Posted On: 08/20/19 5:00 AM

The 2022 rankings were posted yesterday and three of our top six play point guard. Beyond that, a great deal of our initial discoveries in this class can play the one. Here are 18 of them:

[no. 2] Sencire Harris | 6-5 PG | St. Vincent-St. Mary / NEO Tru Game 16U

The North Canton Hoover transfer is a remarkably athletic point guard with great positional size. His defensive impact and scoring ability in the paint are elite. Finishes ambidextrously from either side of the rim, often favoring his off-hand (right hand). Covers so much space as an off-ball and transition defender. Very fluid and quick. His jumper comes and goes, but it's the only notable hole in his game, albeit a very important aspect of basketball. 

[no. 3] Paul McMillan IV | 6-1 PG | Cincinnati Woodward / Manimal Elite 17U

Cincinnati's top prospect regardless of class, McMillan is as steady and reliable as they come for a young guard. Very poised kid who avoids mistakes. Combines blow-by speed and a tight handle to get to the basket. Finesse

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