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April 21, 2014

Colorado's Top 50 in 2015 | Players 1-5

FREE!  Which junior basketball players are rated numbers 1-5? Find out now as Colorado Prep Report has updated our Class of 2015 player rankings with the 2013-2014 season having wrapped up.

Colorado's Top 50 in 2015 | Players 1-5

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#1 Austin Conway | Overland
Previous Ranking: #1
5-foot-9 | Guard

Conway is a floor general who continued to excel with the basketball in his hands. The athleticism that he showed during a 20-7 season is what has also helped him land Division I football offers from across the country. Conway will eventually have to decide between the two sports.

#2 Jake Holtzmann | Chaparral
Previous Ranking: #2
6-foot-5 | Forward

Holtzmann recently landed his first scholarship offer from the coaches at Denver but it will be far from the last. This junior is a tough forward to matchup with due to his size, skills, and ability to play inside or out on the hardwood.

#3 Blend Avdili | Eaglecrest
Previous Ranking: #4
6-foot-5 | Forward

Avdili showed early on as a junior that he would be a leader on a talented group at Eaglecrest and his play pushed this club to 19-victories. His senior year will give him an opportunity to really showcase what he can do.

#4 Zach Pirog | ThunderRidge
Previous Ranking: #14
6-foot-10 | Center

The upside of Pirog is among the best in the Class of 2015 because of his combination of size and athleticism. Weight and strength will be consistently worked on this off-season but there is little doubt that his best basketball is ahead of him.

#5 D.J. Wells | Grand Junction
Previous Ranking: #9
6-foot-7 | Forward

Wells remains a work in progress offensively but his dominance defensively is what has helped him remain one of the top players in the state. He averaged eleven rebounds, four steals, and five blocks per game as he filled stat sheets on a nightly basis.

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