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Marvin Bagley III Holds Top Spot in Updated Scout 2018 Player Rankings

MARVIN BAGLEY SCOUT 2018 Photo | Jon Lopez | Nike

Sierra Canyon (CA) 2018 five-star forward Marvin Bagley III continues to hold the top spot in the updated Scout 2018 Player Rankings. Bagley is averaging a stellar 25.8 points (2nd), 14.9 rebounds (1st), 3.1 blocks (3rd) and 1.7 assists for Nike Phamily (CA) on the EYBL Summer Circuit.

“Bagley has very good hands and touch,” wrote Evan Daniels, Scout Director of Basketball Recruiting. “At his size, Bagley is particularly athletic and fluid. Bagley has the ability to be a good post defender. He’s active, plays hard is also a tremendous rebounder.”

Bagley is currently considering a final six schools of Kentucky, Duke, Arizona, UCLA, USC and Kansas.

The biggest move comes from Mater Dei (CA) five-star forward Bol Bol, who jumps 11 positions from No. 13 to No. 2. Bol, a true seven-footer, has been one of the surprise names to jump out of the EYBL Summer league, drawing offers from schools like Oregon, Kentucky and most recently UCLA, to name a few.

“For his size, Bol moves pretty well and his length certainly impacts the game in a variety of ways, but what stood out with his play with California Supreme was his confident and ability on the offensive end,” Daniels stated. “Not only does Bol possess very good hands and touch around the basket, but he’s developed post moves and a comfort from mid-range and three shooting the ball.”

Bol is averaging 24.1 points (3rd) while shooting over 65% from the floor, 10.0 rebounds (7th) and 4.5 blocks (1st) for Cal Supreme Elite (CA) on the EYBL Circuit.

Zion Williamson, Cameron Reddish and Romeo Langford round out the Top Five. A top five that consists of a center in Bol Bol, a power forward in Marvin Bagley, two wings in Zion Williamson and Cam Reddish and a shooting guard in Romeo Langford. Five players that any coach would love to have on their court next season.

SCOUT 2018 TOP 25 PLAYER RANKINGS:

  1. Marvin Bagley III – Sierra Canyon (CA)
  2. Bol Bol – Mater Dei (CA)
  3. Zion Williamson – Spartanburg Day (SC)
  4. Cameron Reddish – Westtown School (PA)
  5. Romeo Langford – New Albany (IN)
  6. Moses Brown – Archbishop Molloy (NY)
  7. Tre Jones – Apple Valley (MN)
  8. Darius Garland – Brentwood Academy (TN)
  9. Naz Reid – Roselle Catholic (NJ)
  10. Immanuel Quickley – John Carroll School (MD)
  11. Jordan Brown – Woodcreek High (CA)
  12. Louis King – Hudson Catholic (NJ)
  13. E.J. Montgomery – Wheeler High (GA)
  14. Reginald Perry – Maclay School (FL)
  15. Simi Shittu – Vermont Academy (VT)
  16. Jaylen Hoard – Wesleyan Christian (NC)
  17. JaVonte Smart – Scotlandville Magnet (LA)
  18. Joey Hauser – Stevens Point (WI)
  19. Courtney Ramey – Webster Grove (MO)
  20. Emmitt Williams – IMG Academy (FL)
  21. Nassir Little – Orlando Christian (FL)
  22. Keldon Johnson – Huntington Prep (WV)
  23. Quentin Grimes – Woodlands College (TX)
  24. Taeshon Cherry – St. Augustine (CA)
  25. Johvon Quinerly – Hudson Catholic (NJ)

Complete updated Scout 2018 Player Rankings can be found HERE.

Three members of the Top 25 have already committed, E.J. Montgomery to Auburn, Reginald Perry to Arkansas and Courtney Ramey to Louisville. Overall , 23 members of the 2018 class have already closed their recruitment. None can make it official until the early signing period which is scheduled to begin on November 8 and runs through November 15.

 

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