Posted On: 02/13/20 4:48 PM

We are working hard on our updated player rankings and one thing is clear - there will be some shifting around in the Class of 2022. We've had the opportunity to watch many of the state's top sophomores in action this season and several of them have made some steps up in their games and contributions to their teams. While we have yet to do the full rankings, we do feel we have settled upon a top 10. Here's a quick look at the top sophomores.

1. Lamar Washington, Jefferson

Washington is easily the most productive player for a top team in the Class of 2022. He's not only averaging double figures in scoring at over 13 points per game but is also leading Jefferson in assists (almost 4 apg) and steals (over 2.5 spg). He has a tough body at 6-foot-3 and while his outside shot has been inconsistent this season, he's near unstoppable on his drives to the hoop. His quick hands and toughness on the perimeter have made him a very effective defender. Like many others in this class, Washington has started to get some college football recruiting attention so it will be interesting to

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