Posted On: 03/27/20 1:00 PM

The journey is far from over for these rising juniors. Here are seven players – some you may have heard more of than others – that are on the climb, primed for big seasons to boost their stock.

90. 6-2 SG Dylan WolleDylanWolle6'2" | SGSequoyah | 2022StateGA – Sequoyah

With a history-making 2020 class heading out the door, Dylan WolleDylanWolle6'2" | SGSequoyah | 2022StateGA is in position to fill the scoring void left by Mercer-signee Jacksen GrecoJacksenGreco6'3" | SGSequoyah | 2020StateGA. While he may not immediately replace Greco’s 19.4 points per game, Wolle does have some similar skills, most notably his three-point shooting. Dylan does a nice job of using head fakes to get clean looks on the perimeter and is comfortable getting to his spots in three dribbles or less. As his ability to get to the rim improves, as will his production at the varsity level.

81. 6-4 SG McRae BallMcRaeBall6'4" | SGJohns Creek | 2022StateGA – Telfair County

Coming out of the small town of McRae is McRae BallMcRaeBall6'4" | SGJohns Creek | 2022StateGA. A big lanky guard that can stretch the floor, Ball has a pretty shot and works well coming off screens.  His offensive production should see an uptick with the graduation of Rashad Johnson. Adding more

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