Posted On: 01/8/21 9:19 AM

The class of 2022 is stacked in the state of Idaho and the new rankings show just how difficult it is to make sure that everyone is placed in the slot that they rightfully deserve. There are a lot of great juniors this year located all over the state and the 2020-21 season will show how many players could make an argument for being in the top spot. With the new rankings being rolled out, there have been a couple of players that have made drastic leaps in the rankings for this season. Continue reading for a look at 3 players that have been able to make a big leap in the new rankings this year.

Titus YearoutTitusYearout6'1" | PGLapwai | 2022StateID, Lapwai: Yearout is one of the most versatile players in the state and he never gets the proper recognition due to playing for a small school against lower level competition. Titus has the skill and ability to compete at a high level which is evidenced by his ability to routinely post double figure games in points, assists, and rebounds. Yearout does it all for the Wildcats and he is one of the best players in the state without question.

Titus YearoutTitusYearout6'1" | PGLapwai | 2022StateID, Lapwai: Yearout is one of the most versatile players in the state and he never gets the proper recognition due to playing for a small school against lower level competition. Titus has the skill and ability to compete at a high level which is evidenced by his ability to routinely post double figure games in points, assists, and rebounds. Yearout does it all for the Wildcats and he is one of the best players in the state without question. Johnny SugarmanJohnnySugarman6'0" | PGAmbrose | 2022StateID, Ambrose: Sugarman made a big leap in the rankings this time around as he has been able to establish himself as a high-level point guard with the ability to lead any team to victory. Johnny has all of the skills a point guard needs and he can shoot from outside with ease, or drive all the way to the basket after a barrage of crossovers and finish over the top of a tall defender. Johnny is an exciting player to watch and he will be popping up on a lot of watch lists this season. Lakota SteeleLakotaSteele6'4" | SFCole Valley Christian | 2022StateID, Cole Valley: Lakota nearly cracked the top 10 in this ranking and he could easily make a case for being higher by the time he is finished with his high school career. Steele has great size for a shooting guard and he can play both inside and outside making him a very difficult cover. Steele can shoot the ball at a high rate from outside, but he also favors a pull-up jumper and the ability to get to the rim for easy baskets. Lakota will make a big impression this season as he helps lead the Chargers on their quest for a state championship.

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