Posted On: 04/10/19 9:11 AM
On Sunday, March 31st, we released our updated rankings for the Class of 2020. This class, like any, has its ups and downs, but the small forward position is tremendously deep and talented, and there are several prospects for colleges at all levels to go "all in" on. Below is a look at the Top-25 small forwards in Indiana’s 2020 class, but I’ve decided to do something a little different. Instead of continually evaluating the top five players at each position, I’ve chosen five players who might not normally get as much attention for one reason or another. They might not be on the big stage during the high school season, or they might not play travel ball and draw as many eyes on them, but they are quality prospects who deserve a look.
9. K'Ja Talley, 5-9 SF, Warren Central H.S.
K'Ja has sort of been the unsung hero on the Warriors' teams the last couple of years. She's incredibly long and athletic, she works hard at both ends of the floor, and she seems very coachable. While opposing coaches were game-planning to stop Cydni Dodd and Shaila Beeler, K'Ja would hurt them with her ability to score, rebound, and