Note that there is a HUGE difference in the level of competition between Noel, who played a strong national schedule, and Good, who plays a mediocre schedule in the Harrisburg area. Rankings of Good vary, from the #5 you cite, to much lower ones. One issue is his lack of weight and strength. That may change as he goes through college but it is not certain.
It is a bit concerning that Good -who is 6-10 and playing against shorter, less skilled players – is only averaging about 13 ppg and about 8.5 rpg. Compare that to Ryan Young – who plays better competition and is averaging about 18 ppg and 11.5 rpg. Nana Foulland, who had much less basketball experience than Good and faced a harder schedule, averaged 20.5 ppg and 9.5 rpg. Looking back further, Good as a 6-10 junior averaged about 8.5 ppg albeit with more rebounds than he is getting this year. One other stat that may be concerning is that in Trinity’s four losses – to Steelton-Highspire (2), Camp Hill, and Middletown – he is averaging only 8.5 ppg.
My guess, and it is only a guess, is that he will be a solid PL center and make All-PL at some point. But I think it is unlikely he will turn into a Muscala or a McNaughton or a Kempton or a Foulland. He will likely be an important addition to LC’s lineup, however, since they really don’t have a true center and he may fill that role.