Posted On: 05/12/20 5:31 PM

A few weeks back 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 lesser known prospects – outside the Top 60 – who could be value-add pieces to a college program come two seasons from now.

Shyheim ParmShyheimParm6'1" | CGCajon | 2022State, Cajon - The 6-foot-1 combo guard has a ton of natural ability and impressive feel for the game. Parm is a physical and strong finisher around the basket, using his strength to get downhill and absorb and finish through contact. One of the best parts of Parm’s game is his defensive versatility and anticipation on that end of the floor.

Jake HeberleJakeHeberle6'4" | SFSanta Margarita | 2022State, Santa Margarita - The 6-foot-4 wing proved to be one of the Eagles most consistent scoring threats this season. His ability to hit the catch-and-shoot three-pointer opened up driving lanes and plenty of backdoor cut opportunities. Heberle finishes well around the basket with either hand, can play out of pick-and-pop action and moves well without the ball.

Shyheim ParmShyheimParm6'1" | CGCajon | 2022State, Cajon - The 6-foot-1 combo guard has a ton of natural ability and impressive feel for the game. Parm is a physical and strong finisher around the basket, using his strength to get downhill and absorb and finish through contact. One of the best parts of Parm’s game is his defensive versatility and anticipation on that end of the floor. Jake HeberleJakeHeberle6'4" | SFSanta Margarita | 2022State, Santa Margarita - The 6-foot-4 wing proved to be one of the Eagles most consistent scoring threats this season. His ability to hit the catch-and-shoot three-pointer opened up driving lanes and plenty of backdoor cut opportunities. Heberle finishes well around the basket with either hand, can play out of pick-and-pop action and moves well without the ball. Jermaine Rogers IIJermaineRogers II6'1" | SGAyala | 2022State, Ayala - Rogers is an explosive and dynamic scorer at 6-feet-1. The sophomore is difficult to keep in front when he gets a full head of steam in transition and uses that burst, along with his strong frame, to accelerate into the paint and absorb and finish through contact. Rogers plays with a high level of energy on both ends of the floor. Vinny FerrariVinnyFerrari6'0" | PGFrancis Parker | 2022State, Francis Parker - The younger Ferrari plays a little bit like his older brother, Brown-bound point guard Kimo FerrariKimoFerrari5'11" | PGFrancis Parker | 2020State, in that both of them operate with good pace, court vision and feel for the game. The 6-footer is more of an off-guard who is comfortable shooting off the catch or using his speed to get in the paint and put pressure on the rim. Dahnte RussellDahnteRussell5'8" | PGHarvard-Westlake | 2022State, Harvard-Westlake - The 5-foot-8 point guard spent last season playing behind the talented and high IQ Spencer HubbardSpencerHubbard5'9" | PGHarvard-Westlake | 2020State and when Russell did get his playing time of the bench, he flashed some tools that reminded us of Hubbard. Russell has good speed, court awareness and a confidence with the ball that is much needed when playing at the level the Wolverines are used to competing at.

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