Posted On: 12/31/19 4:52 PM

Now that I've covered the guards in 2023, I want to turn my attention to the wings. There are several really nice wing prospects, and a lot of girls who have the upside to continue vaulting themselves up the rankings over the next four years. There are several point forwards in this mix, and there are quite a few girls who look like they'll still grow this next year. Below is a more in-depth look at the Top-10 small forward prospects in Indiana's Class of 2023, with additional comments on each.

1. Amiyah Reynolds, 5-11 W, South Bend Washington H.S.
Amiyah is rather slender, but she has been an absolute problem for opponents most nights this season. She is extremely long, fluid, and smooth. She is certainly one of those aforementioned point forwards, as she does a nice job of handling the ball, she's a tremendous downhill passer, and she can create offense for herself or others. She has solid shooting mechanics and is great in the mid-range game, but I anticipate her being a consistent perimeter shooter once she gains more strength. Defensively, she can guard the ball or affect passing lanes with her length, plus

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