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Kristafer Wilkes

Indianapolis, IN - 2017

SchoolNorth Central PositionSmall Forward Height6’6” Weight190 lbs. AAU TeamG.R.I.N.D. Basketball HometownIndianapolis, IN Class2017
National Rank#18State Rank#1
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High Motor
Slashing Ability
Ability To Create Plays


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Poole will bring high IQ and good scoring abilities to UM.2017 Class Outlook: Michigan Wolverines

10/03/2016 by Zachary Lyon – Michigan has a solid 2017 class in tact right now with three commits, can they land any other prospects?

Hands will make an immediate impact as UCLA's floor general.2017 Class Outlook: UCLA Bruins

9/19/2016 by Zachary Lyon – Steve Alford has done a solid job with pipeline recruiting as usual already reeling in three Cali natives for his 2017 class. Will he land anyone else?

Nowell decided to stay home and take his talents to UW.2017 Class Outlook: Washington Huskies

9/14/2016 by Zachary Lyon – The Huskies already have four commits, one of which is a top five prospect in the nation. What do these four bring to the table?

Kristafer Wilkes has turned into an elite member of 20172017 Wilkes Talks Recruitment and Kentucky Visit

8/09/2015 by Brian Flinn – 2017 F Kristafer Wilkes took the time to catch up with Future150 and talk about his recruitment as well as his visit to Kentucky.

Team Charlotte was crowned champions of the UA Invitational.2014 UA Invitational:Sunday Standouts

5/21/2014 by Brian Flinn – On championship Sunday, the action was fast paced and intense. Ultimately Team Charlotte, DC Premier, and Grassroots Indiana all took home titles

Austin Wiley (left) and Wendell Carter are among 2017s best.Freshmen Focus: Meet The Class Of 2017

2/03/2014 by Jason Pratt – The 2017 class is now more than halfway through their freshman year of high school. What have we learned so far about the talent within the group?