Updated 2021 Rankings begin in New Hampshire
Our updated junior class rankings begin in the Granite State where there's a nice combination of prep imports and true local prospects who combine to form the top ten prospects in the state.
Tops among them is a newcomer, Robert Brown III, who is leading a KUA squad that has now knocked off two AAA opponents in as many weeks. Brown is a physical, downhill guard with a relentless style who can physically dominate a game.
The next five spots are all very competitive, and could certainly be fluid in the upcoming months, but right at the moment we're giving the nod to Souhegan's Matt McCool, who is also the top overall prospect in the NHIAA.
Tilton's Jayden Brown sits at number three with his combination of size and skill while New Hampton's Evan Guillory is a power guard, similar to Brown in many ways, who can play multiple positions and impact the game in numerous ways.
Phillips Exeter has a pair of frontcourt prospects both attracting division I interest in Robbie Stankard and Lucas McEachern while the Holderness backcourt of Muhamed Kante and Yansel Reyes both retained their spots among the top ten.
The competition for the last two spots was incredibly competitive, but there was no denying St. Paul's Jack Anderson after what he showed at the Scholar Roundball Classic. Dover's Kingsley Breen grabbed the final spot while KUA's Matt Price and St. Paul's Cody Appleton were also in consideration.