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Trey Patterson Makes His Case For #1 in 2021 Class
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (9:55 AM CT, Tue November 1, 2016)
Is small forward Trey Patterson the #1 prospect in 2021?
Is small forward Trey Patterson the #1 prospect in 2021?
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

West Deptford, NJ (Future150) -- As we get closer to the launch date of our national rankings for the class of 2021, Future150 staff has been mulling over the credentials of the prospects vying for the overall #1 spot. Well, after his standout performance at Pangos All-East Camp this past weekend, there's a good chance the spot will belong to Trey Patterson.

In one of the most loaded camps of the calendar year, featuring elite prospects in the classes of 2019 & 2020, the 6'7" eighth grader not only held his own, but made the Top 30 All-Star Game to finish the camp. 

Highly versatile with the ability to play multiple positions on the floor, he made it hard for defenders to stop him due to his ability to drive aggressively or knock down perimeter shots. He was also active in transition, and played tough defense, thanks to his high motor. 

In terms of his projection, there's no reason to believe that he won't end up being a natural wing in the 6'8"- 6'9" range, and since he already looks the part in terms of fluidity and natural feel, it's hard not to love what he can become down the line.

For now, he's showing that he's able to dominate against older competition, and we expect him to really flex his muscles against 14U competition this winter, spring & summer.

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