Player Rankings Update: 2023 Stock Risers Pt. 1 No. 11 – 6-9 C Arrinten Page Arrinten Page 6'9" | C Wheeler | 2023 State #191 Nation GA – Wheeler (Up from No. 38) Page finished strong down the stretch during…
Player Rankings Update: 2023 Stock Risers Pt. 1
No. 11 – 6-9 C
(Up from No. 38)
Page finished strong down the stretch during the high school season and has parlayed his play into a big summer, earning offers from Alabama, Xavier, Cincinnati, Missouri, Florida, Indiana and more. Arrinten is every bit of 6-9. He has a tremendous frame coupled with a good motor and above average athleticism. Page runs the floor to catch lobs, rebounds and is one of Georgia’s very best rim protectors. Arrinten is adding range to his jump shot, able to hit the trail three and is growing in confidence with his back to the basket, using an indefensible hook shot. He has emerged as the state’s best big man.
No. 18 – 6-7 F
(Up from No. 52)
Lorick’s length, versatility and big game experience have led him to two state titles. He shut down Jabari Smith in one of the state’s biggest title game upsets in recent memory and then morphed into a do-everything threat on offense this past season. Lorick can space the floor with his outside shot and is a good slasher. His wingspan lets him play above the rim with ease and makes him an ace defender that can guard 1-5. When you talk about tools, Antoine has them. If he takes his game to even higher heights his senior season, he should be a popular prospect for Mid-Major programs and possibly higher.
No. 20 – 6-9 PF
(Up from No. 36)
Not many 6-9 forwards clear 6-10 on the high jump and hold a 3.9 GPA. is a terrific athlete, strong and lean. He’s quick off his feet for rebounds, consistently dominating the glass for putbacks. Faulkner is adept at catching lobs but he’s more than just a jumping jack. Dylan has shown over the course of his career to be a very good three-point shooter. His stretch capabilities give him a nice ceiling. North Florida was the first to offer with D-II schools jumping in recently.
No. 21 – 6-9 C
(Up from No. 39)
One of Georgia’s premier defensive anchors, protects the rim as well as anybody. He’s got great reach to challenge shots and provides multiple efforts on defense. Elliott moves his feet well on the perimeter. Offensively, he has quality post moves with his back to the basket and can shoot the turnaround jumper. He has received multiple D-I offers this offseason.
No. 24 – 5-11 PG
(Up from No. 33)
The lightning quick playmaker is an offensive engine. He creates for himself and others, using his blinding speed to get to his spots in the mid-range or pull-up from three. Bilal plays at a pace that can make opponents uncomfortable. He darts around the floor always looking for weak spots. He zips in accurate passes and is a solid defender with quick hands. Throughout the summer, Abdur-Rahman has proven to be an efficient scorer.