With their senior seasons in high school yet to come, the stars of college basketball recruiting’s class of 2015 are still learning the craft at their respective positions. Growth spurts can turn a small forward into a center in a hurry, or a combo guard can solidify his jump shot and develop into a true shooting guard.
Nevertheless, scouts and coaches trying to find the Next Big Thing for their programs have to project what a player is likely to do in the years to come. Versatile forward Brandon Ingram, for example, has the length to play the post in high school, but his skill set at this stage makes him one of the best small forward prospects in the country.
Read on for a closer look at Ingram and the rest of the top small forwards of the class of 2015, along with rankings for the five best players at every other position on the floor.