Purdue Recruits Land on the Final 2021 SI99 Boys Basketball Rankings

Trey Kaufman-Renn and Caleb Furst highlight the Purdue basketball 2021 recruiting class. Sports Illustrated ranked both incoming Boilermakers among its final SI99 boys basketball rankings on Wednesday.
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Sports Illustrated released its final 2021 boys basketball individual recruiting rankings on Wednesday. The SI99 was headlined by five-star Gonzaga recruit Chet Holmgren, who cemented himself as the nation's top prospect. 

Purdue solidified its 2021 recruiting class with a pair of SI99 recruits. Trey Kaufman-Renn, a four-star forward from Silver Creek High School in Sellersburg, topped the group, coming in at No. 50. 

Kaufman-Renn ranked higher than 2021 Indiana Mr. Basketball and Player of the Year Caleb Furst from Blackhawk Christian in Fort Wayne. Furst landed at No. 66 on the list. 

Check out the full list below, which includes recruiting profiles and highlights from SI All-American. 

Final 2021 SI99 Boys Basketball Rankings

  1. PF/C Chet Holmgren / Minneapolis, Minn. (Minnehaha Academy) – Gonzaga
  2. C Paolo Banchero / Seattle, Wash. (O'Dea) – Duke
  3. SG Jaden Hardy / Henderson, Nev. (Coronado) – G League Ignite
  4. PF Michael Foster / Phoenix, Ariz. (Hillcrest Prep) – G League Ignite
  5. SF Patrick Baldwin Jr. / Sussex, Wis. (Hamilton) – UW-Milwaukee
  6. PG Kennedy Chandler / Wichita, Kan. (Sunrise Christian Academy) – Tennessee
  7. PF Jabari Smith Jr. / Tyrone, Ga. (Sandy Creek) – Auburn
  8. SG Caleb Houstan / Montverde, Fla. (Montverde Academy) – Michigan
  9. PF Moussa Diabate / Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) – Michigan
  10. PG JD Davison / Letohatchee, Ala. (Calhoun) – Alabama
  11. C Nathan Bittle / Napa, Calif. (Prolific Prep) – Oregon
  12. PG TyTy Washington / Phoenix, Ariz. (Compass Prep) – Kentucky
  13. SG Trevor Keels / Fairfax, Va. (Paul VI) – Duke
  14. SG Max Christie / Rolling Meadows, Ill. (Rolling Meadows) – Michigan State
  15. C Daimion Collins / Atlanta, Texas (Atlanta) – Kentucky
  16. SG Hunter Sallis / Omaha, Neb. (Millard North) – Gonzaga
  17. SG Aminu Mohamed / Springfield, Mo. (Greenwood Laboratory) - Georgetown
  18. SF Kendall Brown / Wichita, Kan. (Sunrise Christian Academy) – Baylor
  19. SF Peyton Watson / Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Polytechnic) – UCLA
  20. SG Matt Cleveland / Alpharetta, Ga. (Pace Academy) – Florida State
  21. PG Nolan Hickman / Mt. Pleasant, Utah (Wasatch Academy) – Gonzaga
  22. SF A.J. Griffin / White Plains, N.Y. (Archbishop Stepinac) – Duke
  23. C Efton Reid / Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) – LSU
  24. Brandon Huntley-Hatfield / Scotland, Penn. (Scotland Prep) – Tennessee
  25. SG Langston Love / Montverde, Fla. (Montverde Academy) – Baylor
  26. SG Bryce McGowens / Greenville, S.C. (Legacy Early College Charter) – Nebraska
  27. PG Daeshun Ruffin / Jackson, Miss. (Callaway) – Ole Miss
  28. SF Benny Williams / Bowie, Md. (St. Andrew's Episcopal) – Syracuse
  29. SF Jaylon Tyson / Plano, Texas (John Paul II) – Texas
  30. SG Tamar Bates / Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) – Texas
  31. C Charles Bediako / Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) – Alabama
  32. PG Frankie Collins / Henderson, Nev. (Coronado) – Michigan
  33. SF Malaki Branham / Akron, Ohio (St. Vincent-St. Mary) – Ohio State
  34. PF Bryce Hopkins / Oak Park, Ill. (Fenwick) – Kentucky
  35. SF Harrison Ingram / Dallas, Texas (Saint Mark's) – Stanford
  36. PF Zach Clemence / Wichita, Kan. (Sunrise Christian Academy) – Kansas
  37. SF Josh Minott / Boca Raton, Fla. (St. Andrew's School) – Memphis
  38. SG Dallan "Deebo" Coleman / Callahan, Fla. (West Nassau) – Georgia Tech
  39. SG Kobe Bufkin / Grand Rapids, Mich. (Grand Rapids Christian) – Michigan
  40. C Samson Johnson / Elizabeth, N.J. (The Patrick School) – Connecticut
  41. SG D'Marco Dunn / Fayetteville, N.C. (Westover) – North Carolina
  42. SG Chance Moore / Powder Springs, Ga. (McEachern) – Arkansas
