Posted On: 05/7/20 3:02 PM

Prep Hoops West Virginia released its inaugural 2022 class rankings this week and the updated list features 49 players.

Here Prep Hoops takes a look at the top two small forwards, power forwards and centers in the class of 2022 in WV.



Lamar HurstLamarHurst6'7" | SFBuckhannon- Upshur | 2022StateWV- Buckhannon-Upshur 2022

Hurst, standing at 6’7”, is someone who just oozes potential. He is a long, athletic wing at Buckhannon-Upshur. Hurst is a solid 3 point shooter off the catch. He is a very good finisher and plays above the rim. Defensively is where he shines. At 6’7”, he can guard 1-4 because of his length and athleticism. He is also a good shot blocker who has a good sense of timing. Hurst should be receiving Division I interest.


Jarius JacksonJariusJackson6'5" | SFMingo Central | 2022StateWV- Mingo Central 2022

Jackson, a 6’5” wing from Mingo Central, had a productive sophomore year. Offensively, Jarius does a great job running the floor, jumps extremely well (getting a lot of dunks), has great hands, has a solid perimeter game and has good body control on his finishes. Defensively, his length and athletic ability allow him to frustrate

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