Post Summer Rankings: 2004 SFs

The class of 2004 small forwards does not appear to be a particularly deep position, but there are a few players at the top with significant upsides, including David Pendergraft, Curtis Allen and Marcel Jones...

David Pendergraft is the clear-cut choice for the #1 ranking among small forwards. Already committed to Gonzaga, Pendergraft has great skills and an exceptional feel for the game. With continued development, he has a chance to be among the best wings in the country. Curtis Allen has the physical tools to become a big-time player, but needs to refine his skills in order to become a national-level recruit. Marcel Jones is very good with the ball on the perimeter. With added strength and aggressiveness, he has a chance to become a Pac-10 level player. Kyle Brucculeri might be the best shooter on this list. He's got deep range and has improved his ability to put it on the floor. Hector Hernandez has good size and athleticism. He may end up playing at power forward.

David Pendergraft, 6-6 Brewster (Wash.) High
Curtis Allen, 6-4 Rolling Hills (Calif.) Rolling Hills Prep
Marcel Jones, 6-6 Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
Kyle Brucculeri, 6-6 Los Alamitos (Calif.) High
Hector Hernandez, 6-7 Denver (Col.) Lincoln
Chris Fields, 6-5 Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
Ty Morrison, 6-6 Phoenix (Ariz.) Trevor Browne
Jonathan Heard, 6-5 Los Angeles Dorsey
Zach Tarver, 6-5 Portland (Ore.) Jesuit
Mark Hall, 6-7 El Cajon (Calif.) Granite Hills

Other Small Forwards of Note

Kyle Krause, 6-6 Wasco (Calif.) Wasco Union
Calvin Chitwood, 6-6, Phoenix (Ariz.) Paradise Valley
Grayson Moyer, 6-5 La Jolla (Calif.) High
Ryan Coldren, 6-7, Eugene (Ore.) Marist
Daniel Flemming, 6-6 Murrieta Valley (Calif.) High
Justin Armstrong, 6-4 Oceanside (Calif.) El Camino
Jesse Stott, 6-4 Salt Lake City (Utah) East
Andre Glenn, 6-6 Modesto (Calif.) Modesto Christian
Vada Jarmon, 6-3 Santa Ana (Calif.) Foothill
Phil Harbaugh, 6-5 Corvallis (Ore.) High
Stephen Augmon, 6-4 Palo Alto (Calif.) Eastside Prep
Daniel Burke, 6-3 Rialto (Calif.) Eisenhower
Erik Ainge, 6-5 Hillsboro (Ore.) Glencoe
Mike Gordy, 6-6 Denver (Col.) Manual
Thomas Huff, 6-5 Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton
Lee Cummard, 6-5 Mesa (Ariz.) High
Andre Hayes, 6-2 San Jose (Calif.) Piedmont Hills
Taylor Jackson, 6-5 Provo (Utah) Tempview
Jermaine Johnson, 6-2 Seaside (Calif.) High
Jon Kargas, 6-3 San Diego (Calif.) Scripps Ranch
Jesse Stott, 6-4 Salt Lake City (Utah) East
Curtis Terry, 6-4 Tacoma (Wash.) Curtis
Chauncey Wiseman, 6-4 San Diego (Calif.) High
Nick Young, 6-5 Reseda (Calif.) Cleveland (Petitioning to be re-classified as a junior)

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