Posted On: 09/3/20 8:10 AM

In an effort to provide new and unique ways to cover prospects, we thought it would be important to give some coverage to those that might not always get it. To do that, we will be digging deep into each conference in the state.

After our series of articles on the Class of 2021 who should be valued, we now shift our attention to those in the Class of 2022 and those that need to be on the radar of college coaches. 

We will continue to go through each conference to try and hit as many players as possible with the hopes of helping these juniors the attention of prospective college coaches. 

Drew Brown - Clarinda

The top scoring sophomore in the Hawkeye Ten a year ago was Clarinda's Drew Brown.

Brown scored 220 points, shooting almost 40 percent from the floor. He also hit 31 three-pointers and knocked down 62 percent of his free throws.

To go along with his nightly production on the scoreboard, Brown also chipped in 80 rebounds, 31 assists and 16 steals. 

Baylor Bergren - Red Oak

Red Oak has a pair of key Class of 2022 players starting with Baylor Bergren.

The guard contributed

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