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Future150 Rankings: Counting Down 2014's Players Rated 21-30
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (5:45 PM CT, Thu April 26, 2012)
2014 Jaquan Lyle uses his big body to his advantage.
2014 Jaquan Lyle uses his big body to his advantage.
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Birmingham, AL (Future150) -- Future150’s national rankings keep rolling and counting down the 2014 class.  In this group of players we are looking at 21-30.  There a few player in the group who have the capabilities to make a big push for a top 10 spot.  Reminding us of Channing Frye of the Phoenix Suns, PF Chris McCullough checks in the rankings at No. 21.  He runs the court extremely well and makes good decisions with the ball in his hands.  He knows how to finish on the break and likes to knock down the open 3-point shoot when it’s available.  McCullough has an excellent mid range shot to go along with good feel for the game.  Look for him to make a big push up the rankings as the summer takes shape.

Class Rank: #22
James Blackmon Jr.- Pos: SG | Ht: 6’2” | Wt: 170 | Pos. Rank: 8
(Indianapolis, IN) High School: Bishop Luers | AAU: Spiece Indy Heat

The Indiana commit, Blackmon Jr. is a pure shooter who can score in a variety of ways.  He loves attacking the rim and shooting the 3-point shot in transition.   He handles the well enough to be a secondary ball handler.  A developing mid range game will make him pretty much a nightmare for any defender.

Class Rank: #23
Jaquan Lyle- Pos: SF | Ht: 6’4” | Wt: 180 | Pos. Rank: 7
(Evansville, IN) High School: Bosse | AAU: Spiece Indy Heat

Lyle is a player that can score from anywhere on the court.  He is a great ball handler and has good court vision which makes his teammates happy.  His game is really smooth and methodical but yet aggressive when he wants to attack.
 

Class Rank: #24
Trey Thompson-Pos: PF| Ht: 6’8” | Wt: 215 | Pos. Rank: 7
(Forest City, AR) High School: Forest City | AAU: Arkansas Hawks

Thompson is a big man with a big body and knows how to use it to his advantage in the low post.  He has good instincts when blocking shots.  He is an excellent rebounder and passer from the power forward positions.

Class Rank: #25
Parker Jackson-Cartwright-Pos: PG | Ht: 5’10” | Wt: 145 | Pos. Rank: 6
(Los Angeles, CA) High School: Loyola | AAU: California Supreme

Jackson-Cartwright is point guard who can do it all and is a team player.  He knows when to score and when to pass.  He has a great first step which allows him to get separation for his mid range shot or in the open floor.  He has great defensive instincts as he averages 4 steals agame.

Class Rank: #26
Justise Winslow-Pos: SF | Ht : 6’5” | Wt: 200 | Pos. Rank: 8
(Houston, TX)  High School: St. Johns | AAU: Houston Defenders

Winslow is an explosive wing player who loves knocking down three point shots.  He is a good athlete who can finish at the rim with contact.  He has good court vision and rebound’s the ball well from the wing position.  Don’t get caught sleeping or you will get dunked on.

Class Rank: #27
Ian Theissen-Pos: C | Ht: 6’9” | Wt: 225 | Pos. Rank: 3
(Osseo, MN) High School: Osseo

Theissen is a true big man that rebounds well on both ends.  He has a variety of low post moves and is a pace eater on defense.He runs the floor well from the 5 position. He is drawing tons of interest from Big Ten schools.

Class Rank: #28
Khadeem Lattin: Pos: PF | Ht: 6’9” | Wt: 195 | Pos. Rank: 9
(Houston, TX) High School: Canarias | AAU: Houston Select

Lattin is a face up power forward who can knock down the 15-foot mid range jumper.  He has super long arms which makes him to be a great shot blocker when protecting the rim.  He runs the floor well and is a good rebounder.

Class Rank: #29
Dominic Magee- Pos: SG | Ht: 6’5” | Wt: 190 | Pos. Rank: 10
(New Orleans, LA) High School: Helen Cox | AAU: Ascension Jaguars

Magee is a talented wing who has long arms and big hands.  He is a Future150 camp alumni this past year where he was one of the top overall players in 2011.  He can score from anywhere on the floor and especially hard to defend in transition.  The sky is the limit for the talented wing.

Class Rank: #30
Shaqquan Aaron- Pos: SF | Ht: 6’5” | Wt: 175 | Pos. Rank: 9
(Woodland Hills, CA) High School:Taft  | AAU: SoCal All-Stars

Aaron is a long wiry player who shoots the ball well on the move and can knock down the trey ball.  He runs the floor well and can finish at the rim.  He rebounds the ball well from the wing position and is constantly working on his defensive game.

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