Entering the spring AAU circuit, Marvin Bagley sat atop Scout's 2018 basketball recruiting rankings.
After playing in four Nike EYBL sessions in April and May, Bagley has further proven his status as the top player in the country by averaging 25.8 points and 14.9 rebounds and 3.1 blocks a game for Phoenix
Bagley, a 6-foot-11 power forward out of Chatsworth (Calif.) Sierra Canyon, has one of the more versatile scoring attacks in the country, as he has the unique ability to be effective and efficient as a scorer both with his back to the rim or facing it from the perimeter.
Bagley has very good hands and touch. On the block, he'll go to jump hooks, maneuver in the paint for close range finishers or look to
At his size, Bagley, who is considering Arizona, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky,
Among the most significant movers in the updated rankings was Bol Bol, who jumped from No. 13 to No. 2 overall.
Bol, a 7-foot-2 big man out of Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei, made the biggest splash of the summer, showing incredible improvement in a short amount of time. For his size, Bol moves pretty well and his length certainly impacts the game in a variety of ways, but what stood out with his play with California Supreme was his confident and ability on the offensive end.
Not only does Bol possess very good hands and touch around the basket, but he's developed post moves and a comfort from mid-range and three shooting the ball. Through 15 EYBL games, Bol is shooting 48.9-percent from three (22-for-45). In EYBL Atlanta his confidence was sky high and he was making
South Carolina native Zion Williamson checks in at No. 3 in the updated rankings.
Unfortunately, Williamson played just two games on the
Williamson, a 6-foot-6, 225-pound versatile forward, is a powerful and explosive athlete that impacts the game with his rebounding,
Other Ranking Notes
- The point guard position is particularly strong, especially at the top of this list, as 11 point guard prospects are ranked in the top 38 players
onthe updated rankings. Tre Jones, Darius Garland, Immanuel Quickley, Javonte Smart, Courtney Ramey, Jahvon Quinerly and Quentin Grimes are all regarded as five-star prospects.
- The position that is arguably the deepest in the 2018 class is the small forward spot. 28 small forwards are ranked in the top 100, including seven as five-star prospects. Williamson,
Reddishand Louis King are regarded as the top three at the position.
- The weakest position in the 2018 class is by far the center spot, as just 10 center prospects are ranked in the updated top 100. Only Bol, Moses Brown and Naz Reid are regarded as five-star recruits.
- 23 recruits in the top 100 are already committed to a college. Arizona, California, Louisville and North Carolina are the only schools that currently have multiple top 100 commitments.