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The Prospect Pyramid: Ridiculous Upside's NBA D-League Small Forward Rankings (3/21 Update)

RidiculousUpside.com recently unveiled our new NBA D-League player positional rankings, also known as "The Prospect Pyramid." Take a look below for the latest update on where each of the up and coming swingmen of the league sit.

RidiculousUpside.com recently unveiled our new NBA D-League player positional rankings, also known as "The Prospect Pyramid."

The small forward has remained one of the Pyramid's most consistent positions (both in production and the talent present) all season long. This week is no different, though Reggie Williams returns after a short stint with the Oklahoma City Thunder. After receiving a five-game suspension for violating the league's anti-drug policy, how much longer will Devin Ebanks hold onto that top spot?

Here's how the small forwards stack up after week ten.

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1) Devin Ebanks, Springfield Armor:

2013-14 Stats: 23.3 points (46% from the field, 33% from deep), 2.3 assists, 8.0 rebounds, and 1.3 steals

2) Terrence Williams, Los Angeles D-Fenders:

2013-14 Stats: 20.9 points (42% from the field, 39% from deep), 6.0 assists, 4.7 rebounds, and 1.4 steals

3) Othyus Jeffers, Iowa Energy

2013-14 Stats: 21.6 points (49% from the field, 29% from deep), 3.5 assists, 10.0 rebounds, and 2.2 steals

4) Henry Walker, Sioux Falls Skyforce

2013-14 Stats: 14.6 points (44% from the field, 34% from deep), 1.6 assists, 5.5 rebounds, and 1.1 steals

5) Reggie Williams, Tulsa 66ers

2013-14 Stats: 20.4 points (48% from the field, 35% from deep), 4.9 assists, 5.6 rebounds, and 1.6 steals

6) Tony Mitchell, Fort Wayne Mad Ants

2013-14 Stats: 19.9 points (42% from the field, 36% from deep), 3.0 assists, 5.3 rebounds, and 1.1 steals

7) DeQuan Jones, Reno Bighorns

2013-14 Stats: 13.2 points (51% from the field, 42% from deep), 1.5 assists, 4.8 rebounds, and 1.3 steals