Posted On: 08/30/21 9:59 AM

Seniors are heading back for their final year of high school. They will lead their school teams, make a lifetime of memories, and in some cases, set a course for playing ball in college.

With the high school season just a few months away, Prep Hoops has updated the rankings for the Class of 2022. Players moved up and down based on their performance during the spring and summer club season.

Mark Mitchell Mark Mitchell 6'7" | SF Sunrise | 2022 State #12 Nation KS shifts over to Sunrise Christian Academy for his senior year, but remains entrenched at #1, although Gradey Dick Gradey Dick 6'7" | SF Sunrise Christian (KS) | 2022 State #23 Nation KS made a lot of noise this summer.

Several transfers left holes in the upper echelons of the 2022 rankings. Players like Jaron Briggs Jaron Briggs 6'4" | CG Piper | 2022 State KS (pictured), Jace Linenberger Jace Linenberger 6'6" | C Hays | 2022 State KS and Kyle Grill Kyle Grill 6'6" | CG Maize | 2022 State KS took advantage, jumping up several spots.

Check out where small schoolers like Sergio Chavez Sergio Chavez 5'11" | CG Southwestern Heights | 2022 State KS from Southwestern Heights were added to the list.

See what star guard from the 2021 class has reclassified and jumped into the upper echelons of the 2022 ranking. And be sure to note the small school big man who made the biggest jump on the list.

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