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Highlighting the 2021 Class Rankings (1-50)
by James Fletcher, Future150 (12:15 PM CT, Fri July 26, 2019)
Trey Patterson, SF - Somerset, NJ
Trey Patterson, SF - Somerset, NJ
James Fletcher:

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

Tuscaloosa, AL (Future150) -- Talented big men and a set of impressive point guards highlight the top of the 2021 class rankings.

#1 Jonathan Kuminga, SF – Centereach, NY

Kuminga has asserted himself as the top player in the class of 2021. His elite athleticism combined with a great feel for the game and a consistent jump shot make him a complete player. He has a high defensive motor and shows the ability to take over a game when his team needs him.

#5 Chet Holmgren, C – Minneapolis, MN

Holmgren is a uniquely gifted center who has showcased his wide range of talents. He can handle the ball on the perimeter, play on the block and move on the wing.

#9 Kennedy Chandler, PG – Memphis, TN

Chandler is one of the fastest rising players in the class of 2021. He has broken out as a new player in recent months, showing he is a high-level point guard who can contribute on both sides of the ball.

#17 Franck Kepnang, C – Norristown, PA

Kepnang is an elite rim protector who uses his athleticism and defensive positioning to block shots in a number of different ways. He does well sealing on box outs and grabbing rebounds on both ends of the floor, but needs to improve his hand strength under the basket.

#24 Daeshun Ruffin, PG – Jackson, MS

Ruffin is a small guard with great athleticism. He uses his speed and court vision to work through defenses and create shots for himself and his teammates. Ruffin will struggle to guard taller players on the wing but has showed that he is able to cover point guards well.

#29 Isael Silva, PG – Carmichael, CA

Silva is a great ballhandler with excellent court vision. He has drawn NBA comparisons to point guards like Ricky Rubio, who has made a living as a pass-first point guard.

#36 Charles Bediako, PF – Ontatio, CAN

Bediako has great strength and size which allow him to control the game on the interior. Offensively he works well in the pick and roll, setting solid screens and rolling toward the basket quickly.

#37 Manny Obaseki, CG – Allen, TX

Obaseki is a dynamic combo guard who possesses many skills that will allow him to play either guard position. He can pass, dribble and shoot, making him a valuable player on the court in any system.

#39 Meechie Johnson, CG – Cleveland, OH

Johnson has proven that he is a great player but suffered a torn ACL earlier this year. If Johnson is able to make a full recovery, he will show off great scoring and an ability to create his shot at every level.

#43 Trey Patterson, SF - Somerset, NJ

Patterson is one of the best shooters in the class and when he gets hot, can knock down shots from anywhere on the floor. He has showcased his offensive skills and efficient shooting over the past year, moving him up many recruiting boards.


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