Posted On: 12/23/20 1:03 PM

In a league with only five teams, the star players are easy to recognize because they stick out like a frog on a fencepost but college programs will overlook the teammates of the star because they do not stand out. Each of these teams has at least one player on their squad that coaches and scouts are not seeing, undervaluing or just flat out missing out on. Whether they are seniors who need to be seen before season’s end or juniors looking to be mentioned among the best in the deep 2022 graduation class, these are the sleeper players in the Central Catholic League. 

Noah Grayem- Senior; Bishop Watterson: Also a three-year letterman third baseman on the baseball team, Grayem plans to swing for the fences on the basketball court this season. In 2019-2020, Grayem scored just over five points per game with a 16-point season high in 14 total varsity games. He was the team’s third leading scorer in Watterson’s first game where he only scored five points but combined it with smothering defense and making smart, winning plays. Standing at 6-foot-3, Grayem can defend both guard spots consistently and give offense players fits with

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