Posted On: 01/3/20 10:05 AM

Starting in the next couple of weeks, we'll begin to update our 2020-2022 class rankings and launch our initial 2023 class rankings. Heading into the new year, I managed to get to several games in Louisville and Lexington at the King of the Bluegrass and the two Lexington tournaments. These are some of the most impressive performances I saw over the last two weeks.

DeAjuan Stepp, West Jessamine - Stepp had a huge weekend at LCA's tournament as he put up games of 24, 30 and 26 points. Dee never came off the floor in the games I watched and had to handle the ball and guard the ball on the majority of possessions. Dee continues to raise his stock and should be a top 10 player when we update rankings again.

Christian Spalding, Eastern - Spalding was one of the most impressive players I saw over the course of the Christmas break. He's only a Sophomore (and a young one at that) but he was in control of the Eagles offense and knows how to run a team and when to create his own offense. Looking ahead, Christian's combination of positional size and skill bodes well for his college prospects.

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