As the class of 2015 makes its final rounds of postseason all-star games over the next couple of weeks, it’s time to begin shifting our attention to the class of 2016. And in a loaded class that’s being regarded as the most stacked since 2013, Harry Giles has been at the forefront of it since Day 1. Despite missing his entire sophomore year with a knee injury (torn ACL, MCL and meniscus), the 6-10 Winston-Salem (NC) native returned this past season looking just as good as ever. Not only is he unstoppable at this stage when attacking the rim, he can also put it on the floor, shake defenders off him and even pull-up from distance. Definitely a name you’d want to remember moving forward.