Posted On: 08/31/21 5:00 PM

This is my final installment on prospects in the 2022 class who, I feel, will have a great ending to their high school basketball careers.

B.J. Edwards, Knoxville Catholic: The Tennessee commit is going into his senior season hungry all over again. Despite winning the Mr. Basketball award last season in Division II-AA, Edwards wanted to play in last season’s state title game. Missing out on helping the Fighting Irish, who won the title in 2019, repeat as champs didn’t sit well with the 6-foot-3 point guard, and it will definitely be Edwards’ driving force come postseason time. Edwards is the most complete point guard in the 2022 class, thanks to his ability to do everything then some. Edwards knows how to fill up the stat sheet with steals, assists, rebounds, and points. Knoxville Catholic will be a team on the prowl in 2021, looking to win its second state title in three seasons. With Edwards as the floor general, it’s definitely possible.

Evan Eursher, Webb School: Eursher caught the eyes of a lot of mid-major programs over the summer. When it comes to scoring ability, Eursher’s name should be mentioned. The 6-3 guard can score without breaking a sweat.

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