Posted On: 09/14/20 7:50 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. 

Dayton DavisDaytonDavis6'2" | SFFort Madison | 2022StateIA - Fort Madison

Fort Madison will look to Class of 2022 prospect Dayton DavisDaytonDavis6'2" | SFFort Madison | 2022StateIA to carry them into the coming season.

As a sophomore, Davis averaged a team-high 11.6 points per game, shooting 34 percent from the field and almost 28 percent from the three-point line. He also had 103 rebounds, 69 steals, 45 assists, 21 made three-pointers and 10 blocked shots for the Bloodhounds. 

Kasen BaileyKasenBailey6'0" | SGWashington | 2022StateIA - Washington

Despite being limited to 14 games last year, Washington’s Dayton DavisDaytonDavis6'2" | SFFort Madison | 2022StateIA - Fort Madison Fort Madison will look to Class of 2022 prospect Dayton DavisDaytonDavis6'2" | SFFort Madison | 2022StateIA to carry them into the coming season. As a sophomore, Davis averaged a team-high 11.6 points per game, shooting 34 percent from the field and almost 28 percent from the three-point line. He also had 103 rebounds, 69 steals, 45 assists, 21 made three-pointers and 10 blocked shots for the Bloodhounds.  Kasen BaileyKasenBailey6'0" | SGWashington | 2022StateIA - Washington Despite being limited to 14 games last year, Washington’s Kasen BaileyKasenBailey6'0" | SGWashington | 2022StateIA made an impact. Bailey scored 187 points, shooting 46 percent from the floor, 42 percent from the three-point line and 87 percent at the free throw stripe. He made 30 three-pointers and also had 25 rebounds, 25 assists and five steals. Amarion DavisAmarionDavis6'1" | SFBurlington | 2022StateIA - Burlington Burlington found its groove late in the season, including scoring 100 points in a win over Oskaloosa. The Grayhounds finished with 12 wins and will look to returning players like Amarion DavisAmarionDavis6'1" | SFBurlington | 2022StateIA to keep that momentum going. Davis had 156 points, 57 rebounds, 32 assists and nine steals in 16 games, shooting almost 51 percent from the floor. He also knocked down 14 three-pointers and made almost 70 percent of his free throw attempts.  MJ Davis - Keokuk Keokuk’s MJ Davis supplied a little bit of everything last year, as the Class of 2022 prospect recorded 146 points, 60 rebounds, 40 steals and 22 assists. He had 21 rebounds on the offensive glass and shot 40 percent from the field with 19 made triples.  Jackson Carlson - Burlington Another young piece Burlington is building around is Jackson Carlson, as the Class of 2022 player had 106 points with 40 rebounds, 14 assists and 10 steals. Carlson shot 55 percent from the field and made 13 three-pointers. He also was effective at the line, sinking 74 percent of his free throw attempts. 

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