Who’s The Next ESPN Freshman Poster Boy?

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IMG_2050Middle School Elite was first to publish online pre-high school national basketball player rankings particularly the class of 2015, ’16, and ’17, which other youth websites can’t furnish.

Many listed players later were either ranked on ESPN, played in college, or the NBA.

But today’s scouting sites can only display rankings for class of 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and so forth.

We were first to rank then class-of-2018, 6’10”, Marvin Bagley (AZ/CA) no.1 sixth grader in the nation, which ESPN (@PaulBiancardi) kept him atop through high school even as he reclassified to class-of-2017; he’s committed to Duke University and projected to be the top NBA lottery draft pick.

For class-of-2019, we ranked 6’9″ Charles Bassey (TX) no.1 in eighth-grade, then ESPN crowned him king of ninth grade before he dropped to no.3.

And we discovered athletic shooting-guard class-of-2020, 6’4″, Kyree Walker (GA/CA), in fourth-grade and digitally carved his first write-up and #1 spot on MSE. Now, he’s an ESPN no.5 commit at Arizona.

The class-of-2021 features well-known rising high school freshman, 5’11”, Zion Harmon (MD/KY), whose talent glistened since fourth-grade, and he’s the first eighth-grade athlete to compete in the Nike shoe sponsored EYBL. He’s rated nationally the best ninth grader.

We delivered Zion his first ever exposure on the internet.

When class-of-2022 (eighth-grade) 6’3″ Ramel Lloyd (CA) was ten years old, we introduced him to America. He’s enrolled in the same Sierra High School like Bagley, with a scholarship offer from UNLV.

Finally, in fifth-grade we found class-of-2023 6’4″ Angel Corona (CA), who was recently contacted by the Oakland Soldiers’ program to play for their seventh-grade unit and who could eventually become an ESPN Five-Star– as well.

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