Best Of The Best: The Top 5 Flo40 Wings For 2018
In a game that seemingly has no designated positions, it is nearly impossible to classify the exact spots these top-notch prospects play on the floor. Nevertheless, they are all in a league of their own as Flo40 top-10 players and the best wings in high school hoops.
1. R.J. Barrett
Flo40 Rank: 1
School: Montverde Academy (FL)
From incredible natural ability to a complex understanding of the nuances of the game, Barrett is the best player in the land simply because he can do everything and do it at the highest of levels.
2. Zion Williamson
Flo40 Rank: 2
School: Spartanburg Day School (SC)
A highlight factory who draws massive crowds and lights up social media, the 6-foot-7 Williamson soars and rocks the rim like nobody else.
3. Cameron Reddish
Flo40 Rank: 3
School: Westtown School (PA)
With a complete and versatile game wired for the next level and beyond, the recent Duke commit is a treat to watch dominate any squad he faces.
4. Romeo Langford
Flo40 Rank: 6
School: New Albany (IN)
Pick any spot on the floor and the chances are the 6-5 rainmaker can pour it in from there. Langford can do damage at all three levels and makes it look easy.
5. Keldon Johnson
Flo40 Rank: 10
School: Oak Hill Academy (VA)
At 6-7 with long arms and great athleticism, Johnson certainly has tons of pro potential with his knack for taking over games on both ends.