Posted On: 09/25/20 4:00 PM

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

Here are some of the top point guards:

Trey BrandtTreyBrandt6'0" | PGBeulah | 2022StateND, Beulah

Brandt took his game to an all-state level as a sophomore, averaging 21 points, six rebounds and four assists for a Beulah team that won the Region 7 title for the third year in a row. He had a solid (albeit shortened due to injury) grassroots showing, excelling as a defender and role player with the Pentagon Schoolers. He’s a grinder on both ends of the floor and just so steady. 

Carson HegerleCarsonHegerle6'3" | PGWest Fargo | 2022StateND, West Fargo

Hegerle is one of the most talented players in the 2022 class and should be one of the best players in the EDC over the next two years. He’s a big, athletic lead guard who can defend three positions, get out in transition and make plays for his teammates. The only thing missing from his game at this point is a reliable jumper. If he adds that to his repertoire, he’s an all-state guy. 

Joe Buzalsky, Bismarck Legacy

Buzalsky was a role player for the Sabers

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