Posted On: 06/7/21 5:21 PM

Big high school seasons, coupled with impressive spring showings, gave a few rising seniors a bump up the Prep Hoops 2022 Rankings.

Check out the moves made by the following players (Note the number of spots a player rose is affected by new entries to the list):

Jimmy Dorsey Jimmy Dorsey 6'5" | SG Wellsville | 2022 State KS , 6-foot-5 shooting guard, Wellsville – 10 spots (#68 to #62):

Dorsey had a huge year at Wellsville scoring the ball. A long athlete who plays a guard/forward hybrid, Dorsey can score from deep and has the size and skill to dominate in the lane. He earned third-team 3A, bursting into the top wings in the state with 20.1 points per game, leading Wellsville to a state tournament berth.

Emmitt Jueneman Emmitt Jueneman 6'1" | SF Hanover | 2022 State KS , 6-foot-1 small forward, Hanover – #79 to #74 (11 spots):

Leading your team to a state title will get you a bump in the rankings. Jueneman was one of the best players in the small school ranks, earning first-team 1A Div. 2. He posted a versatile 18.3 points, 4.0 assists and 3.6 steals per game. He’s off to a good start this spring, leading the Showtime 2022 club.

Trever Quaney Trever Quaney 6'8" | C Burlingame | 2022 State KS , 6-foot-8 center, Burlingame – #105

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