Posted On: 09/24/20 3:00 PM

If you missed it, Prep Hoops dropped its updated rankings for the 2022 class. 

Here are a few guys who earned spots after being previously unranked:

Zander AlbersZanderAlbers6'5" | PFBismarck Legacy | 2022StateND, Bismarck Legacy

Albers was one of the top sophomores in the WDA last season, averaging better than nine points and about six rebounds for Bismarck Legacy. He showed a little bit of everything, shooting it from the 3-point line relatively well, scoring off the dribble, rebounding and defending. He’ll have a big role this winter for a Sabers team that should be among the best in Class A. 

Treysen EaglestaffTreysenEaglestaff6'5" | SFBismarck | 2022StateND, Bismarck

Eaglestaff burst onto the scene as a sophomore, averaging better than 12 points per game for a Bismarck team that reached the state semifinals before the season was cut short. He was inconsistent at times, but showed he’s capable of filling it up and carrying an offense for stretches. At 6-foot-5, Eaglestaff has the size and athleticism to play on the wing and defend multiple positions. He’s one of the highest potential players in the 2022 class after the top few guys. 

Michael NhialMichaelNhial6'6" | SFWest Fargo Sheyenne | 2022StateND, West Fargo Sheyenne

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