Posted On: 05/28/20 11:47 PM

The new Prephoops Nevada Rankings are out. This is our most extensive player list ever, featuring 95 of the top players in the state. These rankings take into account among other things, players’ production from the 2019-20 season, as well as any camps, tournaments, or events taking place before the cancelation of the grassroots Spring season. In this article, PH takes a look at some of the players that made the biggest leap in the c/o 2022.

Shane ThomasShaneThomas6'3" | SGCentennial | 2022StateNV 6’3 SF Centennial 12↑6 - Thomas rose for several reasons, the #1 being, that he probably wouldn’t have been ranked so low if he played during the high school season. A 3 and D guy with terrific athleticism, a lot of this is potential and projection, but I’m confident that the majority of coaches that walk into the gym will leave very impressed after seeing him.

Elijah JohnsonElijahJohnson5'10" | PGDurango | 2022StateNV 5’10 PG Durango 19↑16 (featured image)- Johnson moved up mostly because of his play on the defensive ends, in high-level high school varsity games. He has great lateral quickness and is one of the top returning on-ball defenders in the state.

Brandon EnriquezBrandonEnriquez6'6" | CRancho | 2022StateNV 6’6 PF Rancho 36↑22-

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