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Highlighting the 2020 Class Rankings (1-50)
by James Fletcher, Future150 (11:16 AM CT, Fri July 5, 2019)
Cade Cunningham, SF - Arlington, TX
Cade Cunningham, SF - Arlington, TX
James Fletcher:

National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball nationally.

Memphis, TN (Future150) -- A new number one and fresh faces in the top 10 headline the updated 2020 class rankings.

#1 Cade Cunningham, SF – Arlington, TX

Cunningham has taken over the top spot in our 2020 class rankings after showcasing his skills with Team USA’s U19 team. Cunningham is a Future150 alum and former Elite 24 camp participant. His brother Cannen was hired at Oklahoma State as an assistant coach, making them instant favorites to sign the top player in the class.

#2 Evan Mobley, PF – Temecula, CA

Mobley is the brother of highly touted 2019 center Isaiah Mobley. The two have made a dynamic front court duo for years, but Evan has shown a special skillset and ability to change the game. He is expected to join his brother at USC, but other top schools will continue to look to recruit him away from southern California.

#6 Ziaire Williams, SF – Sherman Oaks, CA

Williams is among the biggest risers in our updated rankings as he joins Team USA’s U19 team. Williams is a dynamic forward who uses his length and shooting to impact the game. He will likely land in a blue blood program before moving to the NBA.

#13 Daishen Nix, PG – Las Vegas, NV

Daishen Nix is an Alaska native who has moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to increase exposure. The move has proved to be successful as Nix has asserted himself as one of the top point guards in the 2020 class. Nix has great ball handling and can score at an elite level; he will have his choice of top tier schools over the next year.

#17 Makur Maker, C – Canoga Park, CA

Makur Maker is the brother of Thon Maker and Matur Maker. He will be the first Maker to compete at the college level, where his size and skill will provide him a distinct advantage over the competition.

#30 Reece Beekman, PG – Baton Rouge, LA

Beekman is a spectacular guard, who has flown under the radar until now. Future150 has moved Beekman into the top 30 with the belief that he can change the game with his playmaking at the offense end and his aggressive defense.

#36 Mark Williams, C – Norfolk, VA

Williams is one of the best centers available in the 2020 class. He has all the intangibles to become a low post scorer and is already an elite rebounder. Many high-major programs have shown interest in Williams as he continues to grow and add strength to his game.

#42 Matthew Murrell, SG – Cordova, TN

Murrell has become an interesting target for many of college basketball’s top programs. After the University of Memphis showed interest in the local product, Vanderbilt hired his high school coach onto the new staff led by Jerry Stackhouse. Murrell’s recruitment could become one of the most interesting stories to follow over the next year.

#45 Marcus Bagley, SF – Sacramento, CA

Marcus Bagley is the brother of Marvin Bagley III, a top five pick from the 2018 NBA draft. Marcus has been on several teams’ radar as they look for the talent his brother showed. While he is not the game changer that his brother became, he can be a solid piece in any program and has good potential to match his intangibles.

#50 Colby Jones, SG – Mountain Brook, AL

Jones was recently named the Nike EYBL Breakout Player of the Year, leading his team to a Peach Jam appearance. Jones has spent the first three years of his high school career in the shadow of Trendon Watford, but with Watford graduated and Jayden Stone leaving the state for a chance to play at Sunrise Christian Academy, Jones will be the heavy favorite to take home the Mr. Basketball in Alabama title.


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