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Highlighting the 2021 Class Rankings (101-150)
by James Fletcher, Future150 (11:55 AM CT, Wed July 24, 2019)
Alexis Reyes, SG - Boston, MA
Alexis Reyes, SG - Boston, MA
James Fletcher:

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

Tuscaloosa, AL (Future150) -- Quick risers and developing stars highlight the back end of the 2021 class rankings.

#107 Tyrese Hunter, PG – Racine, WI

Hunter is a quick point guard who runs his team well and has the potential to develop into a special talent as his game continues to expand.

#110 Alexi Reyes, SG – Boston, MA

Reyes is a good scoring guard who has an excellent offensive game, he has a great feel for the game and good size at his position. For Reyes, the key to cracking the top 100 will be showing a consistent defensive impact and becoming a true two-way player.

#115 Nnanna Njoku, C – Hockessin, DE

Njoku has great size and can use his strength to control the post. He has a great vertical for his size and uses that to create second chances and score in transition.

#116 Terquavion Smith, SG – Farmville, NC

Smith has great speed and plays well in transition. He has a good shot from the perimeter but will need to become more consistent to break into the top 100 in the class.

#125 Drew Williams, SF – Chattanooga, TN

Williams will be an excellent role player in any system he plays. He does everything coaches want on both ends of the floor, making an impact on every play. If Williams can become an elite shooter, he will quickly rise further up recruiting boards.


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