West Coast 2007 Rankings: Centers

The West Coast class of 2007 centers had an easy choice for the top spot. But there are some pretty talented centers in the west other than Kevin Love, including Clint Chapman and Elijah Holman, among others...

The class of 2007 centers in the west is a very solid group, especially
at the top of the list. Love is far and away the top big man in the west and he'll be an immediate impact player at the college level. Chapman is a late-bloomer who has improved as much as anyone in the west during the last year. Holman has an extremely high upside. If he makes a commitment to the game, he could be an immediate impact guy in college. Williams has a lot of potential, with great size and length, but his skills have a ways to go before he's ready for college. Jacobson has great size and a pretty good feel, but he's still growing into his body and he's probably a couple years away from being ready.

1) Kevin Love, 6-10, Lake Oswego (Ore.) High
2) Clint Chapman, 6-10, Canby (Ore.) High
3) Eli Holman, 6-9, Richmond (Calif.) High
4) Sean Williams, 6-11, Villa Park (Calif.) High
5) Alex Jacobson, 6-11, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
6) Scott Thompson, 6-10, Meridian (Ida.) Mountain View
7) Matt Simpkins, 6-8, Sacramento (Calif.) Capital Christian
8) Nathan Lozeau, 6-10, Marysville (Wash.) Marysville-Pilchuck
9) Kramer Knutson, 6-8, Mesa (Ariz.) Dobson
10) Garrett Fiddler, 6-9, Colorado Springs (Col.) Doherty


Melvyn Oliver, 6-9, Las Vegas (Nev.) Cheyenne
Jordan Fillmore, 6-7, Lafayette (Calif.) Acalanes
Clint Amberry, 6-9, Los Alamitos (Calif.) High
Malcolm Campbell, 6-9, Los Angeles (Calif.) Fairfax
Trevor Morris, 6-7, Nampa (Ida.) High
Martell Jackson, 6-9, Brighton (Col.) High
Kurt Bennett, 6-8, Placerville (Calif.) Union Mine
Genesis Maciel, 6-8, Compton (Calif.) Centennial
Robert Curtis, 6-7, Mission Viejo (Calif.) Capitstrano Valley

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