Posted On: 09/15/20 2:49 PM

The new rankings are out! Thanks to re-class and transfers, the c/o 2022 has gone from a top heavy group to a deep talented one. With so many new arrivals it was impossible to get them all in one article. Here’s a look at part 1 of the newcomers to our updated player rankings.

Marquise JohnsonMarquiseJohnson6'2" | SGBonanza | 2022StateNV 6’2 SG Bonanza (#24) - Johnson is a player that I had seen little of in the past. That changed this Summer as the twin brother of #13 on our list Dontrell JohnsonDontrellJohnson6'5" | PFBonanza | 2022StateNV, excelled. He showed a nice stoke as well as the ability to finish in transition. 

Frank EvansFrankEvans6'2" | SGBonanza | 2022StateNV 6’2 SG Bonanza (#25) - I’m guessing Coach Soares is salivating with all the new talent now available to him. Evans is a smooth scorer with a throwback game. He’s effective from the mid-range, but can also get out in transition and finish. With him and both Johnson Twins now eligible,the boost of talent for the Bengals is huge.

Darrion WilliamsDarrionWilliams6'6" | PFBishop Gorman | 2022StateNV 6’6 SF Bishop Gorman (#7) - As if the 9 time defending state champs weren’t already stacked. Williams joins Storr and c/o 2021 transfer Marquise JohnsonMarquiseJohnson6'2" | SGBonanza | 2022StateNV 6’2 SG Bonanza (#24) - Johnson is a player that I had seen little of in the past. That changed this Summer as the twin brother of #13 on our list Dontrell JohnsonDontrellJohnson6'5" | PFBonanza | 2022StateNV, excelled. He showed a nice stoke as well as the ability to finish in transition.  Frank EvansFrankEvans6'2" | SGBonanza | 2022StateNV 6’2 SG Bonanza (#25) - I’m guessing Coach Soares is salivating with all the new talent now available to him. Evans is a smooth scorer with a throwback game. He’s effective from the mid-range, but can also get out in transition and finish. With him and both Johnson Twins now eligible,the boost of talent for the Bengals is huge. Darrion WilliamsDarrionWilliams6'6" | PFBishop Gorman | 2022StateNV 6’6 SF Bishop Gorman (#7) - As if the 9 time defending state champs weren’t already stacked. Williams joins Storr and c/o 2021 transfer Daniel RouzanDanielRouzan6'8" | PFBishop Gorman | 2021StateNV to add size and depth to an already talented team. He also adds another dimension as the versatile Williams should serve as a playmaker with his back to the basket or when playing the high post. Williams is a high IQ facilitator with good instincts and understanding of offensive basketball. Jaycob McBathJaycobMcBath6'0" | PGDesert Valley Prep | 2022StateNV 6’0 PG Desert Valley Prep (#10) - McBath reclassified down. He was already one of the top guards in the c/o 2021 so I expect his stock to rise rapidly with both the transfer and a full year at DVP. He cracks the top 10 because of his P&R skills, shooting and performances against top competition. AJ StorrAJStorr6'6" | SFBishop Gorman | 2022StateNV 6’6 SG Bishop Gorman (#3) (featured image) - Storr joins the Silver State from Illinois. He has already made a big splash showing off  his scoring and athletic ability against top competition. Dynamic in the open court and with the ability to beat you from behind the line, the 6’6 wing comes to the state holding offers from IUPUI and Chicago St. Follow Prep Hoops Nevada

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