SI unveils candidates for 2021 SI All-American high school basketball team

Fecha de publicación: 02/12/2020
Fuente: The Weed Blog
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List broken down by state and college commitments; seniors ranked 1 through 99 ​NEW YORK, Dec. 2, 2020 -- Their collective athleticism, agility and court smarts are off the charts, but what makes the 99 high school basketball seniors and five underclassmen on SI.com’s watch list for the 2021 SI All-American team truly special is their polish and versatility, says Sports Illustrated’s director of basketball recruiting Jason Jordan.“The game is evolving in a variety of ways, particularly when it comes to the multi-dimensional skills of players no matter their size, but this class really stands out because there is a refinement and finesse that you’d typically expect to see at the collegiate level,” said Jordan, whose daily, year-round coverage can be found here.“The seniors this year haven’t had the exposure of other classes due to the pandemic,” he added. “But they’ve zeroed in on intense, individual workouts and have fine-tuned themselves. The theme in 2021 is size and versatility, particularly at the top -- a lot of these prospects have a chance to play a long time in the NBA.”The No. 1 prospect in the SI99 is Chet Holmgren, a 7-foot-1 forward from Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis. He dominates in all facets of the game, plays all five positions and is just as dynamic on defense as he is on offense, says Jordan.VIDEO:JASON JORDAN AND ROBIN LUNDBERG DRILL DOWN HERE ON THE CANDIDATES“I’ve seen a lot of players refer to themselves as a unicorn on the court, but Chet embodies that label more than any player I’ve seen in recent memory,” Jordan said. “He can legitimately dominate as a point guard, then knock down threes like a marksman, and then dominate the paint on both ends. The best part about him is his mentality and motor. He competes like an underrated prospect looking to make a name. He’s a rare talent.”The states with the most SI All-American candidates are Florida (15), California (8), Georgia, North Carolina and Texas (6 each) and Arizona, Nevada, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Washington state (4 each).The candidates will be narrowed to 50 finalists in February and in April SI will unveil its first-, second- and third-team Sports Illustrated All-American choices. Each team will consist of five players.Coming tomorrow at SI.com: an in-depth feature, and video breakdown, on the No. 1 prospect, Chet Holmgren. And coming Friday is a video analysis of the other nine members of SI’s top 10. Next week, look for breakdowns of the top five players by position.SI.com’s pre-season ranking of the 99 All-American candidates can be found below the state and college lists that follow.SI All-American candidates