The rankings have been released and are our most extensive to date. This is proven by our class of 2026, which features 60 players the most ever for a freshman class. Everyone is always on the lookout for a young…
The rankings have been released and are our most extensive to date. This is proven by our class of 2026, which features 60 players the most ever for a freshman class. Everyone is always on the lookout for a young shooter, here’s a look at our top 10 Shooters in the class.
1.– Stretch four is magnificent in pick-and-pop action, and catch and shoot situations. He shot almost 40% from behind the line while taking over 100 attempts.
2.– Lefty shoots it off the bounce and is most effective with mid-range jumpers. He shot over 36% from behind the line against 5A Varsity competition.
3.– 2A corner sniper with good range. Had one of the better overall statistical seasons for freshmen, shooting 45% from three, 75% from the FT line, and 50% from two.
4.– Watched a ton of film on Peterson and fell in love with the way he shot it off the move. He backed it up with his production, shooting over 45% from behind the arc while making almost 40 threes.
5.– One of the better fundamental shooters in the class, has good shot prep, and a consistent release. Starred on the JV team for the Trailblazers this season.
6.– Catch and shoot specialist has potential to be a future floor spacer for the Wildcats. Shot it well during JV action this season.
7.– Good pull-up game, which includes the ability to knock down threes from the top of the key.
8.– One of the best Mid Range shooters in the class. State champion guard that is deadly accurate when he gets to his spot.
9.– Lefty that will never be accused of shooting a line drive. Good positional size, for the catch-and-shoot wing sniper.
10.– Rangy wing with a signature skill. Oba shoots the ball accurately from 18 in both in catch and shoot and pull-up situations.