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Highlighting the 2021 Class Rankings (51-100)
by James Fletcher, Future150 (11:49 AM CT, Thu July 25, 2019)
Johnathan Lawson, SF - Memphis, TN
Johnathan Lawson, SF - Memphis, TN
James Fletcher:

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

Tuscaloosa, AL (Future150) -- Two stars from Memphis basketball families and a group of impressive centers headline the middle third of the 2021 class rankings.

#51 DaRon Holmes, PF – Goodyear, AZ

Holmes has great athleticism and finishes well around the rim. He shoots decently from the mid-range but will need to develop better mechanics to become an efficient shooter.

#61 Mason Miller, SF – Germantown, TN

The son of Mike Miller, Mason Miller has a jump shot like his father’s, with the same sneaky athleticism too. He has showed off his improved game all summer, making highlight reel plays at every major event.

#66 Johnathan Lawson, SF – Memphis, TN

Johnathan is the youngest of the four Lawson brothers, with all three brothers (Dedric, KJ, and Chandler) making an impact playing college basketball, Johnathan is destined to be a great college player. He has a well-rounded game that will translate at any level.

#71 Wilhelm Breidenbach, C – Santa Ana, CA

Breidenbach has turned heads in recent months with great athleticism and a defensive motor that creates highlight reel material. His game is dynamic and disrupts the opponents game plan, making him a valuable asset.

#100 Javonte Brown-Ferguson, C – Baltimore, MD

Brown-Ferguson is a big-time defensive presence. He uses his size well and gets himself into good position on both ends of the floor.


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