broken out by state:AlabamaJ.D. Davison – 6-2 / 175 / PG from Letohatchee, ALArizonaKeon Edwards – 6-7 / 185 / SF from Phoenix, Ariz.Arthur Kaluma – 6-6 / 210 / SF from Glendale, Ariz.Michael Foster – 6-8 / 220 / PF from Phoenix, Ariz.TyTy Washington – 6-4 / 180 / PG from Phoenix, Ariz.CaliforniaNathan Bittle – 6-11 / 200 / C from Napa, Calif.Wilhelm Breidenbach – 6-8 / 205 / C from Santa Ana, Calif.Reese Dixon-Waters – 6-5 / 180 / SF from Los Angeles. Calif.Jahmai Mashack – 6-4 / 180 / SG from Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.Isael Silva – 6-3 / 175 / PG from Carmichael, Calif.Malik Thomas – 6-3 / 190 / SG from La Verne, Calif.Peyton Watson – 6-6 / 180 / SF from Long Beach. Calif.Amari Bailey – 6-4 / 170 / SG from Chatsworth, Calif. (junior)ConnecticutBensley Joseph – 6-1 / 165 / PG from Putnam, Conn.DelawareNnanna Njoku – 6-9 / 245 / C from Hockessin, Del.Washington, D.C.Quincy Allen – 6-6 / 185 / SF from Washington, D.C.FloridaTamar Bates – 6-4 / 175 / SG from Bradenton, Fla.Charles Bediako– 6-10 / 210 / C from Bradenton, Fla.Wesley Cardet – 6-5 / 175 / SG from Orlando, Fla.Dallan "Deebo" Coleman – 6-5 / 190 / SG from Callahan, Fla.Moussa Diabate – 6-10 / 215 / PF from Bradenton, Fla.Alex Fudge – 6-7 / 175 / SF from Jacksonville, Fla.DaRon Holmes – 6-8 / 195 / PF from Montverde, Fla.Caleb Houstan – 6-8 / 195 / SG from Montverde, Fla.Langston Love – 6-4 / 190 / SG from Montverde, Fla.Ramses Melendez – 6-5 / 190 / SF from Kissimmee, Fla.Josh Minott– 6-8 / 175 / SF from Boca Raton, Fla.Efton Reid – 7-0 / 225 / C from Bradenton, Fla.Ernest Ross – 6-9 / 205 / PF from Alachua, Fla.Benny Williams – 6-8 / 185 / PF from Bradenton, Fla.Jalen Duren – 6-9 / 220 / F from Montverde, Fla. (junior)GeorgiaMatt Cleveland– 6-6 / 185 / SG from Alpharetta, Ga.Chance Moore – 6-5 / 175 / SG from Powder Springs, Ga.Ryan Mutombo – 7-0 / 210 / C from Atlanta, Ga.Kowacie Reeves – 6-5 / 170 / SG from Macon, Ga.Jabari Smith Jr. – 6-10 / 210 / PF from Tyrone, Ga.Kaleb Washington – 6-8 / 195 / SF from Mableton, Ga.One candidate from GermanyJeremy Sochan – 6-7 / 200 / SF from Ulm, GermanyIllinoisAhamad Bynum – 6-3 / 175 / PG from Chicago, Ill.Max Christie – 6-6 / 170 / SG from Rolling Meadows, Ill.Bryce Hopkins – 6-8 / 220 / PF from Oak Park, Ill.IndianaCaleb Furst – 6-8 / 215 / PF from Fort Wayne, Ind.Luke Goode – 6-6 / 185 / SG from Fort Wayne, Ind.Trey Kaufman – 6-8 / 210 / PF from Sellersburg, Ind.KansasKendall Brown – 6-7 / 205 / SF from Wichita, Kan.Kennedy Chandler – 6-1 / 160 / PG from Wichita, Kan.Zach Clemence – 6-10 / 205 PF from Wichita, Kan.KentuckyZion Harmon – 5-11 / 175 / PG from Benton, Ky.MarylandJordan Hawkins – 6-4 / 170 / SG from Hyattsville, Md.Julian Reese – 6-9 / 205 / PF from Owings Mills, Md.Jakai Robinson – 6-4 / 200/ SG from Upper Marlboro, Md.MichiganJaden Akins – 6-3 / 160 / PG from Ypsilanti, Mich.Pierre