A number of talented prospects have moved on to different schools and better opportunities for themselves over the past few months in various classes and with that the board for prospects playing inside the state of Wisconsin this upcoming year has adjusted.  The 2020 class is no exception to that as the top prospect from Wisconsin Jalen Johnson has now moved on to IMG Academy in Florida while another in Jamari Sibley will be attending Oak Hill Academy in Virginia.  So with that it seems like a perfect time to update our Top 25 player rankings for the state of Wisconsin for the Class of 2020 courtesy of 414HOOPS.COM.  Here’s a quick look at the top ten on the new board…

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Note – This list is not in any particular order or ranked

(1)  JONATHAN DAVIS – 6-5 – SG – LA CROSSE CENTRAL - WISCONSIN
An explosive athlete with an ability to score at multiple levels, Davis is one of the better overall prospects the Badgers have landed in some time.  He has toughness, athleticism, skill, and a desire to compete game in and game out.  In a lot of respects his best basketball should lie ahead.  He’s a top 50 caliber prospect nationally in the big picture if he continues to develop.

(2)  CARTER GILMORE – 6-7 – F – ARROWHEAD – WISCONSIN COMMIT
A skilled instinctive forward who held multiple Division 1 offers, Gilmore was a 1st team All-State selection this past season.  He can score at each level, he sees the floor exceptionally well, he handles the ball well, and he has nice athleticism to boot.  Positionally he’s versatile both on the offensive end and the defensive end of the court.  Expect him to have a big senior year.

(3)  DARIUS HANNAH – 6-9 – F – MAS – UNDECIDED
One of the biggest sleepers inside the state of Wisconsin, Hannah lost a lot of time due to injury and he’s slowly been building things back up on his end.  Young for his age and equipped with plus length, size, a versatile skill set, nice athleticism, etc. Hannah’s best basketball lies in front of him.  He’s more of a combo forward at this stage who can play inside or out, half court sets or up tempo, etc.  He holds a handful of Division 1 offers and he’s trending upward.

(4)  DALTON BANKS – 6-1 – G – EAU CLAIRE NORTH – UNDECIDED
A talented guard who holds a number of Division 1 offers already, Banks is a model of consistency and the steady guard has shown an ability to score at multiple levels, create with effectiveness, and defend on occasion.  He can fill the box score, his feel is advanced, and he has the ability to knock down the jump shot with consistency.  His overall floor game is one of the better ones inside the state.  Another who’s stock is trending upward.

(5)  ALEX ANTETOKOUNMPO – 6-7 – F – DOMINICAN – UNDECIDED
Alex has always been the one in the class that you know has the potential to take that giant leap and you’re constantly waiting for that to happen.  Like his brothers before him it generally happens after high school and with Alex it should be no exception.  He has plus length, decent athleticism, solid feel around the basket, etc.  When active and engaged he cleans the glass, with score at multiple levels, and has the ability to put a team on his back.  His perimeter stroke has improved over the past year and he continues to slowly trend upward with the hope that his best years on the hardwood lie ahead.  

(6)  MAX KLESMIT – 6-3 – G – NEENAH – WOFFORD
One of the fast rising 2020 prospects in the state, Klesmit had a solid junior year and a decent spring but he saved his best performances for this past July and he secured a few Division 1 offers in the process before eventually deciding on Wofford.  He’s a tough physical guard with athleticism, skill, and instincts and his ability to score the basketball was very impressive in the month of July as was his desire and ability to fill the box score.  If arrows are pointing upward, Klesmit’s is doing just that and he follows in the footsteps of former in-state standout Storm Murphy as one who should have a solid career at Wofford.  

(7)  JACOB OGNACEVIC – 6-8 – C – SHEBOYGAN LUTHERAN – VALPARAISO
A big strong interior prospect who’s probably going to be best suited for the Center position in college, Ognacevic had an excellent junior season that was capped off by a state championship.  Offensively he’s simplistic in what he can do as he has a solid face up game with range that extends beyond the arc and he’s shown an ability to score around the basket on put-backs and post moves.  Will need to continue to develop his speed, quickness, athleticism, and agility to take the next step as a prospect to compete against quicker more athletic bigs at the collegiate level.

(8)  ALEX HUIBREGTSE – 6-3 – G – GRAFTON – UNDECIDED
The sharpshooting guard was at his best in the month of May where he delivered a number of high quality performances shooting the basketball at the highest levels.  In the process he landed a Division 1 offer and has since added additional Division 1 interest and Division 2 offers.  He’s a textbook catch and shoot marksmen with range that extends well beyond the arc.  He has a solid feel and a quick release and at his best he can absolutely take over a game with his perimeter stroke.  Primed for a quality senior year at Grafton, Alex’s best basketball is in the future.

(9)  ISAAC LINDSEY – 6-4 – SG – MINERAL POINT – UNLV
Another catch and shoot guard, Lindsey can handle the basketball as well but he’s role at the next level will be to make shots.  He’s a solid athlete who was a two-sport standout and with a primary focus on basketball in college you expect to see him take a substantial jump forward.  He had some decent performances this spring and summer but there were others that weren’t his best.  Consistency will be the key for him as he can score at each level and he has the ability to take an make big shots from beyond the arc when it matters the most.  His arrow isn’t trending upward or downward at this point, as his consistency goes so will his arrow.    

(10)  ANTHONY WASHINGTON – 6-2 – G – MADISON EAST – UNDECIDED
A talented athletic guard with all the tools in the box to be a quality Division 1 prospect.  After a stellar spring and summer in 2018 Washington followed that up with electric junior campaign.  While there were flashes of that level of play, his overall spring and summer in 2019 didn’t match the prior one so it’s up to him to re-activate and continue to push himself to take that next step as a prospect.  Madison East should be among the best the Division 1 level has to offer in Wisconsin this upcoming season and the play of Washington will be a determining factor in that.  He’s equipped with the physical tools, he’s athletic, he can handle the ball, he can score, he can defend, etc. Anthony controls his own destiny at this point.