Posted On: 04/19/20 1:49 PM

The 2022 class is highlighted by a Royal Valley trio that helped lead the Panthers to a 19-1 regular season. But there are some other really good sophomores that will be among the best players in the state next year.

Here are the Northeast Kansas 2022s Ready to Lead:

Nahcs WahwassuckNahcsWahwassuck6'5" | CGRoyal Valley | 2022StateKS, sophomore, Royal Valley:

Wahwassuck has already been a leader for two years. He was a first-team all-leaguer as a freshman, and was one of the best players in the region as a sophomore. The 6-foot-4 floor general can do it all. He led the Panthers to a 19-1 regular season mark by scoring 16.6 points per game. But his game is well-rounded, and with his size, he’s a matchup nightmare. Look for Wahwassuck to be one of the state’s best players the next two seasons.

Brady Klotz, sophomore, Royal Valley:

The 6-foot-3 Klotz is ready to lead – ready to lead the Panthers to a state title. Teaming with sophomores Wahwassuck and Mason ThomasMasonThomas6'3" | SFRoyal Valley | 2022StateKS and with junior Brevin Canady, the Panthers are as loaded for next year as any team in the state. Klotz tallied 10.6 points per game while cleaning up 7.2 rebounds for

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