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Class of 2018: Prospects to watch this summer

Javonte SmartClick Cameron ReddishClick Jontay PorterClick Shareef O'NealClick Jaedon LedeeClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Houston (Texas) Kinkaid: A talented and tough wing, Lee followed up a big freshman year by playing well for Basketball University in the 17U division of the adidas Gauntlet. He loves to attack the rim, rebounds well and is confident in his jumper even if it does need some tweaking. BaylorClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., HoustonClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., KansasClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Kansas StateClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Kentucky, TexasClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Texas A&MClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link. and Texas TechClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link. have already reportedly offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Los Angeles (Calif.) Windward: The son of legendary NBA center Shaquille O'Neal, the younger O'Neal showed some flashes when Rivals.com scouted him as a freshman. Reports of his play on the grassroots circuit have been encouraging and because of who his father is, it will be impossible to not take notice. Hopefully, O'Neal is given the chance to develop on his own. To go along with good size, he has long arms, is a fine athlete and shows instincts and quickness. USCClick Jaedon LedeeClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Houston (Texas) Kinkaid: A talented and tough wing, Lee followed up a big freshman year by playing well for Basketball University in the 17U division of the adidas Gauntlet. He loves to attack the rim, rebounds well and is confident in his jumper even if it does need some tweaking. BaylorClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., HoustonClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., KansasClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Kansas StateClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Kentucky, TexasClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Texas A&MClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link. and Texas TechClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link. have already reportedly offered.Here to view this Link. has already offered.Here to view this Link.. 6-foot-8 PF, Columbia (Mo.) Father Tolton: Once again, we have a player on this list who has ties to another big-time player. This time, it is a big brother. Porter's older brother, Michael PorterClick Shareef O'NealClick Jaedon LedeeClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Houston (Texas) Kinkaid: A talented and tough wing, Lee followed up a big freshman year by playing well for Basketball University in the 17U division of the adidas Gauntlet. He loves to attack the rim, rebounds well and is confident in his jumper even if it does need some tweaking. BaylorClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., HoustonClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., KansasClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Kansas StateClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Kentucky, TexasClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Texas A&MClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link. and Texas TechClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link. have already reportedly offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Los Angeles (Calif.) Windward: The son of legendary NBA center Shaquille O'Neal, the younger O'Neal showed some flashes when Rivals.com scouted him as a freshman. Reports of his play on the grassroots circuit have been encouraging and because of who his father is, it will be impossible to not take notice. Hopefully, O'Neal is given the chance to develop on his own. To go along with good size, he has long arms, is a fine athlete and shows instincts and quickness. USCClick Jaedon LedeeClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Houston (Texas) Kinkaid: A talented and tough wing, Lee followed up a big freshman year by playing well for Basketball University in the 17U division of the adidas Gauntlet. He loves to attack the rim, rebounds well and is confident in his jumper even if it does need some tweaking. BaylorClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., HoustonClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., KansasClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Kansas StateClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Kentucky, TexasClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Texas A&MClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link. and Texas TechClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link. have already reportedly offered.Here to view this Link. has already offered.Here to view this Link., is a 6-foot-8 small forward who currently ranks as the No. 2 player in the class of 2017. Unlike his brother who is a wing, Jontay is a skilled four-man. He can face the hoop and shoot from 12 to 17 feet, has a solid frame and above-average basketball IQ. He's already been offered by WashingtonClick Shareef O'NealClick Jaedon LedeeClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Houston (Texas) Kinkaid: A talented and tough wing, Lee followed up a big freshman year by playing well for Basketball University in the 17U division of the adidas Gauntlet. He loves to attack the rim, rebounds well and is confident in his jumper even if it does need some tweaking. BaylorClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., HoustonClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., KansasClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Kansas StateClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Kentucky, TexasClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., Texas A&MClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link. and Texas TechClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link. have already reportedly offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Los Angeles (Calif.) Windward: The son of legendary NBA center Shaquille O'Neal, the younger O'Neal showed some flashes when Rivals.com scouted him as a freshman. Reports of his play on the grassroots circuit have been encouraging and because of who his father is, it will be impossible to not take notice. Hopefully, O'Neal is given the chance to develop on his own. To go along with good size, he has long arms, is a fine athlete and shows instincts and quickness. USCClick Jaedon LedeeClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Houston (Texas) Kinkaid: A talented and tough wing, Lee followed up a big freshman year by playing well for Basketball University in the 17U division of the adidas Gauntlet. He loves to attack the rim, rebounds well and is confident in his jumper even if it does need some tweaking. BaylorClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., HoustonClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. has already seen enough to offer a scholarship as have St. John's and VCU.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep: LeBlanc has to get much stronger and he has to develop his perimeter game a bit more, but he has high-level tools. He is very quick around the rim, flourishes in transition and looks as if he still has a lot of growing to do.Here to view this Link., KansasClick Josh LeBlancClick Louis KingClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Roselle (N.J.) Catholic: Teammate Nazreon ReidClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick Bol BolClick Marvin BagleyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Tempe (Az.) Corona Del Sol: Bagley isn't just the best player in the 2018 class, he is a top-three prospect regardless of class. He's as complete a power forward prospect as somebody who has just finished a freshman season could be. He is comfortable with his back to the basket on either side of the lane, has a tough jump hook, shoots well from 17 feet, is an alert passer and a dominant rebounder. Whether it has been with his high school team or grassroots team We All Can Go, Bagley has been a star on every stage he's stepped. His recruitment will take place at the highest level as evidenced by the fact that ArizonaClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link., DukeClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The first ranking and initial assigning of stars to the 2018 class won't happen until the end of August or early September. However, many prospects from the class are starting to make some noise. Barring a significant change or somebody emerging, the only certainty is that power forward Marvin Bagley will begin as the No. 1 prospect in the class. As we prepare to head into summer, here are notes on Bagley and others from the class that everyone will eye closely.Here to view this Link. have already offered.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-10 PF, Roeland Park (Kan.) Bishop Miege: The son of former NBA player Manute Bol is an intriguing prospect. He is rail thin, but Bol runs the floor very well and displays a high skill level. He is a dangerous shooter, handles the ball very well and is already a big-time rim protector. Despite a lack of strength, he's sneaky athletic and has the tools to be a big-time prospect down the road.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-9 PF, Roseville (Calif.) Woodcreek: Because of his exploits with USA Basketball, Brown is starting to develop a good rep. He can shoot, he's quick, he's athletic and he runs the floor like a much smaller player. Were it not for Bagley, Brown would be the best West Coast prospect Rivals has seen from the class of 2018.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Montverde (Fla.) Academy: Even playing up an age group on the 16U level, De Sousa is a force. Already built like a college player, he is a violent dunker and capable of intimidating opponents he runs across with his Each 1 Teach 1 summer team. Because he has all of the athleticism and strength he could need, skill development is going to be keyHere to view this Link., 6-foot-7 PF, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview: Hopefully, Henderson still has some growing left in him because there is so much to like about the thin four-man. Quick and bouncy around the rim, he has as good a nose for tracking rebounds and winning 50-50 balls as anybody Rivals has seen in the class of 2018.Here to view this Link. could have easily been on this list because of his athleticism and interior scoring. Reid is also pretty well-known in the recruiting world at this point. But, keep a close eye on King because the signs are all there to suggest that he could develop into a big-time prospect himself. Perhaps more of a combo forward than a true wing at this point, King moves well, has ideal wing size and shows promise as a shooter and transition finisher. SyracuseClick Ethan HendersonClick Silvio De SousaClick Jordan BrownClick