Posted On: 06/2/20 1:49 PM

The 2022 class is a good one at the top but over the next 6-9 months, some of these players will have a chance to shine in their Junior seasons.

Jaden SchoolerJadenSchooler5'8" | PGFern Creek | 2022StateKY, Fern Creek - The son of Fern Creek’s head coach, Schooler was a role player as a Sophomore and could see a bigger role this season. While his natural position is point guard, Jaden is likely best as a catch and shoot guard alongside Jaden RogersJadenRogers6'1" | PGFern Creek | 2021StateKY or Darien LewisDarienLewis5'11" | PGFern Creek | 2022StateKY

Julion BeardJulionBeard5'10" | PGButler | 2022StateKY, Butler - Beard has patiently waited for his chance to run the offense for Butler and his time has come. Two years ago he was the floor general for a talented Butler freshman team that will be the majority of the varsity rotation for the Bears this season. Capable of getting into the paint or knocking down an open 3, Julion should see a huge uptick in playing time and production this season.

Donovan RobinsonDonovanRobinson5'7" | PGRyle | 2022StateKY, Ryle - Donovan was the leading scorer for the Raiders as s Sophomore and could be a 20 point per game scorer in his Junior season. Robinson struggled to score the ball inside the 3

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