Posted On: 06/3/20 7:04 AM

The 757 has talent in every age group for the game of basketball. However, 2022 may very well be the deepest pool of talent. Down below are four 2022 players with rising stock.

Donald Hand Jr-6’4/Shooting Guard. Donald Hand Jr is one of the most exciting guards in the area as well as one of the most consistent. Hand Jr has the ideal size for a two guard at any level of basketball, with great height and wingspan. Hand Jr is also a marksman, hitting more than 6 threes in one half of a playoff game. Look for Hand Jr to rake in the offers as he rounds out his game.

Jayden EppsJaydenEpps6'0" | PGKings Fork | 2022State#79NationVA-6’1/Point Guard. Epps by far recieved the most attention for any player in the 757 this past season regardless of class. Epps was electric running the Kings Fork offense this year, using his long range bombs to terrorize the opposition. Averaging over 25+ a game, look for Epps to continue his run as an elite scorer heading into his junior season.

Kanye ClaryKanyeClary5'11" | PGPrincess Anne | 2022StateVA-5’10/Point Guard. Kanye ClaryKanyeClary5'11" | PGPrincess Anne | 2022StateVA is considered one of the best traditional point guards in the 757. Incredibly quick with a tight

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