Posted On: 05/22/19 12:11 PM

The spring AAU season has only one weekend left and then players will return to run with their high school programs for June. Starting with a look at the 2022 class, let's take inventory of which Sophomores are raising their stock heading into summer ball with their schools and, eventually, July AAU. 

Kennedy Hayden, Ballard - "Keno" has been ranked among the best in the class as a younger player but saw his stock dip a little in the last couple of years. It's starting to look like he's finding his stride again. Hayden has shown ability to play either guard spot and has good length and athleticism. It remains to be seen how much he'll play at Ballard as a Sophomore but he's thriving in his 15u season.

Chavez Woods, Butler - Woods missed most of his freshman season at Butler due to a broken wrist but he has had a big AAU season for Kentucky Ambition. Chavez projects as a wing slasher and plays with a good motor. The 2022 class at Butler can be special if they stay together and Woods is a big piece of that puzzle.

Bryce Riley, Nelson County - Bryce is starting to become a more

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