Posted On: 08/24/21 12:00 PM

Indiana’s Class of 2022 prospect rankings were released on Monday evening. Make sure to go check them out if you haven’t already. Now, let’s take a look at five guards who improved their ranking the most since the last update in April.

Colin Comer Colin Comer 6'3" | SG Greensburg | 2022 State IN (Greensburg H.S. 2022)

This 6’3" guard had a very good summer playing on the UAA Rise Circuit with D1 Indiana and it culminated in a 50+ spot jump in the class rankings. Comer is a good athlete that will get up and try to dunk on you on his way to the basket. He also creates his own shot off the dribble and is efficient from all three levels. Holds an IU-East offer with more to come through his senior season at Greensburg.

Ryan Conwell Ryan Conwell 6'3" | SG Indianapolis Pike | 2022 State IN (Pike H.S. 2022)

Conwell has been written about as much or more than anyone on this website in July and August. Back at the beginning of June, prior to the Top 100 workout, he held just NAIA offers. Now, he has a high-major offer from Virginia Tech and many other quality programs across the country. Conwell also broke into the state’s Top 10. 

Colin Comer Colin Comer 6'3" | SG Greensburg | 2022 State IN (Greensburg H.S. 2022) This 6’3" guard had a very good summer playing on the UAA Rise Circuit with D1 Indiana and it culminated in a 50+ spot jump in the class rankings. Comer is a good athlete that will get up and try to dunk on you on his way to the basket. He also creates his own shot off the dribble and is efficient from all three levels. Holds an IU-East offer with more to come through his senior season at Greensburg. Ryan Conwell Ryan Conwell 6'3" | SG Indianapolis Pike | 2022 State IN (Pike H.S. 2022) Conwell has been written about as much or more than anyone on this website in July and August. Back at the beginning of June, prior to the Top 100 workout, he held just NAIA offers. Now, he has a high-major offer from Virginia Tech and many other quality programs across the country. Conwell also broke into the state’s Top 10.  Armon Jarrard Armon Jarrard 6'2" | PG Mt. Vernon-Fortville | 2022 State IN (Mt. Vernon Fortville H.S. 2022) Sometimes overshadowed by his twin brother Amhad Jarrard Amhad Jarrard 6'4" | SG Mt. Vernon-Fortville | 2022 State IN who comes in at #15 in our rankings, Armon had a great summer in his own right for George Hill All Indy. The 6’2" point guard committed to IUPUI alongside his brother and picked up over 20 spots in the updated class rankings. Mt. Vernon Fortville will have one of the most potent backcourts in the state of Indiana this season. Karson Jenkins Karson Jenkins 6'1" | PG Fort Wayne Snider | 2022 State IN (Snider H.S. 2022) Jenkins was excellent all summer long running the point for Indy Heat Red. The strong play by the 6’1" lead guard led to a nearly 30 spot jump in the rankings. Jenkins is a big-time scorer that can get it done from all three levels. Very good finisher around the basket. He plays with good pace on the perimeter with the vision to make any pass on the floor. Earned his first Division I offer from Alabama A&M. Branden Northern Branden Northern 5'10" | PG Silver Creek | 2022 State IN (Silver Creek H.S. 2022) Northern jumped a handful of point guards on his way to moving up to #21 overall in the Class of 2022. He isn’t the biggest guy at just 5’10" but he makes up for it with his ball skill and toughness. He is explosive off the dribble getting the basket where he is a creative, efficient finisher. Northern also shot the ball well this summer the handful of times I saw him showing the ability to make 3’s behind the ballscreen. Good all-around playmaker.

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