Posted On: 09/4/19 6:48 PM
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 21 guys we consider "wings" that we ranked, so in part one we will look at 21-15 and give you a breakdown of their games to show why we ranked them where we did. Enjoy and be sure to keep an eye out for more rankings breakdowns throughout the next week or so.
21) Jayson Easton | 6’2” | Alleghany (#54 Overall)
Easton and his twin Corey both had good freshmen seasons this past year, even though you probably haven’t heard about them because they’re from a small town about 20 minutes from West Virginia. Still, they come from a basketball family including a father who’s on the staff and have the physical traits and skill sets to play the game. Jayson is a little bit bigger and more skilled, as he’s able to play and guard multiple positions, he can make shots from all three levels and impacts the game in a number of