Philly Sports Network’s top 100 2020 high school basketball prospects

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Jalen Green comes in at number one. There are certain players who are good and then others who are great, and then there is Jalen Green. All eyes are wide open on Jalen Green as you are looking at the next superstar. His jump shot is now at elite status. He can shoot from anywhere on the court and his court vision and basketball IQ are underrated. Jalen is a killer evolving into an all-around player.

Terrence Clarke is quick, fast, and explosive with great court vision and can make players around him better. The underrated part about him is his dribbling skills he can slice and dice through a defense and make quick decisions that make it hard to plan his next move on the court.

Isaiah Todd has always been a top three talent and never moved outside of that. He is quicker than fast and has a deadlier long-range jumper than Mobley. Todd plays with mean aggression and an evolving mamba mentality.

Evan Mobley is the best two-way player in the country. His guard-like movement and wingspan make him able to be a game-changer on both sides of the floor. He could be a future NBA all-star at the power forward or center position, watching him evolve will be fun.

Josh Christopher is a man child. He is vicious to the basket and has the ability to dribble past defenders at will and is one of the best in the nation in transition, with a proven track record of taking over games.

Greg Brown is another two-way dominant player. The only difference between Brown and Evan Mobley is size and length. He is one of the most athletic players in the country and brings the total package at the power forward position.

Cade Cunningham is the best combo guard in the country. His size and strength at the guard position make him a matchup problem every game and he is one of the smartest passers in the country. If he plays on a team, the ball must be in his hands to bring out his true potential.

BJ Boston has the ability to completely take over a game. His shooting ability is as good as any prospect in the country. He makes smart plays on the court and can score from anywhere in any way. He gives defenders nightmares.

Sharife Cooper is your classic true point guard, who is tough and fearless and puts you in the mold of Damian Lillard how he can light it up. He is a warrior and will leave it all on the floor and is most definitely the point guard you get to run a championship team.

One thing about this super talented 2020 class is even though Jalen Green is the undisputed number one; the gap is not that big. The race for number two is even smaller and Jalen Johnson is one of those special prospects who can challenge to be a top-three prospect. He is a point forward who can guard multiple positions. He is capable of dominating games and will display he is a top-three NBA draft talent at the college level. He will be fun to watch for Duke fans. He is literally a taller Grant Hill.

