Birmingham, AL (Future150) -- Jr.Future150 reveals its 2019 National Rankings update and the list is now 1-100. There are tons of new faces. After watching spring AAU the Top 10 endured some upheaval.
The Florida native PF Balsa Korprivica of Team Florida takes over the new #1 spot in our rankings. He is 6-foot-11 inches tall and extremely skilled. He can play both inside and out.
The number two spot on the list is the Alabama-native SF Trendon Watford. At 6-foot-7 inches, Watford is extremely skilled. As an eighth grader he started on varsity and averaged 16 points and 10 rebounds per game in the 7A division. There is tons of upside to this young man's game. The more athletic he becomes the better he will be.
The #3 spot belongs to SG Scottie Lewis. After being outside the top 10 for a while, Lewis has been tearing up the spring circuit. The athleticism and skill level of Lewis has gone to another level. He is proving to be unstoppable in the open court.
The 6-foot-7 inch SF Chandler Lawson checks in at #4 on the list. Lawson attended the Future150 Main Event in Birmingham and was spectacular at times. His ability to play all five positions on the floor is something you just don't see very often, especially at this age. Every time we see him play, he adds a new element to his game and this time it was the 3-point shot. Length is his biggest friend at this point in his game. Lawson's older brothers signed with Memphis.
Rounding out the top five is C Chol Marial out of Florida. Marial is teammates of Koprivica on Team Florida. At 7-feet-3 inches, he is a freak of nature on the floor. His wing span is so long it is almost impossible to shoot over him. He is a shot-blocking machine. Marial's athleticism is really good for a young big. He is one of the better finishers around the rim in the class.
At #6 is Jacksonville, FL native SF Jared Jones. Jones is long, lanky and extremely skilled wing. He can shoot over you or take you in the post and score at will. There isn't much opponents can do to stop him.
The number 7 spot is occupied by SF DJ Jeffries out of Memphis. His team attended the Future150 Memorial Day Classic in Houston, where he displayed a wide range of skills. The skill he has improved the most would be his ball handling and 3-point shooting.
The Canadian SF Rowan Barrett Jr. is our #8 prospect on the list. Barrett Jr. is a great athlete and excels in transition. He is one of the better finishers at the rim.
The #9 prospect is the former #1 PG Tyger Campbell out of Nashville, TN. Campbell played varsity basketball this past year and held his own. His ability to get anywhere on the floor he chooses makes him an elite ball-handler and prospect.
The #10 prospect on our list is the North Carolina-native Wendell Moore Jr. He has moved his game to the wing and now the sky is the limit. His overall athleticism at this point is his best friend. This allow him to very versatile and take advantage of defense's are giving him.