Posted On: 05/21/20 5:27 PM

As we continue to battle through these unprecedented times, here at Prep Hoops the staff is doing deep dives into each class. I’ve began my release of position rankings for Baltimore, the area I cover heavily. It’s time to move to the 2022 class where there is no shortage of talent and even a few prospects who have a chance to play at the high-major Division I level. I understand there is much confusion these days with claiming a player’s true “position,” so instead of breaking down wings, forward and centers separately for this class I’ve decided to group them into one, break down their games in the write-ups and hopefully give the reader a better feel for what the player offers.

For 15-11, click here.

For 10-6, click here.

Spalding’s Cam Whitmore was a no-brainer first team selection

1. Cameron WhitmoreCameronWhitmore6'6" | PFArchbishop Spalding | 2022State#97NationMD | 6’7 | Archbishop Spalding

Whitmore was a match-up nightmare no matter who he lined up against. A knee injury that sidelined him for his entire freshmen season didn’t impact him whatsoever as he dominated for large portions throughout games. The 6-foot-7 wing was the Cavaliers’ tallest player

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