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2023 National Rankings Top 50
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (12:42 PM CT, Fri April 23, 2021)
2023 National Rankings Top 50
2023 National Rankings Top 50
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Birmingham, AL (Future150) -- Now that the global CoVid Pandemic has died down and things are getting back to some what back to normal. The AAU Season has started and we have a month of evaluations under our belts.  Lets check out the 2023 Class and the Top 50 Recruits in the country. 

Checking in at #1 in the country is PG Dejuan Wagner Jr.  The 6-foot-3 inch PG can do it all.  He scores with ease and is a good athlete.  His ability to get everyone involved as well score the rock makes him the clear choice for the top spot in the class.

At #2 we have PG Mickey Williams out of North Carolina.  Williams is a 6-foot-1 inch dynamic lead guard who can flat fill it up from any where on the floor.  He is electric in the open floor and loves attacking the rim as well creating easy baskets for his teammates.

The number three prospect in the country is PF Matt Bewley out of Florida.  He is 6-foot-9 inches and can play 3 positions on the floor.  He loves filling lanes and finishing at the rim.  The upside to his game is what makes him special.

Here is the rest of the Top 10 along with some new names that you might not be house hold names but will be in a very short time.  At #4 is SF Elijah Fisher out of Canada, #5 SF Javonte Taylor out of Chicago, #6 PF Kwame Evans out of Baltimore, MD, #7 is Simeon Wilcher out of Roselle, NJ, #8 is SF Mackenzie Mgbako ouf of Gladstone, NJ, #9 is Baye Fall our Iowa and rounding out the Top 10 at #10 is SG Chris Lockett from New Orleans, LA.

Here are a few names that you should know if you dont already and few names that you might not know that are making noise the firts month of the AAU after strong high school seasons.

Checking in at #26 is PG Isaiah West of Nashville and plays for the Georgia Stars. West is a elite scorer who knows how to run a team. He plays hard on both ends of the flooe and is a coaches dream. 

At #38 is the PG RJ Johnson who is 6'4" with a 6'6" wing span out of Alabama who plays for Team Grind 2023 and has made some noice after a strong performance in Atlanta at the Ryze Tip off and OTR Sweet 16.

The next prospect on the list checks in at #47 and that is SG Carson Muse out of Alabama and West Morgan high school.  After a huge high school season averaging 22.5 points and 11.3 rebounds per game, Muse has put on a show the first 3 AAU tournaments doing everything for Team Grind 2023 averaging 23 points and 12.5 rebounds a game.

And to round out the list is #41 SG Lamaryion Jordan and #48 SG Coen Carr who both play for the Georgia Stars in AAU.  This back court is one of the tops in the country and are battling their rivals #25 Kanaan Carlyle and #34 Isaiah Collier for the best in GA.

Full 2023 National Rankings Click Here

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