Posted On: 05/14/20 12:00 PM

The 2022 class in Minnesota appears to be loaded with college prospects of all levels. From names known on a national level, to prospects still waiting to breakout on to the local scene. These seven prospects are ranked outside of the top-10, but have the potential to rise in the rankings over their remaining two years of high school.

Cody PennebakerCodyPennebaker6'2" | SGSt. Francis | 2022StateMN (6’4 2022 CG, St. Francis)- Cody has been flying way under the radar, and after averaging 13.7 ppg in his first season playing varsity, expect him to rise substantially in our next rankings update. I’m not saying he’s the next Tyrell Terry, but there are a lot of similarities in both their frames and feel for the game. Cody looks like a natural with the ball in his hands, is a crafty finisher around the rim, and can knock down threes off the catch or dribble (even kicks his right leg out similar to Tyrell Terry). He was listed at 6’2 during the high school season, but has grown to 6’4, further adding to his potential.

Ahjany LeeAhjanyLee6'8" | PFByron | 2022StateMN (6’8 2022 PF, Byron)- With a similar mold to 2018 prospect Sy Chatman, Ahjany LeeAhjanyLee6'8" | PFByron | 2022StateMN is

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