  43. SG Manny Obaseki / Plano, Texas (John Paul II) – Texas A&M
  44. PF DaRon Holmes / Phoenix, Ariz. (Compass Prep) – Dayton
  45. PG Tyrese Hunter / Racine, Wis. (Saint Catherine's) – Iowa State
  46. C Jackson Grant / Olympia, Wash. (Olympia) – Washington
  47. PF Arthur Kaluma / Glendale, Ariz. (Dream City Christian) – Creighton
  48. PF K.J. Adams / Austin, Texas (Westlake) – Kansas
  49. SG Trey Alexander / Oklahoma City, Okla. (Heritage Hall) – Creighton
  50. PF Trey Kaufman / Sellersburg, Ind. (Silver Creek) – Purdue
  51. PG Rahsool Diggins / Warminster, Pa. (Archbishop Wood Catholic) – Connecticut
  52. PG Jaden Akins / Bel Aire, Kan. (Sunrise Christian) – Michigan State
  53. PG Jalen Warley / West Chester, Pa. (Westtown) – Florida State
  54. PF Julian Reese / Owings Mills, Md. (St. Frances Academy) – Maryland
  55. SF Ramses Melendez / Kissimmee, Fla. (Central Pointe Christian) – Illinois
  56. C Jonas Aidoo / Charlotte, N.C. (Liberty Heights Athletic Institute) – Tennessee
  57. SF Dontrez Styles / Kinston, N.C. (Kinston) – North Carolina
  58. SF Johnathan Lawson / Memphis, Tenn. (Wooddale) – Oregon
  59. PG Isael Silva / Napa, Calif. (Prolific Prep) – Stanford
  60. SG Will McClendon / Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman) – UCLA
  61. PG Zion Harmon / Benton, Ky. (Marshall County) – Western Kentucky
  62. C Jerrell Colbert / Germantown, Tenn. (Houston) – LSU
  63. C John Butler / Greenville, S.C. (Christ Church Episcopal) – Florida State
  64. C Wilhelm Breidenbach / Santa Ana, Calif. (Mater Dei) – Nebraska
  65. SF Quincy Allen / Washington, D.C. (Maret School) – Colorado
  66. PF Caleb Furst / Fort Wayne, Ind. (Blackhawk Christian) – Purdue
  67. PG Jordan Hawkins / Hyattsville, Md. (DeMatha Catholic) – Connecticut
  68. PG Bobby Pettiford / Creedmoor, N.C. (South Granville) – Kansas
  69. C Kaden Perry / Battle Ground, Wash. (Battle Ground) – Gonzaga
  70. SG Pierre Brooks / Detroit, Mich. (Douglass Academy) – Michigan State
  71. Ryan Nembhard / Montverde, Fla. (Montverde Academy) - Creighton
  72. SG Shane Nowell / Sammamish, Wash. (Eastside Catholic) – Arizona
  73. PF Ernest Ross / Alachua, Fla. (Santa Fe) – N.C. State
  74. SG Terquavion Smith / Farmville, N.C. (Farmville Central) – N.C. State
  75. SF Reese Dixon-Waters / Los Angeles, Calif. (Saint Bernard Catholic) – USC
  76. SG Kowacie Reeves / Macon, Ga. (Westside) – Florida
  77. C Ryan Mutombo / Atlanta, Ga. (The Lovett School) – Georgetown
  78. PG Jaylen Blakes / Blairstown, N.J. (Blair Academy) – Duke
  79. SF Brandon Weston / Phoenix, Ariz. (Hillcrest Prep) – Seton Hall
  80. PG Ahamad Bynum / Chicago, Ill. (Simeon) – DePaul
  81. C Roosevelt Wheeler / Richmond, Va. (John Marshall) – Louisville
  82. SG Shane Dezonie / Wolfeboro, N.H. (Brewster Academy) – Vanderbilt
  83. SF Mike James / Orlando, Fla. (Oak Ridge) – Louisville
  84. SG Jahmai Mashack / Etiwanda, Calif. (Etiwanda) – Tennessee
  85. SG Luke Goode / Fort Wayne, Ind. (Homestead) – Illinois
  86. SG Ahamad Bynum / Chicago (Simeon) – DePaul
  87. C Lawson Lovering / Cheyenne, Wyo. (Central) – Colorado
  88. PG Bensley Joseph / Putnam, Conn. (Putnam Science Academy) – Miami
  89. PF Mason Miller / Germantown, Tenn. (Houston) – Creighton
  90. SG Malik Thomas / La Verne, Calif. (Damien) – USC
  91. SG Jakai Robinson / Fort Washington, Md. (National Christian Academy) – Miami
  92. SG Brandin Podziemski / Delafield, Wis. (St. John's Northwestern Academies) – Illinois
  93. SG Jordan Longino / Germantown, Pa. (Germantown Academy) – Villanova
  94. PF KeShawn Murphy / Birmingham, Ala. (Ramsay) – Mississippi State
  95. SG C.J. Noland / Waxahachie, Texas (Waxahachie) – Oklahoma
  96. PG Stevie Mitchell / Reading Penn. (Wilson) – Marquette
  97. C Nnanna Njoku / Hockessin, Del. (Sanford Academy) – Villanova
  98. SG Devin Carter / Wolfeboro, N.H. (Brewster Academy) – South Carolina
  99. SG Brandon Murray / Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) – LSU 

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