Posted On: 08/23/19 2:27 PM

One of the best part about rankings updates is seeing who rises based on their performance, improved ability and college stock. In the end, it is not about where you start, it is about where you finish and players that continue to evolve their skill set and all around ability will typically find themselves higher than where they started. Here are some players that saw themselves rise in the latest 2021 rankings update.

5'5 PG Esmeralda Morales (Bethel HS)

Why she rose: Esmeralda was the smallest player on Team Norhtwest's 17u EYBL roster, but she was the most consistent player throughout the spring and summer. With offers now on the table from from San Jose State, UCSB and Portland State, Morales' continued skill development has paid off. *Feature image

5'10 SF Taliyah Clark (Bishop Blanchet HS)

Why she rose: Taliyah was a standout performer on Tree of Hope's 16u team this spring and summer. She is very strong and physical at the wing position and can shoot it from deep. She puts up big numbers in the high school setting and carried some of that momentum into the travel season. Taliyah is someone that colleges should be paying more attention to

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