West Coast 2007 Rankings: Power Forwards

The 2007 West Coast power forward rankings have a couple surprises near the top of the list. The best player, though, was an easy choice and he's still considering several schools across the country...

Arizona is represented in the "Top Power Forwards" in the West Coast Class of 2007  by Demetrius Crowell, 6-6, Mesa (Ariz.) High.  Though not listed in the Top Ten. Crowell lands in the "Other Power Forwards of Note".

Greg Hicks, Scout.coms West Coast Recruiting Analyst, has this evaluation on Crowell:

"Big-bodied four man with very good feet and a high skill level. He's still carrying some baby fat, but he's got a young face and some bounce. He's got very good ball skills. Good stroke with three-point range, passes and handles well. A potential mid to high major prospect."

Listed below are the top power forwards in the West Coast:

1) Kyle Singler, 6-8, Medford (Ore.) South Medford
2) Darnell Gant, 6-8, Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw
3) Taylor King, 6-6, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
4) Robert Jones, 6-5, San Francisco (Calif.) Riordan
5) Derek Selvig, 6-9, Dawson County (Mont.) High
6) Kenton Walker, 6-7, Scripps Ranch (Calif.) High
7) Morgan Grim, 6-7, Riverton (Utah) High
8) Andrew Hooper, 6-7, Lakewood (Col.) D'Evelyn
9) Omari Johnson, 6-8, Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey
10) Wendell McKines, 6-4, Richmond (Calif.) High



Tim Shelton, 6-6, Fresno (Calif.) Clovis West
Garrett Green, 6-8, Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft
Zack Nelson, 6-6, Sacramento (Calif.) Natomas
Zareh Zagaryan, 6-6, Glendale (Calif.) Hoover
Bobby Howard, 6-6, Great Falls (Mont.) High
Darshawn McClellan, 6-6, Fresno (Calif.) Edison
Kyle Thomas, 6-7, Folsom (Calif.) High
Sean Harris, 6-7, Rocklin (Calif.) High
Demetrius Crowell, 6-6, Mesa (Ariz.) High
Brady Hurst, 6-6, Farmington (Utah) Davis
Maurice McGee, 6-7, Ramona (Calif.) High
Taylor Montgomery, 6-6, Greenwood Village (Col.) Cherry Creek
Brennen Degner, 6-7, Littleton (Col.) Heritage
Phillip Thomas, 6-7, Oakland (Calif.) Skyline


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