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Iowa's Class 2026 Top 10
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (1:47 PM CT, Thu July 16, 2020)
Navon Shabazz is #1 in Iowa for the 2026 Class
Navon Shabazz is #1 in Iowa for the 2026 Class
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Des Moines, IA (Future150) -- With the Covid-19 pandemic causing all tournaments to cancel or reschedule, Future150 is taking the time to rank the top 10 players in each class per state. We have put together the top 10 for the class of 2026 for Iowa.

#1 Navon Shabazz is 6’0 145 LBS from Davenport, Iowa. Navon plays for Meanstreet’s out of Chicago, Illinois. He can play and guard every position on the court. He can score on all three levels at a high rate. With his great body strength, his rebounding is at another level. Navon is a great team player and can pass the ball very well too. When not playing with Meanstreet’s Navon plays up at the eighth grade level where he excells as well at a high level.

#2 Naef Yusuf is 6’0" and 130 pounds from Sioux City, Iowa. Naef plays for Martin Brother’s out of Cedar Falls, Iowa. Naef is very skilled with the ball around the perimeter. He can shoot from deep and attach the paint. He draws a lot of attention everywhere he plays due to his size and athletic ability. When playing up 2 age groups he excells as well.

#3 Bilal Yusuf is 6’0" and 130 Pounds form Sioux City, Iowa. Bilal plays for Martin Brother’s out of Cedar Falls, Iowa. Bilal is   very skilled around the paint and can also play the perimeter. Bilal also draws a lot of attention everywhere he plays just like his twin brother due to his height and athletic ability.

#4 Jude Gibson is 5’8 and 125 pounds from Huxley, Iowa. Jude plays for Kingdom Hoops out of Des Moines, Iowa. Jude is a special talent in many aspects of the game. He can score in the paint at will. He gets in transition a lot due to his great defense and jumping ball screens. What I like about him the most is his will to win. He’s always ready to compete.

#5 Tevin Schultz is 6’2" and135 pounds from Dubuque, Iowa. Tevin plays for the Iowa Mavericks. Tevin is great skilled post player. Scoring down low and rebounding at a high level makes him one of the best in his class. He’s a great post defender using he’s height and going straight up most every time. Tevin comes from a tall family, so my guess is that he’s not done grow by far.

#6 Preston Stensland is 5’8" and 110 pounds from Ames, Iowa. Preston plays for Kingdom Hoops out of Des Moines, Iowa. Preston is one of those kids that can do it all. He can attach from anywhere on the floor with his speed and great handles. He can shoot from deep also, but what I love about him the most is the energy he brings every game.

#7 Evan Jacobson is 6’0" and 160 pounds from Waukee, Iowa. Evan plays for Kingdom Hoops out of Des Moines, Iowa. Evan is probably the strongest big man in his class. He can score down low and rebound with the best of them. Even has great hands and great foot work. Even uses his size down low on the defense side causing many issues for most teams.

#8 Jaydon Kimbrough is 5’5" and 133 pounds from Cedar Falls, Iowa. Jaydon plays for Martin Brother’s out of Cedar Falls, Iowa. Jaydon is one of the top guards in the 2026 class. Jaydon slows the game down when he wants to, and can attach the hoop or pull up. Jaydon is also a great defensive player pressuring the ball and forcing turnovers.

#9 Brady Meadows is 4’10" and 101 pounds from Dewitt, Iowa. Brady plays for the Iowa Mavericks. Brady is a very skilled point guard that can run the show. Brady can handle pressure very well with his speed, strength, and basketball IQ. Brady can attack from the point or off guard if needed and draws a lot of help side defenders that opens up shooters and the post down low. Great point guard!

#10 Tino Daye Jr. is 5’6" and 120 pounds from Des Moines, Iowa. Tino plays for Iowa Elite out of Des Moines, Iowa. Tino is a very skilled guard that can stretch defenses with his outside shooting and attaching the lane. His great defense allows him to get into transition quickly and get easy buckets.

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