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Posted On: 01/28/20 3:57 PM

Sophomore year can entail a lot of first. First varsity minute, first varsity start, first junior varsity start (yes, even for kids that go on to play college ball), first conversation with a college coach, the first time you were ranked in the state, etc.

For these 2022s, maybe some of those firsts applied to them. But, for all, that last possibility definitely applies.

[#15] Jamal Sumlin | 6-1 PG | Rhodes

Sumlin is one of the most advanced guards we've watched in the 2022 class. He's very solid in a number of areas. But in terms of passing and perimeter defense, he's more than solid. Sumlin can sit down at the point of attack and has quick hands to cause steals. Very tough competitor. Offensively, Sumlin possesses terrific timing and vision as a passer. No distinct flaw.

Cleveland State and Rider offered.

[#38] Dayvion McDonald | 6-6 PF | Coffman

McDonald's physical attributes are very enticing. High hips. Moves well. Has some pop. He's also flashed the ability to put it on the floor as a face-up guy. There's a lot yet to be seen with McDonald, and no reason to

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