West Coast 2007 Rankings: Small Forwards

The 2007 West Coast class is particularly deep at the small forward position, with very talented players outside of the top ten. A Southern California prospect currently tops the list, but several other players are in the mix for the number one ranking...

The West Coast 2007 small forwards are a talented and deep group. Stanback has a slight edge over the group at this time, but there are several other candidates for the top spot. Horne is an explosive athlete who is starting to show a more consistent jump shot. Daye is the best pure scorer on the list. Johnson, while a little older than the rest of the group, is terrific slasher and athlete. Coming in at number five, Johnson has an excellent stroke and a good feel for the game.

1) Chace Stanback, 6-6, Los Angeles (Calif.) Fairfax
2) Jamelle Horne, 6-6, San Diego (Calif.) Hoover
3) Austin Daye, 6-9, Irvine (Calif.) Woodbridge
4) James Johnson, 6-7, Cheyenne (wyo.) Cheyenne East
5) Zane Johnson, 6-6, Phoenix (Ariz.) Thunderbird
6) Justin Holiday, 6-5, North Hollywood (Calif.) Campbell Hall
7) Drew Viney, 6-6, Villa Park (Calif.) High
8) Abe Lodwick, 6-6, Bend (Ore.) Mountain View
9) Omondi Amoke, 6-5, Oxnard (Calif.) High
10) Billy White, 6-7, Las Vegas (Nev.) Green Valley


Fred Ellis, 6-6, Sacramento (Calif.) Natomas
Jonathan Wills, 6-5, Lakewood (Calif.) Mayfair
Tyrone Shelley, 6-6, San Diego (Calif.) Crawford
Dane Suttle, 6-5, Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
Adam Malik, 6-6, La Canada (Calif.) High
Art Steward, 6-4, Casper (Wyo.) Natrona
Tyler Bernardini, 6-5, San Diego (Calif.) Francis Parker
Justin Johnson, 6-6, Phoenix (Ariz.) Brophy Prep
Stephen Franklin, 6-5, Aurora (Col.) Aurora Central
Larry Anderson, 6-5, Long Beach (Calif.) Jordan
Chris Collinsworth, 6-7, Provo (Utah) High
Deangelo Jones, 6-3, Seattle (Wash.) Rainier Beach
Anthony Porch, 6-5, Denver (Col.) Montbello
Jon Reed, 6-5, Rancho Palos Verdes (Calif.) Peninsula
Enrique Vasquez, 6-6, San Diego (Calif.) High

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