Posted On: 11/28/19 3:00 PM

The class of 2022 is looking to prove themselves in their Sophomore seasons. These young point guards are looking to step up their roles this year and help out their teams

Jackson Kiel- 6'3 Sterling 

Jackson is from a smaller school, but plays just as well as someone from a big school. He has very good height for a point guard at 6'3. He also showed over the summer with the Colorado Hawks that he is very good leader. He moves the ball around, finds open teammates, and can get his own buckets as well. With his height he can take advantage of smaller match ups and has a good stroke from outside. Last year as freshman he lead Sterling to an elite eight appearance, definitely a player college coaches need to look out for. 

Xavier Harris- 5'10 Horizon

Xavier had a big off-season playing with the talented Colorado Roughriders team from up North. He is bulky floor general who can do everything you want from a point guard. He can drive and kick, or get his own lay up. With a solid jumper he can stretch the floor well. Him and this young, talented Horizon team is someone to

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