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Posted On: 05/7/20 2:30 PM

Last week we revamped our class of 2022 rankings with input from our staff members in the SoCal region. What came of those discussions was the most comprehensive and unbiased rankings in the Southern California area for rising juniors. This piece takes a look at lower ranked players who have a chance to rise in our next update, based on the expectation that there will at least be a high school season in 2020-2021.

Isaac PeraltaIsaacPeralta6'0" | PGJSerra | 2022State, JSerra - The high IQ point guard should take over the starting spot for graduating senior Justin WilliamsJustinWilliams6'1" | SGJSerra | 2020State#386Nation next season. The 6-foot-1 junior-to-be plays with nice pace, is a reliable decision maker and can score with crafty finishes around the basket or pull-up jumpers in transition and half-court settings. Peralta currently sits at No. 44 in our rankings.

The 6-foot-1 point guard should see starters minutes for JSerra next season.

Cord StansberryCordStansberry6'3" | SGShadow Hills | 2022State, Shadow Hills - We went in-depth on Stansberry in one of our top newcomers piece and his stock has already begun to take off with a recent offer from Pepperdine. The 6-foot-3 combo guard has dynamic scoring ability to go

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