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Posted On: 07/17/21 2:20 PM

Forwards are a sought after commodity, especially at the high school level. Their size adds a baseline and requisite versatility that may not have been present without such size. Here are some incoming sophomores and freshman who proved they're not just tall, but have more in their toolbox than expected.


Brady Greene - Rough Riders/Riverdale - 24’

Greene pushed the break every opportunity he got, all while being the tallest player on the team at 6’5. One word that embodies Greene is energy. He fights for rebounds even if it means leaping on second, third, and fourth chance opportunities. He stayed aggressive attacking the rim against a big Collective 15u squad featuring 6’5+ forwards like Cass Henry Cass Henry 6'5" | C Arapahoe | 2024 CO , Reid Finch Reid Finch 6'4" | PF Rock Canyon High School | 2024 CO , and Tommy Wight. I’ll say it again, Greene will do everything in his power to beat you on the break, where he scored 12 of his 19 total points. On the defensive end, be careful jumping with Greene, as he will hunt down your layup attempts with zero remorse. The swing skill for Greene, like so many bigs is getting his jumper to a knock down level

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