Top new names in the ESPN 100 and updated prospect rankings

Though summer recruiting events like the Peach Jam are a question mark, coaches remain hard at work in their evaluations Courtesy Reggie Rankin

The final ESPN 100 for the Class of 2020 is now live and with it the last version of 2021's ESPN 60 and 2022's ESPN 25 before those lists expand to 100 and 60, respectively. The final months of the high school season saw a handful of prospects who demanded inclusion now rather than later and so, with that, here are five new names to know across updated national rankings: