Senior Positional Rankings: SF’s
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The new 2024 rankings are out. We dive into the positional rankings. We move over to the small forwards for the senior class. Here are the top-8 SF’s in the 2024 class: (An incredible group with SIZE). Amier Ali Amier…
The new 2024 rankings are out.
We dive into the positional rankings. We move over to the small forwards for the senior class.
Here are the top-8 SF’s in the 2024 class: (An incredible group with SIZE).
Canyon International Academy (Pictured)
A tall wing forward can handle it, make plays and score from all three levels. He shoots it easily from the three point line and can play the role of point forward. He sees the court well and knows how to change speeds.
A well built wing has broad shoulders, a sturdy frame and defensive instincts. He flies on the break and plays above the rim and sits down and defends arguably better than anyone in the group. His mid-range game is very polished.
AZ Compass Prep
A glue guy for the loaded Dragons team checks many boxes. He defends multiple positions and uses his length and athleticism to stay in front of his opponents. He rebounds, blocks shots and collects steals. He will hit open threes and can get to the basket.
Canyon International Academy
A hyper athletic forward is a next level athlete with speed and grace. He dunks the ball seemingly from everywhere in the half court set and is a star in transition. He takes very few strides to get to the rim to finish. He rebounds and he is a rare top of the box shot blocker.
One of the top defensive forwards in the entire AIA regardless of class. He does a little bit of everything for the Vikings. He can shoot it from the perimeter and rips thru to score in heavy traffic. He will score on put backs, dunks and defend literally every position on the floor.
Dream City Christian
A bigger shooting wing plays the game like a bigger guard. He launches triples from deep and has good ball rotation and a quick trigger. He uses his length in the passing lanes and rebounds the ball well.
Bella Vista Prep
A tough and physical downhill scorer. He has a strong upper body to carve his way into the paint to the rim. He has a good layup package to score thru contact. He moves the ball well, rebounds and is a tough on-ball defender. His open court speed is obvious.
A long two-way wing forward defends from inside and out. He can make the open three off the catch and cleans the glass well for position. He has good body control inside and unselfishly makes plays for his teammates.