Posted On: 09/5/19 8:53 AM
With the new 2022 rankings will also come in depth breakdowns of every player we ranked in the form of our positional rankings. To get started, we'll rank the guards throughout the state. There were 12 guys we consider "bigs" that we ranked, so in part two we will look at the top six ranked bigs, and give you a breakdown of their games to show why we ranked them where we did. Enjoy!
6) George Beal | 6’5” | Kings Fork (#14 Overall)
Beal is part of a very talented and young Kings Fork group that will have a chance to make a run at the Class 4 State Championship this year, and he’s extremely intriguing as a prospect because there’s a good chance he ends up playing on the wing at the next level. Physically he’s very impressive with a big, strong frame and he’s a fluid athlete that plays above the rim, plays with a high motor and can guard multiple positions. He’s very productive on both ends and has a skill set that is already better than most players his age as he can drive in straight lines, shoots the midrange really well and he can