Rankings: Junior Small Forwards

The junior small forward class has very good depth, with several potential high major players not even cracking the top ten. Denver East's Antonio Porch is the new #1 ranked small forward in the west....

The small forward position may not be quite as strong at the top as it has been in past years, but it is a very deep position in the junior class. Several players who are not yet in the top ten have a chance at becoming high major players. Antonio Porch is a long, active and skilled wing who has improved a great deal since the summer. Wendell White makes his first appearance among the small forwards after being previously listed among the shooting guards. White is a big, physical wing who can shoot it with three-point range. Devon Evertsen was impressive in limited viewings last summer, showing nice athleticism and a pretty good shot. Zach Ryan was a revelation at the Las Vegas Christmas tournament, wowing scouts and coaches with big hops, a live body and nice shooting touch. Justin Hawkins is very skilled and a good shooter with deep range.

1) Antonio Porch, 6-6 Denver (Col.) Denver East
2) Wendell White, 6-5 Redondo Beach (Calif.) Redondo Union
3) Devon Evertsen, 6-6 Phoenix (Ariz.) Moon Valley
4) Zach Ryan, 6-6 Bakersfield (Calif.) Garces
5) Justin Hawkins, 6-6 Lakewood (Calif.) Mayfair
6) Tyler McGinn, 6-6 Gilbert (Ariz.) Mesquite
7) Sean Marshall, 6-4 Rialto (Calif.) Eisenhower
8) Dominic McGuire, 6-5 San Diego (Calif.) Lincoln
9) Chris Devine, 6-7 Eagle River (Alaska) Chugiak
10) Kerry Woolridge, 6-6 San Leandro (Calif.) High

Other Junior Small Forwards of Note:

Fred Washington, 6-6 Torrance (Calif.) Bishop Montgomery
Sam Betty, 6-6 Stockdale (Calif.) High
Dorrell Wright, 6-6 Lawndale (Calif.) Leuzinger
Patrick Hannaway, 6-5 Colorado Springs (Col.) Doherty
Lance DenBoer, 6-5 Sunnyside (Wash.) Sunnyside Christian
Brett Collins, 6-5 Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe
Anthony Brown, 6-6 Sacramento (Calif.) Kennedy
Jason Gilzene, 6-6 Los Angeles (Calif.) Fairfax
Marcus Dove, 6-6 Long Beach (Calif.) Millikan
Chris Brever, 6-6 Denver (Col.) Denver East
Richard Cobbs, 6-5 Moreno Valley (Calif.) Canyon Springs
Jason Petrimoulx 6-4 Las Vegas (Nev.) Cimarron-Memorial
Shyon Clark 6-4 Las Vegas (Nev.) Desert Pines
Trayvon Williams, 6-5 Fontana (Calif.) High
Ramond White, 6-5 Las Vegas (Nev.) Green Valley
Bobby Nash, 6-6 Honolulu (Haw.) Iolani
Josh Flynn-Brown, 6-3 Los Angeles (Calif.) Loyola
Ronald Ligon, 6-4 Inglewood (Calif.) High
Josh Akwenuke, 6-4 Beaverton (Ore.) Westview
Evan Moore, 6-6 Brea (Calif.) Brea-Olinda High
Chad Ferguson, 6-6 Las Vegas (Nev.) Cheyenne
Theo White, 6-3 Sacramento (Calif.) Hiram Johnson
Chris Fuller 6-4 Las Vegas (Nev.) Centennial
Chris Cochran 6-5 Henderson (Nev.) Foothill
Brandon Burmeister, 6-4 Mercer Island (Wash.) High
Andy Palmer, 6-5 Washington (Utah) Pine View
Thomas Jullierat, 6-5 Pleasanton (Calif.) Amador Valley
Ryan Jackson 6-5 Provo (Utah) Timpview
Nick Mills, 6-5 Bellevue (Wash.) Eastside Catholic
Brian Hicks, 6-5 Monte Vista (Calif.) High
Gabe Treadwell, 6-6 Easton (Calif.) Washington Union
Nick Green 6-4 Las Vegas (Nev.) Valley
Todd LaMasters 6-4 Las Vegas (Nev.) Palo Verde
Chase Alvey, 6-5 Sandy (Utah) Alta
Perrin Johnson, 6-4 Corona (Calif.) Corona Centennial

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