Where 5-star Brandon Huntley-Hatfield is ranked after move to 2021 class


, the 6-foot-9, 230-pound power forward who signed with Tennessee, remained a five-star prospect after moving from the 2022 class to 2021. After being a consensus top-ten prospect and the No. 1 power forward in the 2022 rankings, Huntley-Hatfield landed at No. 18 overall in the 247Sports ratings for the 2021 class. (GoVols247)

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Where 5-star Brandon Huntley-Hatfield is ranked after move to 2021 class


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