Posted On: 06/30/20 5:35 PM

In a class that is primarily guard driven, there are also plenty of elite post players in the mix who can compete at the next level. Some of them are still hoping to have great summers to add value to their game and raise their recruiting stock. Some of them are already established and already know where they want to play. Let’s dive into some of the top post players in their class.

Addison O’GradyAddisonO’Grady6'3" | PFGrandview | 2021State#45NationCO (Grandview)

Committed to play for the University of Iowa, O'Grady is a tough player to contain with her ability to dominate low-post to mid-post, and has shown a willingness to shoot from the outside at times. She has a great mid-range shot that puts teams in a tough position to choose to guard her or stay with Betts. O'Grady is ranked 45th in the Prep Girls Hoops national rankings and No. 1 in Colorado's 2021 Class. She can also push pace in transition and has a high basketball IQ, which helped her average 10.9 points, 6.4 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.6 blocks per game in 2019-20. Standing at 6-foot-3, O'Grady shot the ball 124 for 216 (57 percent) from the field as

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