Brooks – 6-5 / 180 / SG from Detroit, Mich.Kobe Bufkin – 6-4 / 175 / SG from Grand Rapids, Mich.Emoni Bates – 6-8 / 200 / SF from Ypsilianti, Mich. (junior)MinnesotaChet Holmgren – 7-1 / 190 / PF/C from Minneapolis, Minn.MissouriJordan Nesbitt – 6-6 / 205 / SF from St. Louis, Mo.MississippiDaeshun Ruffin – 5-9 / 175 / PG from Jackson, Miss.North CarolinaJonas Aidoo – 6-11 / 215 / C from Charlotte, N.C.D'Marco Dunn – 6-4 / 180 / SG from Fayetteville, N.C.Bobby Pettiford – 6-1 / 170 / PG from Creedmoor, N.C.Terquavion Smith – 6-3 / 180 / SG from Farmville, N.C.Dontrez Styles – 6-6 / 190 / SF from Kinston, N.C.Mikey Williams – 6-2 / 175 / SG from Huntersville, N.C. (sophomore)NebraskaHunter Sallis – 6-5 / 175 / SG from Omaha, Neb.New HampshireShane Dezonie – 6-4 / 175/ SG from Wolfeboro, N.H.Mac Etienne – 6-10 / 220 / C from Wolfeboro, N.H.New JerseySamson Johnson – 6-10 / 205 / C from Elizabeth, N.J.Trey Patterson – 6-8 / 207 / SF from Somerset, N.J.D.J. Wagner – 6-3 / 165 / PG from Camden, N.J. (sophomore)NevadaFrankie Collins – 6-1 / 175 / PG from Henderson, Nev.Zaon Collins – 6-1 / 165 / PG from Las Vegas, Nev.Jaden Hardy – 6-4 / 185 / SG from Henderson, Nev.Will McClendon – 6-2 / 205 / SG from Las Vegas, Nev.New YorkA.J. Griffin – 6-7 / 200 / SF from White Plains, N.Y.OhioMalaki Branham – 6-5 / 180 / SG from Akron, OhioOklahomaTrey Alexander – 6-4 / 175 / SG from Oklahoma City, Okla.OregonBen Gregg – 6-8 / 210 / PF from Clackamas, Ore.PennsylvaniaRahsool Diggins – 6-2 / 180 / PG from Warminster, Pa.Franck Kepnang – 6-11 / 225 / C from West Chester, Pa.Jordan Longino – 6-5 / 195 / SG from Fort Washington, Pa.Jalen Warley – 6-5 / 180 / PG from West Chester, Pa.South CarolinaJohn Butler – 6-11 / 180 / C from Greenville, S.C.Ike Cornish – 6-6 / 185 / SG from Greenville, S.C.Bryce McGowens – 6-4 / 175 / SG from Greenville, S.C.TennesseeJerrell Colbert – 6-9 / 210 / C from Germantown, Tenn.Johnathan Lawson – 6-6 / 170 / SF from Memphis, Tenn.Mason Miller – 6-9 / 190 / PF from Germantown, Tenn.TexasK.J. Adams – 6-7 / 200 / PF from Austin, TexasDaimion Collins – 6-9 / 210 / C from Atlanta, TexasHarrison Ingram – 6-6 / 210/ SF from Dallas, TexasC.J. Noland – 6-3 / 215 / SG from Waxahachie, TexasManny Obaseki – 6-3 / 176 / SG from Plano, TexasJaylon Tyson – 6-6 / 185 / SF from Plano, TexasUtahNolan Hickman – 6-2 / 185 / PG from Mt. Pleasant, UtahVirginiaTrevor Keels – 6-4 / 210 / SG from Fairfax, Va.Roosevelt Wheeler – 6-10 / 210 / C from Richmond, Va.WashingtonPaolo Banchero – 6-10 / 230 / PF from Seattle, Wash.Jackson Grant– 6-9 / 195 / C from Olympia, Wash.Shane Nowell – 6-4 / 180 / SG from Sammamish, Wash.Kaden Perry – 6-9 / 225 / C from Battle Ground, Wash.WisconsinPatrick Baldwin Jr. – 6-9 / 200 / PF from Sussex, Wis.Brandin Podziemski – 6-5 / 195 / SG from Delafield, Wis.Tyrese Hunter – 6-1 / 160 / PG from Racine, Wis.SI