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Future150 Class Rankings: Counts down the 2015 Players 31-40
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (6:19 AM CT, Sun May 20, 2012)
2015 PG Chris McNeal from Jackson, TN is one to watch.
2015 PG Chris McNeal from Jackson, TN is one to watch.
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Birmingham, AL (Future150) -- Future150 begins this stint of our 2015 rankings by looking at the the 31-40 players in the country. They start with a freak-athlete in Jamar Ergas. He is definitely a fan-favorite with his athleticism and the ability to throw down outrageous dunks. He is very explosive from the perimeter and can get to the basket. Don’t be surprised if you see this kid win a few dunk contests.  Number 32 is Douglas Moore. The forward is blessed with a long wingspan and has great athletic ability. At 6-foot-6, he still has some work to do with his offensive tools, but he is very explosive and rebounds very well. 

Isaiah Briscoe has been classified as one of the best players to ever come from New Jersey, and he is just now finishing his first year of high school. Briscoe has held multiple offers for quite some time, and his skill is nothing short of extraordinary. At 6-foot-2 star, Briscoe excels at passing the ball, making plays, dribbling, shooting and on top of that, he has a high basketball IQ.  One of the most impressive inside presences in this class has come from Marcel Pettway. Pettway refuses to be denied and has no fear in him, despite being a youngster. He is by-far one of the best low-post scorers in the Northeast. 

Satnam Singh Bhamara has already been featured in front of several big audiences, including Sports Illustrated and ESPN. His outrageous size is the cause for that. A native of India, many think he could be the next Yao Ming; however, Bhamara is very athletic for his size and at 7-feet tall, he towers over others his age. He checks in at No. 35.  A 5-foot-10 point guard, Richard Durant falls into line at No. 36. He is deceptively quick in transition. His ability to handle the ball makes him an asset on the offensive end because defenders have a tough time staying in front of him. Durant also causes others headaches because of his three-point shot. It will be exciting as his game develops.

Number 37 is Samir Sehic. Sehic is an exceptionally good rebounder in addition to his tough, physical presence inside. He does not have a problem taking on bigger defenders.  Next is Ty Hudson. Hudson is a high-energy game-changer that causes problems for other teams on both ends of the court. He plays defense exceptionally well and gets out in the passing lane to deny the ball. He gets several steals each game, whether he is playing players his age or older. 

Austin Grandstaff is an extremely versatile player and he comes in at No. 39. He has a nice mid-range to outside shot, but he can also come inside and play on the block. He is very fundamental, which is a big reason for his success. Grandstaff is filled with potential and has plenty of room to grow.

Concluding this set is an impressive prospect in Chris McNeal. McNeal has a great basketball IQ and is very unselfish. Many consider him a shooting guard because of his great shooting touch, but he holds many great point guard attributes, too. He is a very good driver and an even better passer. He has all the tools to be a great combo-guard.

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