Posted On: 02/12/21 10:47 AM

The high school season is slowly getting ready for the state tournament 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 power forwards for the in-state class of 2022.

Andrew LeeperAndrewLeeper6'6" | PFHomestead | 2022StateIN (Homestead)

It’s tough to say Leeper is ’underrated’ in the big picture, but because he is playing alongside Luke GoodeLukeGoode6'6" | SFHomestead | 2021State#107NationIN and Fletcher LoyerFletcherLoyer6'5" | SGHomestead | 2022StateIN, two Big Ten commits, he can be overshadowed at times.

Leeper is a 6-foot-6, 200-pound hybrid forward who plays his role perfectly for Homestead. The lefty is a good shooter who has range that stretches out to the three-point line. His mid-range ability is excellent as well. Leeper is relatively quick for his position and has good ball handling skills for his size to be able to beat defenders off of the dribble.

With good length, he is a good rebounder and defender as well. 

Leeper is averaging 7.5 points, 5.7 rebounds and

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