Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- The launching of Future150 national recruiting web site allows us to reveal the 2013 player rankings. As we continue the countdown, let’s take a look at 11-20. The competition at the top of the rankings is stiff. The next 10 players in the rankings are all looking up and chasing the top ten and looking for the same thing: to be the number one player in the country. This list of players is highlighted by another Memphis talent in Johnathan Williams, III, Allerik Freeman, and Aquille Carr.
The number 11 player on the list is Jonathan Williams, III who is a super long and lanky combo forward who can score both inside and out. He is most effective when getting out on the break and scoring in transition. His length plays to his advantage when guarding bigger players and blocking shots from the weak side. His versatility makes him almost impossible to stop on the offensive end of the floor. The number 12 player in the country is Andrew Harrison out of Fort Bend,TX. Harrison is a 6-foot-5 inch point guard who has a great body to go with great vision. He likes to use his strength when attacking the rim.
Talk about a big time scorer, the number 13 player is Allerik Freeman. The North Carolina product has made huge strides and the hard work last summer showed why he deserves to be in this position. Freeman can score in bunches and rebounds well from the wing position. After sitting out for almost five months due to injury, the number 14 player Stephen Domingo is looking to get back on track and compete at the highest level. Domingo is extremely versatile and can play multiple positions on the floor. The super long wing can knock down shots with regularity.
BeeJay Anya is one of the top big men in the country and comes in at number 15. He totally revamped his body since last summer and is playing at a high level. Anya knows how to use his body on both the defensive and offensive end of the floor, and he is an elite rebounder. Next on the list and at number 16 is the North Carolina commit, Nate Britt. This point guard can do it all and loves making plays and his teammates better. Britt has the canning ability to go get a bucket when his team needs to score.
Number 17 on the list is Isaac Hamilton. This 6-foot-4 shooting guard is an aggressive offensive player who likes to score in transition, as well in the half court. Number 18 is Florida-native combo guard, Solomon Poole who can do it all. His athleticism is what sets him apart when playing both guard positions. Poole has great court vision and the ability score at will, which makes him a rare prospect. An elite super-long power forward checks in at number 19, Malik Price-Martin. He can score at will with both hands around the rim and uses his length to affect a ton of shots.
Finally, at number 20 is the electric point guard Aquille Carr. This point guard is super fast and has elite ball handling skills. He can get anywhere on the floor at anytime. Carr displays elite court vision and a wide array of cross over moves that just does not make since to the average player guarding him. An improving jump shot will keep him high on the radar as he looks to climb the list.