Posted On: 01/9/21 8:08 PM

The class of 2022 is one the most loaded classes in recent Central Ohio memory, jammed with potential pros and productive college players. There are many types of beasts in this class as well, from athletic wings with big upside to guards that affect the game on both ends of the court. With so much talent in the area, players are bound to be overlooked and undervalued and this is where they can get some shine. Although the Columbus City League has not started yet because they are misguided in their approach, players such as Aaron Williams (Eastmoor Academy), Zion Blevins (Walnut Ridge), and LB Towns (Linden McKinley), are young men that are excellent juniors that deserve a chance to play so they can show why they would be valuable to college programs in the future. Here are more juniors that have been under the radar while balling out for their teams.  

Noah LawrenceNoahLawrence6'0" | PGWesterville North | 2022StateOH- Westerville North: The second-leading scorer on his team, Lawrence has had a solid start to the season, impressing scouts with his offense skill set. Lawrence can handle the ball well and get into the

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