Posted On: 04/21/20 5:21 PM

Our Class of 2022 rankings have been updated and there were definitely some notes and game film to go over in order to make our best placements for now. With that said, here’s a look at the top point guards we identified in the class.

Samaje MorganSamajeMorgan5'9" | PGChurchill | 2022StateOR, Churchill - Ranked #3

What the 5-foot-8 point guard lacks in physical stature he more than makes up for it with his speed and quickness - he could be the quickest player in the state. Can really push the ball up the floor and knows how to score over bigger defenders. We heard a former Division I assistant say they felt he was arguably the top player in the entire Class of 2022.

Trejon WilliamsTrejonWilliams5'11" | PGJefferson | 2022StateOR, Jefferson - Ranked #6

Williams missed a chunk of the season due to injury and illness. But when healthy, the 5-foot-11 guard is one of the toughest points in the state. His game is predecated on taking it strong to the hole or hitting pull-up jumpers, but he’s worked hard on his outside shot, particularly the catch-and-shoot three from the corner. Football is likely his future as he’s been collecting FBS offers.

Samaje MorganSamajeMorgan5'9" | PGChurchill | 2022StateOR, Churchill - Ranked #3 What the 5-foot-8 point guard lacks in physical stature he more than makes up for it with his speed and quickness - he could be the quickest player in the state. Can really push the ball up the floor and knows how to score over bigger defenders. We heard a former Division I assistant say they felt he was arguably the top player in the entire Class of 2022. Trejon WilliamsTrejonWilliams5'11" | PGJefferson | 2022StateOR, Jefferson - Ranked #6 Williams missed a chunk of the season due to injury and illness. But when healthy, the 5-foot-11 guard is one of the toughest points in the state. His game is predecated on taking it strong to the hole or hitting pull-up jumpers, but he’s worked hard on his outside shot, particularly the catch-and-shoot three from the corner. Football is likely his future as he’s been collecting FBS offers. Noah OgoliNoahOgoli6'0" | CGTualatin | 2022StateOR, Tualatin - Ranked #19 Ogoli first caught our eye at PrepHoops Top 250 Showcase in the fall. There the 5-foot-10 guard played with a good feel for the game, knocked down open threes, and was one of the top floor leaders in attendance. We didn’t get to see him this year until Tualatin’s final game but we immediately noticed that he’s starting to fill out physically. He’s one to watch in 2020-21. Leo SewellLeoSewell5'9" | CGWilson | 2022StateOR, Wilson - Ranked #21 In a bit of a surprise - largely because Wilson spent most of the season struggling for wins - Sewell ended up leading 6A in assists (5.91 apg). The 5-foot-9 point guard is extremely heady and will be improving on his decision making and cutting down on turnovers. His shooting percentages were a little low but he has a nice form on his shot and is a knock-down free throw shooter. Julian MoraJulianMora5'10" | PGSummit | 2022StateOR, Summit - Ranked #23 Mora is a shifty point guard who continued to gain experience as a sophomore at Summit. He’s a solid shooter (almost 36 percent from distance) and fit in well playing as the third guard alongside one of the state’s top scorers in Jacob TompkinsJacobTompkins6'4" | CGSummit | 2020StateOR and top assist men in Evan Scalley. He’ll get a chance to do more as a junior as the ball will be in his hands more often.

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