Posted On: 06/28/21 10:30 PM

The rankings are out! The updated PrepHoops Nevada C/O 2022 rankings have been released. These are our most extensive rankings to date with 98 players making the list. The class features several players that excel at both backcourt spots. In this article, we take a look at the top Combo Guards in the class of 2022. 

Jamir Stephens Jamir Stephens 6'1" | CG Desert Pines | 2022 State NV 6’1 CG Desert Pines #10 - Stephens is a unique talent and the prototypical Combo guard. At 6’1 he can create for himself off iso’s, and defend opposing two guards. He has PG-level handle, with some nifty COD’s which allow him to breakdown opponents and create for teammates. 

Parsa Hadjighasemi Parsa Hadjighasemi 6'4" | CG Carson | 2022 State NV 6’4 Carson #20 - Hadjighasemi is a knock-down shooter that is lethal in catch-and-shoot action. He leans more to the two-guard side but does have a good handle, and the ability to create for teammates. The Carson guard has terrific size for the position and falls into one of the state’s sleeper categories as well. 

Torak TT Valosek Torak TT Valosek 6'4" | CG Incline | 2022 State NV 6’4 Incline #21 - Not sure what to make of Valosek, he is a physical specimen that dominates games with his size and downhill ability. For Incline, he

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