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Texas 2021 Rankings (#11-#20): Size Looms Large
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (1:40 PM CT, Fri March 2, 2018)
2021 G Demari Williams lands at #20 in the rankings.
2021 G Demari Williams lands at #20 in the rankings.
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Houston, TX (Future150) -- Today, we take a look at #11-#20 in the Texas state rankings. High academic wing prospect Chris Felix leads the list, with several other prospects chasing him. Check out who made the cut in the Lone Star State.

#11-#20 Rankings For The 2021 Class In Texas:

#11 | Chris Felix, 6'4" SF, Hightower (TX): The 6'4" wing not only had a strong 2017 AAU campaign with the Houston Hoops Blue Chips, but he followed that with a big winter season. A high academic guard, he'll have college coaches salivating over him very soon.

#12 | Zachary Clemence, 6'9" Post, Antonian College Prep (TX): The constantly evolving big man already has Baylor and Texas following him closely, and his interest and offer levels should explode this AAU season once coaches get a look at his arsenal of offensive moves. 

#13 | Toney Green, 6'4" Wing, OD Wyatt (TX): We first got a look at the 6'4" wing prospect when he tore up our Future150 Main Event Dallas Tournament last spring. He followed that with a strong Pangos All-South Camp and high school season, and he's ready for a big spring. 

#14 | Connor Redrow, 6'11" Post, Universal Academy (TX): Another sizeable prospect in the rankings is the near 7-footer, who competes with Kam "Baby Shaq" Waites daily at practice, which is only going to enhance his development. Not many know about him yet, but they will soon.

#15 | Dametrious Crownover, 6'7" Post, Grandview (TX): The long 6'7" big man starred for YGC36 last AAU season, and he has had a very solid high school season in his freshman year. Expect that trend to continue as he matures and gains strength. 

#16 | Shannon Lowery, 6'4" Wing, Mansfield (TX): The explosive 6'4" wing continues to come along slowly, which has been okay to this point. However, this spring and summer he needs to start turning the corner from prospect to player. If he does, he's as gifted as they come. 

#17 | Juan Reyna, 6'2" G, Antonian College Prep (TX): Arguably the best shooter in the state, he teams with Zach Clemence to form a deadly duo in the San Antonio area. As he rounds out his point guard skills, his game will go to another level. 

#18 | Tyler Lundblade, 6'4", Grapevine Faith Christian (TX): When it comes to long and skilled wing prospects, he's as good as they come at his age. He's able to knock down shots from anywhere on the floor, and he scores with ease around the rim using both hands for slashing finishes. 

#19 | Manny Obaseki, 6'2" G, Allen (TX): Known for being an explosive athlete at the middle school level, he's starting to show more than just a dunking game as he begins his high school journey. That should continue on the AAU trail this spring and summer. 

#20 | Demari Williams, 6'3" G, Houston Christian (TX): A wildcard pick for the list, we really like what the lanky Houston prospect can evolve into down the line. That continues to be the case, as he's grown from 6'1" to 6'3" since August, and he possesses an excellent feel for the game. 


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