Posted On: 06/22/21 2:16 AM

Shooting guards and small forwards are the players who comprise the "wing" position in prep basketball. While they do handle the ball some, wings are normally associated with scoring, rebounding, and shooting. Within the top 50 players in the class of 2023, we have a myriad of players who compromise the traits of the "wing" position. We will take a look at the top wings in the class of 2023 and traits at what makes them preps that colleges should take a chance on.

1.  John Kelly John Kelly 6'7" | PF Crescent City | 2023 State #175 Nation LA (6’7" / SF / Crescent City / OVR #2)

The Crescent City forward may not be recognized on the national scene yet.  However, if he keeps winning championships, he will eventually garner some.  He can score inside and out while rebounding like he is a power forward.  Becoming a better ballhandler will make him impossible to guard.  

2.  Tyler Ringgold Tyler Ringgold 6'7" | SF Southern Lab | 2023 State #182 Nation LA (6’7" / SF / Southern Lab / OVR #4)

Ringgold is the only other nationally rated player by Prep Hoops.  With the overall game that he has, it is pretty easy to see why.  Ringgold can score consistently from the mid-range in and is a willing

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