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Omar Kieta Surging in 2018 National Rankings
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (11:16 AM CT, Fri November 8, 2013)
Omar Kieta is an imposing force in the low post.
Omar Kieta is an imposing force in the low post.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

Future150 GM / Senior National Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball.

Nashville, TN (Future150) -- In terms of post prospects in the middle school ranks, you won't find many as big as 6-foot-9 Mississippi power forward/center Omar Kietaour #3 ranked prospect in the 2018 class.

The shot-blocking post prospect runs the floor extremely well for a big man and finishes well around the rim. He also plays with a high motor and is a solid low post passer. The youngster is worth tracking going forward, and you will find him playing this season at the Cordia School in Kentucky.

Another prospect who climbed considerably in our latest rankings is Louisiana guard Javonte Smart, checking in at #20 in the class.

The 6-foot-1 Baton Rouge native is a smooth combo guard who has excellent vision on the floor. He also has advanced court vision for a prospect his age. 

Here are the latest top five prospects in the country, according to Future150...

1. Marvin Bagley - The 6'8" forward continues to grow, and his game is doing the same. A smooth swingman in the mold of Michael Beasley.

2. E.J. Montgomery - Another long and smooth lefty, E.J. is developing his guard skills, which is scary for the opposition.

3. Omar Kieta - The 6'9" post is a shot-blocker with excellent timing and instincts. He finishes well around the rim and rebounds everything in his area.

4. James Lewis - The 6'1" combo guard has been playing with older competition for years, and it's paying off. High volume scorer with solid lead guard skills. 

5. Ladarius Marshall - The most explosive athlete in the class. The 6'4" wing is a highlight waiting to happen on the offensive end of the floor. 

For the updated Future150 rankings for class of 2018 prospects, Click Here... 

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frank cotez / Guest

Why isn’t Roderick smith ranked the 6’4 big man scored 51 and had 6 huge dunks to go along 40 rebounds he has proven to me he will be the one of the best unranks

Posted: on 11:36 PM CDT, Fri October 18, 2013

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