Posted On: 04/29/20 2:07 PM

With no live periods or AAU so far this season, we decided to take our content a different way and do power rankings for each metropolitan area in the city. These rankings include all classes between 2021, 2022 and 2023 and are based on how good we think the prospects will be at the next level. This is one of the hardest things to do because it encompasses all classes, but should be great for debates throughout the cities.

With no further ado, here’s a look at 25-16 for the Hampton Roads area.

25) Ryan Hite | 6’0” PG | King’s Fork 2023

Hite wasn’t a go-to guy this year because the King’s Fork group that won the state championship was so talented, however he showed flashes of being a very good player moving forward. He’s a strong and athletic guard who competes on both ends, he can play on or off the basketball where he can make shots from deep and he has a great IQ for a guard his age.

24) Jayson HarrisJaysonHarris6'6" | PFMenchville | 2021StateVA | 6’6” PF | Menchville 2021

Harris had reakout year

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