Posted On: 09/23/20 2:00 PM

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

Here are a few guys who moved up the rankings:

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

Albers enjoyed a strong sophomore year with Bismarck Legacy, averaging better than nine points and six rebounds for a Sabers team that was competitive in the WDA. The skill is there for him to be a matchup nightmare for teams, as he’s 6-foot-5 with the ball skills to shoot and make plays but also the mobility and motor to rebound and produce in the paint. 

Ian MotschenbacherIanMotschenbacher5'8" | PGFargo Davies | 2022StateND, Fargo Davies

Motschenbacher didn’t see much varsity time as a sophomore but there’s no doubt that he’s got the ability to be one of the best point guards in the 2022 class. He’s a skilled long-range shooter who can get hot and he’s a heady playmaker who does a good job balancing looking for his own offense with facilitating. This winter will be a big opportunity for him as he’ll presumably have the keys in the Eagles’ offense.

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

Nhial saw mop up minutes with

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