All-American candidates broken out by college commitment:ACCDukePaolo Banchero – 6-10 / 230 / PF from Seattle, Wash.A.J. Griffin – 6-7 / 200 / SF from White Plains, N.Y.Florida StateJohn Butler – 6-11 / 180 / C from Greenville, S.C.Matt Cleveland – 6-6 / 185 / SG from Alpharetta, Ga.Jalen Warley – 6-5 / 180 / PG from West Chester, Pa.Georgia TechDallan "Deebo" Coleman – 6-5 / 190 / SG from Callahan, Fla.LouisvilleBobby Pettiford – 6-1 / 170 / PG from Creedmoor, N.C.Roosevelt Wheeler – 6-10 / 210 / C from Richmond, Va.MiamiBensley Joseph – 6-1 / 165 / PG from Putnam, Conn.Jakai Robinson – 6-4 / 200/ SG from Upper Marlboro, Md.N.C. StateErnest Ross – 6-9 / 205 / PF from Alachua, Fla.Terquavion Smith – 6-3 / 180 / SG from Farmville, N.C.North CarolinaD'Marco Dunn – 6-4 / 180 / SG from Fayetteville, N.C.Dontrez Styles – 6-6 / 190 / SF from Kinston, N.C.SyracuseBenny Williams – 6-8 / 185 / PF from Bradenton, Fla.BIG 10IllinoisLuke Goode – 6-6 / 185 / SG from Fort Wayne, Ind.MarylandIke Cornish – 6-6 / 185 / SG from Greenville, S.C.Julian Reese – 6-9 / 205 / PF from Owings Mills, Md.MichiganKobe Bufkin – 6-4 / 175 / SG from Grand Rapids, Mich.Frankie Collins – 6-1 / 175 / PG from Henderson, Nev.Moussa Diabate – 6-10 / 215 / PF from Bradenton, Fla.Caleb Houstan – 6-8 / 195 / SG from Montverde, Fla.Michigan StateJaden Akins– 6-3 / 160 / PG from Ypsilanti, Mich.Emoni Bates – 6-8 / 200 / SF from Ypsilanti, Mich. (2022)Max Christie – 6-6 / 170 / SG from Rolling Meadows, Ill.Pierre Brooks – 6-5 / 180 / SG from Detroit, Mich.NebraskaBryce McGowens – 6-4 / 175 / SG from Greenville, S.C.Wilhelm Breidenbach – 6-8 / 205 / C from Santa Ana, Calif.Ohio StateMalaki Branham – 6-5 / 180 / SG from Akron, OhioPurdueCaleb Furst – 6-8 / 215 / PF from Fort Wayne, Ind.Trey Kaufman– 6-8 / 210 / PF from Sellersburg, Ind.Big 12BaylorKendall Brown – 6-7 / 205 / SF from Wichita, Kan.Langston Love – 6-4 / 190 / SG from Montverde, Fla.Jeremy Sochan – 6-7 / 200 / SF from Ulm, GermanyIowa StateTyrese Hunter – 6-1 / 160 / PG from Racine, Wis.KansasK.J. Adams– 6-7 / 200 / PF from Austin, TexasZach Clemence – 6-10 / 205 PF from Wichita, Kan.OklahomaC.J. Noland – 6-3 / 215 / SG from Waxahachie, TexasTexasTamar Bates – 6-4 / 175 / SG from Bradenton, Fla.Texas TechJaylon Tyson – 6-6 / 185 / SF from Plano, TexasBig EastConnecticutRahsool Diggins – 6-2 / 180 / PG from Warminster, Pa.Jordan Hawkins – 6-4 / 170 / SG from Hyattsville, Md.Samson Johnson – 6-10 / 205 / C from Elizabeth, N.J.CreightonMason Miller – 6-9 / 190 / PF from Germantown, Tenn.TyTy Washington – 6-4 / 180 / PG from Phoenix, Ariz.DePaulAhamad Bynum – 6-3 / 175 / PG from Chicago, Ill.Keon Edwards – 6-7 / 185 / SF from Phoenix, Ariz.GeorgetownRyan Mutombo – 7-0 / 210 / C from Atlanta, Ga.VillanovaJordan Longino – 6-5 / 195 / SG from Fort Washington, Pa.Trey Patterson – 6-8 / 207 / SF from