Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.
Dallas, TX (Future150) -- With July and the live period about to be in full swing, Future150 has updated our 2013 rankings to reflect the play from May and June.
With our new rankings comes a new No. 1 in Julius Randle.
Randle has had solid performances in the EYBL so far this spring, and we feel he is the solid guy right now. Playing with the Texas Titans, Randle has led the league in rebounding and is top-five in scoring.
The newest addition to the top ten is one of the most talented (if not the best) point guards in the class, Anthony “Cat” Barber. Barber was arguably the best player overall from the NBPA Camp in June, and he has earned his spot among the top players in the class.
Another popular name to keep an eye on in July is Robert Hubbs. The guard finds himself at No. 16 in the newest rankings, and he has the potential to continue to creep toward the Top 10.
Jarell Martin, another prospect who performed very well at the NBPA Camp, makes a big jump to No. 20. Expectations of the Louisiana native could rise, too.
UCLA-commit Zach LaVine makes the jump to No. 47 overall and he could continue to go up. He is easily one of the better point guards out West.
#44 Kuran Iverson, #52 Derrick Walton, and #72 John Egbunu are also names that make big jumps following productive play. Iverson has re-entered the picture as one of the top wings in 2013, and Egbunu came out of nowhere to become one of the better stories of the NBA Camp.
Zena Edosomwan falls into place at No. 71; this youngster continues to impress with his play, and we cannot reiterate what a steal he is for Harvard.
Keep an eye out for these prospects, along with others throughout the July period.