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Highlighting the 2020 Class Rankings (101-150)
by James Fletcher, Future150 (3:40 PM CT, Wed July 3, 2019)
#106 Austin Harvell, SG - Athens, AL
#106 Austin Harvell, SG - Athens, AL
James Fletcher:

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

Memphis, TN (Future150) -- High-major steals and a Canadian basketball dynasty finish out the updated 2020 class rankings.

#106 Austin Harvell, SG – Athens, AL

Harvell is a player who could easily be in the top 50 without a knee injury that sidelined him for an extended amount of time. He showed elite athleticism and a wide range of skills pre-injury and will look to re-establish himself and prove he can contribute to a high-major program.

#135 Shemar Rathan-Mayes, PG – Ontario, Canada

Shemar Rathan-Mayes is the brother of Xavier Rathan-Mayes and stepson of Tharon Mayes, who both had brief NBA careers. Rathan-Mayes has played at Orangeville Prep alongside #64 Matthew Alexander-Moncrieffe.

#145 Che Evans, SF – Lutherville Ti, MD

Evans is a forward that has been in the national spotlight for years, he made the freshman All-American team in 2017. Evans has a number of high-major offers and will look to increase interest by making a run at the Mr. Basketball title in Maryland.

#148 La’Vell Scott, PG – La Place, LA

Scott is a point guard with high potential on the offensive end but will need to improve on the defensive side of the court to compete at the highest level of college basketball. He has one high-major offer at Maryland and several mid-major programs pursuing him.

#149 Isaiah LeBlanc, PG – Houston, TX

LeBlanc is a solid defender and has a high basketball IQ, which will make him an asset at the next level. LeBlanc has offers from Georgia Tech and Houston, two schools that value versatile guards who can develop within the system.

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