Somerset, N.J.Nnanna Njoku – 6-9 / 245 / C from Hockessin, Del.Pac-12ArizonaShane Dezonie – 6-4 / 175/ SG from Wolfeboro, N.H.Shane Nowell – 6-4 / 180 / SG from Sammamish, Wash.ColoradoQuincy Allen– 6-6 / 185 / SF from Washington, D.C.OregonNathan Bittle – 6-11 / 200 / C from Napa, Calif.Franck Kepnang – 6-11 / 225 / C from West Chester, Pa.Johnathan Lawson – 6-6 / 170 / SF from Memphis, Tenn.StanfordHarrison Ingram – 6-6 / 210/ SF from Dallas, TexasIsael Silva – 6-3 / 175 / PG from Carmichael, Calif.UCLAMac Etienne – 6-10 / 220 / C from Wolfeboro, N.H.Will McClendon – 6-2 / 205 / SG from Las Vegas, Nev.Peyton Watson – 6-6 / 180 / SF from Long Beach. Calif.USCReese Dixon-Waters – 6-5 / 180 / SF from Los Angeles. Calif.Malik Thomas – 6-3 / 190 / SG from La Verne, Calif.WashingtonJackson Grant – 6-9 / 195 / C from Olympia, Wash.SECAlabamaJ.D. Davison – 6-2 / 175 / PG from Letohatchee, ALArkansasChance Moore – 6-5 / 175 / SG from Powder Springs, Ga.AuburnTrey Alexander – 6-4 / 175 / SG from Oklahoma City, Okla.Jabari Smith Jr. – 6-10 / 210 / PF from Tyrone, Ga.FloridaKowacie Reeves – 6-5 / 170 / SG from Macon, Ga.KentuckyDaimion Collins – 6-9 / 210 / C from Atlanta, TexasNolan Hickman – 6-2 / 185 / PG from Mt. Pleasant, UtahBryce Hopkins – 6-8 / 220 / PF from Oak Park, Ill.LSUJerrell Colbert – 6-9 / 210 / C from Germantown, Tenn.Alex Fudge – 6-7 / 175 / SF from Jacksonville, Fla.Ole MissDaeshun Ruffin – 5-9 / 175 / PG from Jackson, Miss.TennesseeKennedy Chandler – 6-1 / 160 / PG from Wichita, Kan.Jahmai Mashack – 6-4 / 180 / SG from Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.Texas A&MManny Obaseki – 6-3 / 176 / SG from Plano, TexasOthers/Mid-MajorsDaytonDaRon Holmes – 6-8 / 195 / PF from Montverde, Fla.Kaleb Washington – 6-8 / 185 / SF from Mableton, Ga.GonzagaBen Gregg – 6-8 / 210 / PF from Clackamas, Ore.Kaden Perry – 6-9 / 225 / C from Battle Ground, Wash.MemphisJosh Minott– 6-8 / 175 / SF from Boca Raton, Fla.Jordan Nesbitt– 6-6 / 205 / SF from St. Louis, Mo.UNLVZaon Collins– 6-1 / 165 / PG from Las Vegas, Nev.Arthur Kaluma– 6-8 / 210 / PF from Glendale, Ariz.Western KentuckyZion Harmon – 5-11 / 175 / PG from Benton, Ky.SI All-American senior-class candidates ranked 1 through 99PF/C Chet Holmgren / Minneapolis, Minn. (Minnehaha Academy) – undecidedC Paolo Banchero / Seattle, Wash. (O'Dea) – DukeSG Jaden Hardy / Henderson, Nev. (Coronado) – undecidedPF Michael Foster / Milwaukee, Wis. (Hillcrest Prep) – undecidedSF Patrick Baldwin Jr. / Sussex, Wis. (Hamilton) – undecidedPF Jabari Smith Jr. / Tyrone, Ga. (Sandy Creek) – AuburnPG Kennedy Chandler / Wichita, Kan. (Sunrise Christian Academy) – TennesseeSF A.J. Griffin / White Plains, N.Y. (Archbishop Stepinac) – DukePF Moussa Diabate / Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) – MichiganC Nathan Bittle / Napa, Calif. (Prolific Prep) – OregonPG J.D. Davison / Letohatchee, Ala. (Calhoun) – AlabamaSG Caleb Houstan / Montverde, Fla. (Montverde Academy) – MichiganSG Trevor Keels / Fairfaix, Va. (Paul VI Catholic) – undecidedSG Max Christie / Rolling Meadows, Ill. (Rolling Meadows) – Michigan StatePG Daeshun Ruffin / Jackson, Miss. (Callaway) – Ole MissSG Hunter Sallis / Omaha, Neb. (Millard North) – undecidedC Efton Reid / Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) – undecidedSF Kendall Brown / Wichita, Kan. (Sunrise Christian Academy) – BaylorC Franck Kepnang / West Chester, Pa. (Westtown) – OregonC Daimion Collins / Atlanta, Texas (Atlanta) – KentuckySG Langston Love / Montverde, Fla. (Montverde Academy) – BaylorSG Matt Cleveland / Alpharetta, Ga. (Pace Academy) – Florida StatePG Zion Harmon / Benton, Ky. (Marshall County) – Western KentuckyC Charles Bediako / Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) – undecidedSF Harrison Ingram / Dallas, Texas (Saint Mark's School of Texas) – StanfordSF Trey Patterson / Somerset, N.J. (Rutgers Prep) – VillanovaSF Malakhi Branham / Akron, Ohio (St. Vincent-St. Mary) – Ohio StatePF Bryce Hopkins / Oak Park, Ill. (Fenwick) – KentuckySG Bryce McGowens / Greenville, S.C. (Legacy Early College Charter) – NebraskaPF Ben Gregg / Portland, Ore. (Clackamas) – GonzagaPG Frankie Collins / Chandler, Ariz. (Compass Prep) – MichiganSF Josh Minott / Boca Raton, Fla. (St. Andrew's School) – MemphisPG Jalen Warley / West Chester, Pa. (Westtown) – Florida StateC Jerrell Colbert / Germantown, Tenn. (Houston) – LSUSG Dallan "Deebo" Coleman / Callahan, Fla. (West Nassau) – Georgia TechPF Caleb Furst/ Fort Wayne, Ind. (Blackhawk Christian) – PurduePG Zaon Collins / Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman) – UNLVSG Chance Moore / Powder Springs, Ga. (McEachern) – ArkansasSF Peyton Watson / Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Polytechnic) – UCLAC Wilhelm Breidenbach / Santa Ana, Calif. (Mater Dei) – NebraskaPF DaRon Holmes / Montverde, Fla. (Montverde Academy) – DaytonC Micawber "Mac" Etienne / Wolfeboro, N.H. (Brewster Academy) – UCLAPG Rahsool Diggins / Warminster, Pa. (Archbishop Wood Catholic) – ConnecticutC Jackson Grant / Olympia, Wash. (Olympia) – WashingtonPF Arthur Kaluma / Glendale, Ariz. (Dream City Christian) – UNLVSF Keon Edwards / Phoenix, Ariz. (Hillcrest Prep) – DePaulPG Nolan Hickman / Mt. Pleasant, Utah (Wasatch Academy) – KentuckyPF Zach Clemence / Wichita, Kan. (Sunrise Christian Academy) – KansasSF Dontrez Styles / Kinston, N.C. (Kinston) – North CarolinaSF Johnathan Lawson / Memphis, Tenn. (Wooddale) – OregonPG Isael Silva / Napa, Calif. (Prolific Prep) – StanfordPF Benny Williams/ Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) – SyracuseC John Butler / Greenville, S.C. (Christ Church Episcopal) – Florida StateSF Quincy Allen / Washington, D.C. (Maret School) – ColoradoSF Alex Fudge / Jacksonville, Fla. (Lee) – LSUPG Jordan Hawkins / Hyattsville, Md. (DeMatha Catholic) – ConnecticutSG Trey Alexander / Oklahoma City, Okla. (Heritage Hall) – AuburnSG Manny Obaseki / Plano, Texas (John Paul II) – Texas A&MPF K.J. Adams / Austin, Texas (Westlake) – KansasSG Will McClendon / Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman) – UCLAPG Jaden Akins / Ypsilanti, Mich. (Ypsi Prep) – Michigan StatePF Ernest Ross / Alachua, Fla. (Santa Fe) – N.C. StateSG Kobe Bufkin / Grand Rapids, Mich. (Grand Rapids Christian) – MichiganSF Reese Dixon-Waters / Los Angeles, Calif. (Saint Bernard Catholic) – USCSG Kowacie Reeves / Macon, Ga. (Westside) – FloridaC Ryan Mutombo / Atlanta, Ga. (The Lovett School) – GeorgetownPG Tyrese Hunter / Racine, Wis. (Saint Catherine's) – Iowa StateSG D'Marco Dunn / Fayetteville, N.C. (Westover) – North CarolinaSG Shane Nowell / Sammamish, Wash. (Eastside Catholic) – ArizonaSF Jordan Nesbitt / St. Louis, Mo. (St. Louis Christian Academy) – MemphisSG Pierre Brooks / Detroit, Mich. (Douglass Academy) – Michigan StatePF Trey Kaufman / Sellersburg, Ind. (Silver Creek) – PurdueC Samson Johnson / Elizabeth, N.J. (The Patrick School) – ConnecticutSG Shane Dezonie / Wolfeboro, N.H. (Brewster Academy) – ArizonaC Jonas Aidoo / Charlotte, N.C. (Liberty Heights Athletic Institute) – undecidedPF Julian Reese / Owings Mills, Md. (St. Frances Academy) – MarylandC Roosevelt Wheeler / Richmond, Va. (John Marshall) – LouisvilleC Kaden Perry / Battle Ground, Wash. (Battle Ground) – GonzagaSG Luke Goode / Fort Wayne, Ind. (Homestead) – IllinoisPG TyTy Washington / Phoenix, Ariz. (Compass Prep) – CreightonSF Jaylon Tyson / Plano, Texas (John Paul II) – Texas TechPG Bensley Joseph / Putnam, Conn. (Putnam Science Academy) – MiamiPG Ahamad Bynum / Chicago, Ill. (Simeon) – DePaulPG Bobby Pettiford / Creedmoor, N.C. (South Granville) – LouisvilleSF Kaleb Washington / Mableton, Ga. (Pebblebrook) – DaytonSG Tamar Bates / Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) – TexasSG Malik Thomas / La Verne, Calif. (Damien) – USCSG Brandin Podziemski / Delafield, Wis. (St. John's Northwestern Academies) – undecidedSF Ramses Melendez / Kissimmee, Fla. (Central Pointe Christian) – undecidedPF Mason Miller / Germantown, Tenn. (Houston) – CreightonSG Ike Cornish / Greenville, S.C. (Legacy Early College Charter) – MarylandSGTerquavion Smith / Farmville, N.C. (Farmville Central) – N.C. StateSG Jakai Robinson / Fort Washington, Md. (National Christian Academy) – MiamiSG Jahmai Mashack / Etiwanda, Calif. (Etiwanda) – TennesseeSF Jeremy Sochan / La Porte, Ind. (La Lumiere) – BaylorSG C.J. Noland / Waxahachie, Texas (Waxahachie) – OklahomaSG Jordan Longino / Germantown, Pa. (Germantown Academy) – VillanovaSG Wesley Cardet / Orlando, Fla. (West Oaks Academy) – undecidedC Nnanna Njoku / Hockessin, Del. (Sanford Academy) – Villanova