Standing Reach: 9-1
As we've stated every time we've received data on him before, Harry Giles has terrific size for a power forward. However, he has, at least on paper, lost some 10 pounds since earlier this year. Missing the entire season after tearing his ACL for the second time in his high school career last November, it will be interesting to see how Giles's frame progresses at the next level given how quickly he lost the weight he had seemingly worked diligently to gain.
Josh Jackson's measurements are virtually identical to the numbers he's posted over the last two years. He isn't freakishly long, but otherwise has prototypical size for a wing at the next level to go along with outstanding overall athleticism. His ability to pack muscle onto his frame will be a point of interest moving forward as he remains on the skinny side.
Standing Reach: 8-10.5
Like Jackson, Tatum's measurements line up with the data we've received in the past. The thought was that the talented small forward may have some growing left to do when he first shot up to 6'8 two years ago, but that hasn't been the case to this point. Nonetheless, Tatum has good size for his position at any level, even if his frame is still developing.
Standing Reach: 8-6
A late bloomer relative to many of the players in this group, we only have two sets of measurements for Fultz, both from this year since last summer when he emerged as one of the best guards in the high school class of 2016. The Washington commit has special size for a point guard, sharing similar measurable to former Seattle-area standout and current Clipper Jamal Crawford who measured 6'5.5 in shoes with a 6'10 wingspan and a 175-pound frame.
Standing Reach: 9-0.5
Isaac is one of the tallest small forwards in our database and shares similar measurements to former elite high school recruit Quincy Miller who measured 6'10 in shoes with a 7'1.25 wingspan and a 219-pound frame coming out of Baylor in 2012. Like most high school players, Isaac has work to do on his frame, but he has a terrific set of tools to work with moving forward.
Standing Reach: 8-4.5
Possessing excellent size for a point guard, Fox is roughly the same size as former Kentucky standout Brandon Knight who measured 6'3.25 in shoes with a 177-pound frame and a 6'6.75 wingspan at the 2011 Draft Combine. Fox has all the tools to be a very good long-term prospect at the point guard position, especially if his frame continues to mature.
Standing Reach: 9'2.5
Jarrett Allen has sensational length for a center prospect. His physical tools already compare favorably to Larry Sanders who stood 6'10.5 in shoes with a 222-pound frame and a 7'5.75 wingspan coming out of VCU in 2010. His standing reach is on par with many of the NBA's top big men already, and Allen's tremendous size figures to be very intriguing to scouts wherever he winds up playing out his college career.
Standing Reach: 9'4.5
As impressive as Allen's measurements are, Bolden's are perhaps just as jaw-dropping. Already bigger than exceptionally long multi-college season NBA players like Cole Aldrich and JaVale McGee, few players in our database share Bolden's combination of length and strength. He has some work to do on his frame, but given he has one of the top-20 or so wingspans and standing reaches ever recorded in our database, it isn't hard to guess what makes Bolden such a highly regarded recruit and long-term prospect. From a sheer height and length perspective, Bolden is most similar to DeMarcus Cousins who was measured at 6'10.75 in shoes with a 7'5.75 wingspan at the 2010 NBA Draft Combine, albeit with a heavy 292-pound frame he's cut weight from in the NBA.
Standing Reach: 8-4.5
Possessing an impressive frame for a high school guard, Frank Jackson shared similar measurable with former Illinois point guard Deron Williams who stood 6'2.75 in shoes with a 202-pound frame and a 6'6.25 wingspan coming out of Illinois. Jackson also grades out very similar to Randy Foye. Listed closer to 170 pounds just a few years ago, Jackson has clearly put in a lot of work on his frame already.
Standing Reach: 9'1
Measuring out identically to his listed numbers in our first set of official data points he's appeared on, Gabriel has solid size for a power forward, particularly at the college level, where his measurables would compare favorably to players like Amile Jefferson and Brice Johnson. Lacking tremendous length and bulk relative to players at his position in the NBA, it will be interesting to see how Gabriel's body responds to Kentucky's strength and conditioning program, which has worked wonders for a number of the elite prospects they've brought in over the last few seasons.
Standing Reach: 8'7
Terrance Ferguson's measurements line up well with those we've seen in the past. He has terrific height for a two-guard at any level, but lacks a degree of length and bulk. As a result, he doesn't have too many ideal comparisons among previous NBA draft picks, with the closest match being Gerald Green who measured 6'7.25 in shoes with a 192-pound frame and a 6'9.75 wingspan at the 2005 NBA Pre-Draft Camp.
Standing Reach: 8'0.5
Having bulked up in a major way over the last year or so, Payton Pritchard figures to acclimate nicely to the college game at Oregon with his improved frame. He's already almost the same size that Jerryd Bayless was coming out of Arizona.
Standing Reach: 8'4