The 2023 class saw a recent commit as Seton Hall Prep forward Darrius Phillips Darrius Phillips 6'7" | PF Seton Hall Prep | 2023 State NJ committed to West Chester. The available forward group can still make an impact at…
The 2023 class saw a recent commit as Seton Hall Prep forwardcommitted to West Chester. The available forward group can still make an impact at the next level, especially in the Non-Public division. Here are the 2023 top available Non-Public forwards.
, 6’7 SF St. Peter’s Prep
Tindall has stepped up as the leading scorer for the Marauders and is a reason they are 13-3 this season. The 6’7 forward has a good face-up game as he can put the ball on the floor and knock down open jumpers from behind the arc. Tindall has a nice touch around the basket and is unafraid of drawing contact around the basket. He fights for rebounds on both ends of the floor and has the potential to defend multiple positions. Tindall is a two-way forward prospect whose ability to score inside and out will help his stock in a big way.
, 6’7 SF St. Peter’s Prep
Kinzler has provided stability for the Marauders in the interior and has done a little bit of everything for them this season. The 6’7 forward moves well without the ball in his hands, freeing himself for open layups and jumpers in the half court. Kinzler knows how to finish around the basket and rises up nicely on his jumper. He is a solid rebounder and uses his length to get deflections on the defensive end. Kinzler has a pair of double-doubles this season and should have more as postseason play starts soon.
, 6’5 SF Immaculate Conception
Pullock has been a solid secondary scorer for the Lions as he has shown his ability to score the ball in a variety of ways. The 6’5 wing has a clean release on his jumper as he wastes little motion and can knock down triples in bunches. Pullock is more than just a shooter as he can also put the ball on the floor and finish around the basket. He is a strong rebounder and has the length to defend multiple positions. Pullock’s combination of skill, length and shooting makes him an intriguing prospect to watch in the 2023 class.
, 6’6 SF St. Thomas Aquinas
Guinyard’s collegiate future lies on the gridiron, but he makes an impact on the hardwood as well. The 6’6 dual-sport athlete uses his long arms to make it hard for opponents to get good shots off in the half court. Guinyard explodes off the floor for dunks and runs the floor hard. He skies for rebounds at both ends of the floor and is an underrated passer. Guinyard is a hard-working forward prospect who makes an impact off the bench for St. Thomas Aquinas.
, 6’5 SF St. Joseph (Mont.)
Noelizaire has had a solid senior season for the Green Knights as he provides them with a trusted scorer on the perimeter. The 6’5 wing has a nice handle, which he uses to get to the basket and finish. Noelizaire is unafraid of drawing contact in the paint and rises up nicely on his mid-range jumper. He is an underrated rebounder and works hard on the defensive end. Noelizaire is a tough forward prospect whose stock should rise in the postseason tournaments.
Other Prospects to Know:
, 6’6 PF Dwight-Englewood
, 6’5 SF Notre Dame
, 6’4 F Immaculata
Ifealuwa Okebiorun, 6’8 PF St. Augustine
, 6’5 PF St. Joseph Hammonton