8th Grade MSElite 50 Players National Rankings for Class of 2021

MSElite 50


No. 1 Zion Harmon Maryland/Kentucky

Middle School Elite rankings are based on players’ talent and academics, but mostly character.

Zion Harmon finished number one on the 8th Grade MSElite 50 Players National Ranking for Class of 2021. However, we discovered then 4th grade Harmon with his first ever online publication. 

We witnessed him as a 5th grader at the MSE Maryland Camp where he shared MVP honors. Then he was ranked #1 his age group in camp. He showed a lethal scoring mentality and killer instinct as well as agressive defense.

It also helps that Harmon is the youngest Nike EYBL athlete, which his story was recently acclaimed by USA TODAY.

(This ranking will be updated ASAP)

Rank, Name, State

#1 Zion Harmon Kentucky

#2 Trey Patterson New Jersey

#3 Jayden Brown New Jersey

#4 Jalen Hall Washington, DC

#5 Paris Dawson California

#6 DJ Jackson California

#7 Jonathan Lawson Tennessee

#8 Donnell Harris Florida

#9 Andrian Griffin Illinois

#10 Jai Smith North Carolina

#11 Caleb Furst Indiana

#12 Jacory Wallace Michigan

#13 Jalen Smith Florida

#14 Ariel Goddard Washington, DC

#15 Thaddius Franklin Jr. Florida

image#16 Jalen Blackman Indiana

#17 Ryan Conway Maryland

#18 Reuben Fatheree Texas

#19 Shane Dezonie New Jersey

#20 Mason Blakemore Illinois

#21 Christian Henry Illinois

#22 Hercy Miller California

#23 Damon Owens Tennessee

#24 Seth Wilson Ohio

#25 Jalen Smith Florida

#26 Jalen Brown Tennessee

#27 Duncan Powell Texas

#28 Stevie Strong Jr. Missouri

#29 Jalen Butler Illinois

#30 Alijah Watts Kentucky

#31 Christopher Walker Florida

#32 Tyrone Washington Jr. Arizona

#33 Ahmad Harrison Maryland

#34 Javon Nelson Tennessee

#35 Patrick Baldwin Jr. Illinois

#36 Willie Lightfoot New York

#37 Khalil Brantley North Carolina

#38 Langston Love Texas

#39 Quadris Pettway Virginia

#40 Jaylin Gibson Illinois

#41 Jordan Timmons North Carolina

#42 Kevin Miller Illinois

#43 Jamon Reed Alabama

#44 Marty Perry Oklahoma

#45 Noah Peebles Ohio

#46 Shane Nowell Washington

#47 Eli’Sha King Georgia

#48 Christopher Ford North Carolina

#49 Tommy Anderson Nevada

#50 Kennedy Chandler Tennessee

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  1. Dan Pugh says:

    Any consideration for Jack Pugh? He was a top 25-50 player in the 2020 class and reclassed to 2021. Other sites have him in the top ten.

  2. Joke says:

    Horrible list. .You have kids on here that are not the top 2 kids on their own teams..but what is expected from a site that tries to get people to pay $25 for exposure stories and you guys talk about character! What a complete joke

  3. Broke says:

    What is more terrible:

    A. Players listed that are not even the best players on their team?


    B. Players listed whose parents paid $200 for listing?

    THAT’S FUNNY!! – You ain’t play at Ohio State either, just paid us and four other sites to list your kid.

  4. Treyvon Byrd is a player on the up and up he is 6’4 extremely long and very agile he lives in Durham nc and is in the 8th grade .. watch out for this guy

  5. Coach Phil says:

    Andrew Plympton from East Greenwich, Rhode Island is the real deal. He doesn’t get as much exposure up in RI but can play with anyone. He is a 6’1″ point forward with great speed, quickness and strength. He has played mostly around New England against some good programs like BABC, Expressions, etc and has usually been the best athlete on the floor. He is a 5 tool player. Try to get a look at him.

  6. Trey says:

    Looking at all the list and still haven’t seen the kid name Taleeq “da bully”Robbins
    Who plays for WeR1 2021. He’s good enough to play at least 16s… st Anthony’s
    Getting a gem next year… but I wished my younging would’ve went imgr

  7. Coach says:

    No need to hate on these kids who are all working and improving overnight at this young age. You don’t have to be the best player on your team to be good in another environments. I’ve seen relative unknown players have 1 or 2 good caps and spring out of nowhere to become top of class(John Wall). Get your kids into these camps and stop hating on those that show up & earn some respect. The top 50 will have to keep improving to stay on top!

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