Posted On: 04/14/20 2:33 PM

With the updated 2022 rankings, we will continue to do in depth breakdowns explaining why we ranked who we ranked. Right now, we’re going to look at how the rankings are broken down by position. Here’s a look at part two of the guards rankings, looking at some of the power forwards and centers in the class.

#10 Judah EgbaJudahEgba6'7" | PFJamestown | 2022StateVA | 6’7” | Jamestown (#26 Overall)

Egba is a guy who is showing great improvement over the past few seasons and had a breakout year at Jamestown helping them turn the program around. He’s a mobile big man that can run the floor, he gets off his feet quickly and has good timing as a shot blocker and he can catch and finish a lot of stuff above the rim in the paint. He’s shown improvement in his hands and his post game, and if he continues to get better he’ll be on the radar of college coaches in no time.

#9 Wendell TomlinWendellTomlin6'6" | PFBenedictine | 2022StateVA | 6’6” | Benedictine (#25 Overall)

Tomlin had an up and down year as did most of the Benedictine team, but his skill set at his size is

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