Posted On: 01/20/21 10:31 AM

The high school season is starting to heat up and with that comes a lot of terrific performances from players all over the state. With COVID impacting much of the past summer, most of the 2022 class has still yet to be fully evaluated in person by multiple college programs. As that class starts committing to schools, we look at some of the more underrated point guards for the in-state class of 2022.

Branden NorthernBrandenNorthern5'10" | PGSilver Creek | 2022StateIN (Silver Creek)

Northern is ranked No. 33 in the Indiana 2022 class, but yet still seems to be underrated amongst the top point guards. He is averaging 19.8 points, 4.0 rebounds and 7.1 assists per game this season for Silver Creek. 

At 5-foot-10, Northern has great quickness to get to the rim and does an exceptional job at finishing through contact. He has a good shot, but the best part of his game is breaking down the defense and then, more often times than not, making the right read.

He is a terrific floor general for Silver Creek who is led by Purdue-signee Trey KaufmanTreyKaufman6'8" | PFSilver Creek | 2021State#39NationIN and Toledo-signee Kooper JacobiKooperJacobi6'6" | PFSilver Creek | 2021StateIN.

Charlie SmithCharlieSmith6'1" | PGFishers | 2022StateIN (Fishers)

The 2022 Fishers point guard

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