West Coast 2010 Rankings: Small Forwards

The top small forwards in the west for 2010 include such prospects as Bryce Jones, Daniel Bejarno and Lonnie Pearson, among others...

The 2010 West Coast small forward list is filled with a number of high major prospects. Jones is a terrific athlete who can play inside as well as on the perimeter. He's the rare small forward these days that can actually play with his back to the basket. Bejarano is a very good shooter with range beyond the stripe. Pearson is a very long and rangy athlete with a big upside. He's one of the bigger sleepers in the west. Boykin is an explosive athlete that can really defend. Jackson has a good basketball body and he's a solid shooter with three-point range.

1) Bryce Jones, 6-5, Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft USC
2) Daniel Bejarano, 6-4, Phoenix (Ariz.) North Texas
3) Lonnie Pearson, 6-5, Seattle (Wash.) Rainier Beach
4) Shelton Boykin, 6-4, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly Long Beach State
5) Garrett Jackson, 6-6, Portland (Ore.) Westview USC
6) Kyle Collinsworth, 6-5, Provo (Utah) High
7) Joe Harris, 6-5, Chelan (Wash.) High Virginia
8) Allen Crabbe, 6-6, Los Angeles (Calif.) Price Cal
9) Desmond Simmons, 6-6, Richmond (Wash.) Salesian Washington
10)Andre Hatchett, 6-5, Tucson (Ariz.) Santa Rita

Other Small Forwards of Note:

Jordan Burris, 6-5, Bakersfield (Calif.) Stockdale
Dominique Carr, 6-5, Riverside (Calif.) J.W. North
Conner Gillett, 6-4, La Mirada (Calif.) High
David Hall, 6-5, Lynwood (Calif.) High
Kareem Jamar, 6-3, Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
Avery Johnson, 6-3, Huntington Beach (Calif.) Ocean View
Dominique Lee, 6-4, Berkeley (Calif.) St. Mary's
Stephen Madison, 6-5, Brush Prairie (Wash) Prairie
Moses Morgan, 6-4, Las Vegas (Nev.) Palo Verde
Cliff Sims, 6-4, Compton (Calif.) High
Jordan Sims, 6-4, Surprise (Ariz.) Liberty
Anson Winder, 6-3, Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman

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