Posted On: 09/9/19 10:07 AM

In the landscape of prep basketball the sophomore year is extremely important. Those that were freshmen usually show a jump in production, while many players will be seeing their first significant varsity minutes. It’s in that 2nd season that players begin building their basketball resume. By the time a player completes their 2nd H.S season most talent evaluators are going to have a good indication about their strengths and weaknesses. In this article PH takes a look at some 2022 players poised for a breakout year.  

Shane Thomas 6’2 SG Centennial – 3 and D guy. Thomas is a lethal lefty that can get hot in a minute. Makes multiple 3’s a game. Had a huge 7 3 pointer outburst this summer during the fantastic 40, as he helped lead the Las Vegas Knicks to the championship game. Excited to see him in his role at Centennial where he should be able to stretch the floor and provide perimeter defense instantly.  

Tavointe Jackson 5’7 PG Las Vegas – Jackson is poised to go off this year. Perfect situation, he’s going to have the ball in his hand and the opportunity to make plays. Add in the fact that

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