Posted On: 04/25/20 11:35 PM

The 2019-20 season has come and gone, and each year we see different players rise up and take on expanded roles for their respective teams. Sometimes freshmen are able to step in right away and make a big impact. Older players take on a bigger role.

For the Class of 2022, this upcoming year is a big one. It’s the opportunity to really fine tune and showcase their game, and college offers may start to come in.

1. Austin PersekAustinPersek6'7" | PFJSerra | 2022State – JSerra

I first saw Persek play back in September, and he looked like a versatile big man who can do a little bit of everything on the offensive end. He has a good three-point shot for a big. Also is a decent ball-handler. Can put the ball on the floor and beat his defender off the dribble. Can get to the rim and finish as well. He can start the fast break and find teammates in transition.

2. Dane PersekDanePersek6'6" | PFJSerra | 2022State – JSerra

Dane, Austin’s twin borther, is also a very versatile and fundamentally sound player. As a big man, he too can handle the ball at times and make plays going to the rim. He

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