Posted On: 02/4/21 4:48 PM
Our top 60 ranking features 22 new additions. 30 players made a move in the current rankings and countless new prospects are seeing their recruitment pick up speed. There are 30 prospects on the list currently receiving interest from Division 1 and Division 2 levels respectfully. Overall, this class features prospects with great size, feel, and shooting ability with a handful of sleepers who could end up at the Division 1 level when it’s done.
Washington State’s class of 2022 is not as top-heavy as the class of 2021, but it’s deeper in terms of the talent pool of players. This class features a nationally-ranked point guard and recent state champion, Koren JohnsonKorenJohnson6'3" | CGGarfield | 2022State#192NationWA. Prospects like Tyler LinhardtTylerLinhardt6'7" | PFKing's | 2022State#139NationWA, Maleek AringtonMaleekArington6'3" | CGAuburn | 2022StateWA, and Tre BlassingameTreBlassingame6'5" | SGAuburn | 2022StateWA all hold PAC 12 offers. While guys like Tyler MrusTylerMrus6'6" | SFSeattle Prep | 2022State#236NationWA, Braeden SmithBraedenSmith5'11" | PGSeattle Prep | 2022StateWA, Cooper ChurchCooperChurch6'9" | PFTahoma | 2022StateWA, and Quin PattersonQuinPatterson6'8" | SFMt Si | 2022StateWA all hold scholarship offers of their own respectfully. While prospects like Demar Johnson-DillardDemarJohnson-Dillard5'10" | PGBothell | 2022StateWA, Louis Grante-HallidayLouisGrante-Halliday6'6" | SGEastside Catholic | 2022StateWA, Isaiah WattsIsaiahWatts6'4" | SGWest Seattle | 2022StateWA, and Tyler BilodeauTylerBilodeau6'7" | PFKamiakin | 2022StateWA look to cement themselves as legit players on the west coast.