future150 facebook future150 twitter
Get Exposure  /  F150 Report  GET SOCIAL:
Arizona Star Marvin Bagley III Tops 2018 Rankings nationally-ranked player mentioned
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (3:27 PM CT, Sun May 19, 2013)
2018 National Rankings has officially dropped.
2018 National Rankings has officially dropped.
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Nashville, TN (Future150) -- Marvin Bagley III, a young star out of Phoenix, Arizona, has proved early on that he is the best young prospect in the country in the 2018 class.

The 6'7" lefty is a forward who reminds many of Phoenix Suns forward Michael Beasley, a former prep and college star with a  versatile skill set and smoothness on the floor. He can hurt you in a variety of ways, and has dominated players his age for several years now.

Next in line at #2 in the rankings is Ladarius Marshall, hailing from the hoops hotbed of Jackson, Mississippi. The 6'4" shooting guard possesses breathtaking athleticism for a prospect so young, and he has all the tools to be a special prospect.

Florida prospect E.J. Montgomery slides in at #3 in the rankings, and rightfully so. The 6'7" lefty is a talented swingman who can do a little bit of everything on the floor. His calling card is his versatility.

#4 in the updated rankings is Gavin Schoenwald, hailing from suburban Nashville, Tennessee. The 6'4" forward is a crafty scorer and plays stingy on-ball defense. A very scrappy player who rebounds well also.

Rounding out the top 5 is D'Marco Baucum, a powerful post player out of Washington D.C. The 6'5" bruiser is a face-up power forward who is also capable of putting the ball on the floor. 

There were several prospects who rose in the latest rankings, including St. Louis product Courtney Ramey (#15), Ethan Henderson (#18), Diante Wood (#41), and D.J. Sims (#47).

For the complete list of our top 50 rankings, Click Here.

future150 basketball event

Comments:

user is not a member
Santiago Puerto / Guest

im a 6’1 forward who plays aau will i be able to get exposure at the aau nationals?

Posted: on 10:11 PM CST, Sun May 19, 2013
user is not a member
Derenzo Williams / Guest

Best 7th grader in state 6,0 in unstopable and i play for otbs

Posted: on 6:13 AM CST, Wed May 29, 2013

Add a comment...


Advertisement:
Tweets