Posted On: 02/14/16 5:32 PM

On Friday, we released the new rankings for our 2018 class. The rankings for our final class, 2019, will be released on Monday, with deeper breakdowns of each class to follow through the upcoming two weeks.

Today, we take a look at the biggest stock risers in the sophomore class, an examination of the players whose elevated levels of play helped them rise up the list.

Check out the full list of the new Prep Hoops Colorado 2018 Player Rankings here!

The Risers

4. Tre Pierre, 6-5 forward, Widefield
Previous Ranking: No. 22
Widefield has been one of the state's most improved players this season. The skilled big man is averaging 18.8 points and 9.3 rebounds over 21 games for the 13-8 Gladiators. Pierre has good toughness. He is certainly not afraid to battle, but he also improved his skill-set around the basket.

9. Victor Garnes, 6-0 guard, Eaglecrest
Previous Ranking: Unranked
Garnes was not on our radar before the season began, but he certainly is there now. Garnes is an athletic, quick guard for the No. 5 Raptors, who defends the perimeter well and brings energy. He's the second

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