steady floor leader for the

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