Best Small Forwards Regardless of Class
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Take a look at some of the best SF in the state. Chris Nwuli UT #2 SF #1 HEIGHT 6'7" POS SF CLASS 2025 View Profile Chris Nwuli State: Utah School: Wasatch Academy Club: Vegas Elite EYBL Highlights Utah folks…
Take a look at some of the best SF in the state.
Utah folks need to get out and watch this kid play. He is a superior athlete that can do so much. He is an above the rim player in the post and he can make some elite move sout in the perimeter as he attacks the rim.
Jaxon is an impressive stretch 4 that can play the 3 but as a SF there are not many people that can really second guess or tear his game down as he has proved that he is a hard worker and will do whatever it takes to play at the highest level. He was recently ranked in the Top 150 in the country which brings the local Utah kids to 2 in the class. Jaxon is a cheat code and he is ogoing to be one of the best stat stuffing players regardless of position.
One of the more impressive players as he does some really impressive things out on the floor. His shooting is getting better and his ability to score will only improve. Keep an eye on him over at Utah Prep as it seems like they are building something special out in Murray, Utah.
One of the best shooting SF in the state for sure. Ike has range and he has a strong frame. He is bouncier than you might think and he rebounds well. He does play football which helps him in the physicality and out on the basketball floor he has some spots he can go to and be an automatic bucket
This is a youngster that has potential. He has been holding his own against some older players and is he keeps grinding and growing he is going to be a stock rising in that young 2027 class. He stands out right now because he is the only SF that is embracing his size at that positions.
Reece is going to have a big time glow up year. He has been putting in work and he might be in his best conditioned year yet. He is lean and he is running the floor. Reece is a good shooter and if you do not account for him running the floor and spacing out he will those deep three’s. He is a pick and pop threat and he has some moves down on the blocks. He is a high ceiling kid because he still has space to grow in his footwork and his overall skills but that size is something you can’t just find anywhere.
One of the best promising young players in the state. Although he can shoot and handle the ball, really love that he embraces playing the forward position and doesn’t get caught up in being a SG or CG. This kid just plays. He is sometimes in the perimeter working off the bounce, sometimes he is in the corner spacing the floor shooting it from deep and a lot of times he can go inside and do his thing with his back to the basket and on face-ups.
Grayson is an impressive athlete that is a player that gets everything out of every minute. His ability to defend at a high level at his size is impressive because at times he is undersized. He has a killer mid-range and he will hurt your from deep as well. You can run offense through him as you can use his vision, high IQ and passing ability.
Paul is a player that does his job and that is one of the most respectable qualities in a player that goes out on the floor and plays with a high motor and does what he does best. He works hard on the glass on both ends and you do not have to run plays for as he can be a 15+ PPG player just doing his thing.
Malcom is a solid next level prospect. He has perimeter skills but he does not have to just lean on them as he has back to the basket skills and he can play off the bounce. With the versatility in his game he can really move around and play different positions. He si strong enough to hold down bigs and he is quick enough to stay in front of guards. He still has room to work on his game and when he is on he is s tough cover.