Class of 2022 Watch List


Posted On: 06/13/18 12:00 PM

Summer ball is in full effect across the Commonwealth and the freshmen class is starting to make their presence known. They may only be a few weeks removed from their middle school graduation but there are several players who have already played varsity basketball as middle schoolers and will be impact players on the varsity level over the next 4 years. Here’s a look at some names to know in the class of 2022. If their high school is known, it is listed. These are listed in RANDOM ORDER. This is not to be considered a ranking!:

Trey Lovell – Muhlenberg County

Zayvion Smith

Olajuwon White – Christian County

Qua Chambers – Hopkinsville

Jalen Tyus – Elizabethtown High School

Trey Boggess – Murray High School

Cade Stinnett – Greenwood High School

Andru Markham

Brytton Walker – Madisonville-North Hopkins

Tucker Blanford – Bullitt East

Brady Dingess – Sheldon Clark High School

Aden Slone – Boyle County High School

Turner Buttry – Bowling Green High School

Shyheim Drew

Hagan Harrison – George Rogers Clark High School

Justin Becker – Robertson County High School

Jerome Morton – George Rogers Clark High School

Danye Frazier – Madisonville-North Hopkins High School

Keno Hayden – East Jessamine High School

Ben Vaughn – Taylor County High School

Jacob Prewitt – Danville High School

Jaxon Smith – Lincoln County High School

Gage Mabry – Spencer County High School

Caleb Sloan – Pulaski County High School

Cashius Logan – Boyle County High School

Marquis Winn

Colby Fugate – Paintsville High School

Jayden Schooler – Fern Creek High School

Zach Carter

Damar Dixon -Henderson County High School

Jabrion Spikes – Caldwell County

Selah Brown

Jack Edelen – Ballard High School

Isaac Mills –  Knox County Central

Ryan Alkins – Ashland Blazer High School

Laithan Hall – Pikeville High School

Dominick Smiley

Kendric Adams – Trigg County High School

Cody Maynard – Lawrence County High School

Ethan Colegrove –  Sheldon Clark High School

Jeremy Hamilton – Scott County High School


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