6’7” 2021 Omarion Bodrick
He is only 6’7” but his ability to get the ball at its highest point is undeniable. He averaged over 5 blocks per game which helped him pick up his first two offers during the event, Rider, and USC-Upstate. The lefty is a high-level defender, excellent quick-twitch explosion and natural anticipation he gets in the passing lanes and above the rim at a high, high rate. Bodrick’s stock is quickly rising, enjoy the ride here. Also, he’s incredibly exciting to watch play, tons of “bring you to your feet” moments each game with him.
6’6 2020 Chris Hemphill: Team Swish
Hemphill has the chase down artist badge on hall of fame, consistently getting back on defense and turning what should’ve been an easy bucket for the opposition into a momentum-swinging play for his Team Swish squad. His ability to make plays on that end of the court ignited his teams offense and scholarship coaches should be all over a kid like Hemphill.
6’9 ’20 Kuluel Mading (New Light Disciples)
While Mading’s skillset appeals to the masses, his ability to protect the rim is also going to take him a long way. He’s long and possesses great defensive instincts as a rebounder and weak-side shot-blocker. Mading has really started to establish himself as a two-way dynamo over these last few months.