Top 100 2020 high school basketball prospects

  1. Jalen Green/SG/Prolific Prep
  2. Terrence Clarke/SG/Brewster Academy
  3. Isaiah Todd/PF/Word of God Christian
  4. Evan Mobley/C/Rancho Christian
  5. Josh Christopher/SG/Mayfair
  6. Greg Brown/PF/Vandergift
  7. Cade Cunningham/PG/Montverde
  8. BJ Boston/SG/Sierra Canyon
  9. Sharife Cooper/PG/McEachern
  10. Jalen Johnson/SF/IMG Academy
  11. Makur Maker/C/Pacific Academy
  12. Jalen Suggs/SG/Minnehaha Academy
  13. Jeremy Roach/PG/Paul IV
  14. Scottie Barnes/SF/Montverde Academy
  15. Ziaire Williams/SF/Sierra Canyon
  16. Kyree Walker/SF/Hillcrest prep
  17. DJ Seward/SG/Whitney Young
  18. Cameron Thomas/SG/Oak Hill Academy
  19. Jabri Abdur-Rahim/SF/Blair Academy
  20. Walker Kessler/C/Woodward Academy
  21. Jaden Springer/SG/IMG Academy
  22. Daishen Nix/PG/Trinity International
  23. Nimari Burnett/PG/Prolific Prep
  24. Isaiah Jackson/PF/Waterford Mott
  25. Mark Williams/C/IMG Academy
  26. RJ Davis/PG/Archbishop Stepinac
  27. Earl Timberlake/SF/Dematha Catholic
  28. Andre Curbelo/PG/Long Island Lutheran
  29. Moses Moody/SG/Montverde Academy
  30. Day’Ron Sharpe/C/South Central
  31. Bryce Thompson/SG/Booker T. Washington
  32. Caleb Love/PG/Christian Brothers College
  33. JT Thor/PF/Norcross
  34. Cam’Ron Fletcher/SF/Vashon
  35. Henry Coleman/PF/Trinity Episcopal
  36. Donovan “Puff” Johnson/SF/Hillcrest Prep
  37. Lance Ware/PF/Camden
  38. Dawson Garcia/PF/Prior Lake
  39. Micah Peavy/SF/Duncanville
  40. Jaemyn Brakefield/PF/Huntington Prep
  41. Josh Hall/SF/Moravian Prep
  42. Marjon Beauchamp/SF/Dream City Christian
  43. Ian Martinez/SG/ J Serra Catholic
  44. Andre Jackson/SF/Albany
  45. Julian Strawther/SF/Liberty
  46. Hassan Diarra/PG/Putnam Science Academy
  47. Jalen Terry/PG/Beecher
  48. Mady Sissoko/C/Wasatch Academy
  49. Adam Miller/SG/Morgan Park
  50. Cliff Omoruyi/C/Roselle Catholic
  51. Corey Walker/Hargrave Military Academy
  52. Hunter Dickinson/DeMatha Catholic
  53. Dalen Terry/SF/Hillcrest Prep
  54. Joe Bamisile/SG/Monacan
  55. Matthew Murrell/SG/IMG Academy
  56. Jaylin Williams/C/Northside
  57. AJ Hoggard/PG/Huntington Prep
  58. Ethan Morton/SF/Butler Area
  59. Terrance Williams/PF/Gonzaga
  60. Jamal Mashburn Jr./PG/Brewster Academy
  61. Justin Lewis/PF/Baltimore Polytechnic institute
  62. Noah Collier/SF/Wesston
  63. Davonte Davis/PG/Jacksonville
  64. Elijah Hutchins-Everett/C/Putnam Science Academy
  65. Jyare Davis/SF/Sanford
  66. Cam Hayes/PG/Greensboro Day
  67. Marcus Bagley/SF/Sheldon
  68. Keon Johnson/SG/The Webb
  69. Jaden Ivey/CG/Marian
  70. Xavier Foster/C/Oskaloosa
  71. Demarr Langford/SG/Brewster Academy
  72. Kadary Richmond/PG/Brewster Academy
  73. Noah Farrakhan/PG/IMG Academy
  74. Posh Alexander/PG/Our Saviour Lutheran
  75. Darrius Maddox/SG/Oak Hill Academy
  76. Niels Lane/SG/Roselle Catholic
  77.  Jordan Geronimo/SF/St. Pauls school
  78. KK Robinson/PG/Bryant
  79. Jaylen Clark/SG/Etiwanda
  80. Che Evans Jr./SF/Neumann Goretti
  81. Zeb Jackson/SG/Maumee
  82. Lynn Greer III/PG/Roman Catholic
  83. Reece Beekman/PG/Scotlandville Magnet
  84. Rondel Walker/SG/Putnam City West
  85. Mwani Wilkinson/PF/Bishop Gorman
  86. Myles Stute/PF/Gonzaga
  87. Matthew Alexander-Moncrieffe/SF/Orangeville Prep
  88. Anthony Leal/SG/Bloomington South
  89. Kerwin Walton/SG/Hopkins
  90. Tramon Mark/PG/Dickinson
  91. Zaire Wade/PG/Sierra Canyon
  92. Isaiah Cottrell/PF/Bishop Gorman
  93. Nijel Pack/PG/Lawrence Central
  94. Ben Carlson/PF/East Ridge
  95. Samson Ruzhentsev/SF/Hamilton Heights Christian Academy
  96. Dwan Odom/PG/St. Francis
  97. Dan Dainja/C/Park Center
  98. Nimari Burnett/PG/Prolific Prep
  99. Osasere Ighodaro/PF/Desert Vista
  100. Terren Frank/PF/Sierra Canyon