Posted On: 04/29/20 2:30 PM

In the introduction story to our updated class of 2022 rankings, we mentioned the balance we saw – from a positional standpoint – among the top prospects in this class. In this piece we take a closer look at that positional parity with the six wings/small forwards in the Top 25.

No. 2 Amari BaileyAmariBailey6'4" | SFSierra Canyon | 2022State#8Nation, Sierra Canyon - Bailey is one of the most explosive athletes in the country and his style of play fits in perfectly with the uptempo play of Sierra Canyon. The 6-foot-4 wing is both physical and bouncy, resulting in countless highlight-reel dunks through or over contact. Bailey has also shown toughness on the defensive end and the ability to rebound in and out of his area. Bailey would open up much more for himself in the half-court with improved consistency on his perimeter jumper.

No. 5. DJ DudleyDJDudley6'4" | SFFairfax | 2022State#73Nation, Fairfax - Dudley is evolving from lanky slasher to a lanky slasher who can hit the open jumper and create off the bounce. At 6-feet-4, Dudley thrived in quick pace coach Reggie Morris, Jr. brought to Fairfax this past season and used his length and athleticism not only at the defensive end, but

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