Conference Preview

Posted On: 02/19/19 7:00 AM

As we enter into the end of the regular season and the start of the playoffs for the lower classifications, it's worth taking a look at some of the freshmen who have started making an impression this season. Here's a look at some of the Class of 2022 standouts to watch these next few weeks.

Lamar Washington, Jefferson

Of all the freshman in the state who have seen varsity time, Washington may have seen the most - and it's for one of the top teams in the state. The burly 6-foot-3 wing has already shown that he can shoot, score, and finish, and he may very well be the #1 ranked player in the PrepHoops Class of 2022 rankings.

Trejon Williams, Jefferson

He missed a chunk of the first part of the season due to a concussion but the 6-foot point guard is now getting major minutes for the Democrats. Williams is a bulldog attacking the basket and in addition to knocking down the pull-up jumper, can really get into the grill of opponents on defense.

Max von Arx, Grant

With Grant in need of size, the 6-foot-4 (and still growing) freshman has stepped into the starting lineup and has

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