Friday, July 31, 2009
Class of 2010 rankings: 21-25
After a long summer, the National Hoops Report is ready to unveil it's top 25 players in the class of 2010. Over the next week, we'll release our picks for the top players in the country. We start with 21 to 25.
21. Cameron Clark, SF, Sherman (Texas) High School
A big scoring wing with substantial upside. Could develop into a good-looking pro prospect after two years of college. A lot of raw tools to work with.
22. Kendall Marshall, PG, Arlington (Va.) Bishop O'Connell
One of the best conductors of talent in the class. Absolutely knows how to run a team. Gritty performer in the clutch. Improved his body and has the strength to compete from Day One.
COMMITTED TO NORTH CAROLINA
23. Terrence Jones, PF, Portland (Ore.) Jefferson (pictured)
Combo forward that can over power smaller defenders from the wing to rim or take bigger posts to wing. Can shoot the long-ball and can handle the rock well for a big player.
24. Keala King, PG, Compton (Calif.) Dominguez
Great size at the point position (6-4). Heady passer. Great feel in the backcourt. Can score from deep but can attack with the dribble. Good-looking long-term prospect.
25. Justin Coleman, SF, Richmond (Va.) Henrico
NBA-size (6-4, 215) and great athleticism. Raw prospect that is just beginning his climb from prospect to big-time player. Scary to think what he could be down the road.