Posted On: 08/25/21 5:34 PM

The 2022 class is deep with talent all around, and that is no exception in the guard department. These seven guards all head into their senior years a bit more under-the-radar than some other prospects, but have proven to be worth a look from college coaches. 

Gedeon Musabyimana Gedeon Musabyimana 6'1" | PG St. Paul Central | 2022 State MN (6’1 2022 PG, St. Paul Central)- Last season’s floor general for a solid St. Paul Central team, Gedeon is a hard working player who simply wants to get better and win games. He has a bit more length to him than his height suggests, and uses that to his advantage as an on-ball defender with the ability to poke the ball free from opposing guards. With the ball in his hands he has a solid feel for the game, and can make plays as both a facilitator and scorer in pick & roll situations. He adds in some range beyond the arc and has been working this offseason to improve his explosiveness. After averaging 14.7 points and 4.2 assists last year for a team that graduated a lot, Gedeon will carry a big workload as a senior.

Carson Kolles Carson Kolles 5'10" | PG Monticello | 2022 State MN (5’10 2022 PG, Monticello)- I had the chance to see Carson

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