This class, topped by Sherrod Wright and Johnnie Williams, is absolutely stacked with talent.
According to reports, Wright has plenty to improve, specifically on his jumpshot. However, his athletic ability is superior, especially at a mid-major level, and he should be able to develop because of his athleticism.
He is a very quick shooting guard who can score, even with an unusual release on his jumpshot. I've seen Wright play; he is a very capable defender.
Williams is a strong power forward who, unlike the majority of the power forwards in this top 15 list, already knows how to produce off the low post.
He does the majority of his scoring from the block because he is able to play with his back to the basket. Williams is also a good rebounder and defender.
6'5" small forward Luck Hancock is a long-range sharpshooter who can also score off of put-backs.
Shooting guard Rashad Whack is also an accurate shooter from deep, but, unlike Hancock, he can create for himself. Whack's defense is nothing special yet, but scouts think he will be able to develop under coach Jim Larranaga.
Vertrail Vaughns is a combo guard who is strong and quick. It appears that Vaughns would be most effective in a run and gun offensive system, as he is adept at leading breaks.
Even in traffic in a half-court offense, Vaughns is able to penetrate and find an open teammate for a score. The scouts claim that Vaughns is an excellent on the ball defender.
Paris Bennett, the lowest rated recruit in the class, is undersized for his skill set. He is a power-forward in a small-forward's body, and his lack of size has prevented him from reaching his full potential.
Nonetheless, programs like Penn State and Siena wanted him.