Posted On: 10/19/21 12:00 PM

As another grassroots season on the youth hoops circuit winds to a close, we flip the page forward toward Year 2 at Prep Hoops Next, bidding adieu to the Class of 2025. When grading the national circuit as a whole, the wing position was quite possibly the deepest as far as pure talent was concerned, which made narrowing down this list of prospects exceedingly difficult. In the end, the five players I selected were not only the most productive performers on the 2021 Prep Hoops Next circuit, I believe strongly that each of them has bright futures ahead on the hardwood…

Amari Allen | De Pere, WI | Class of 2025

Allen was sidelined by nagging injuries in the early spring and forced to sit out during the Prep Hoops Next Future Stars Classic in early April. The 6-foot-5 wing returned to the hardwood with a vengeance at the renowned Battle At The Lakes tournament, leading Wisconsin Playground Club to an unbeaten 6-0 record, capturing the 14U National Division Championship in the process. A versatile athlete with an ever-improving offensive repertoire, Allen’s confidence is

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