Posted On: 09/2/21 9:24 AM

The departure of the 2021 class leaves gaping holes in rosters across the state. Which players will help lead their team’s reload next season?

Alijah Matthews Alijah Matthews 5'11" | CG Racine St. Catherine's | 2022 WI - Racine St. Catherines - 2022:
Unranked for now, but that shouldn’t last long. Two of Racine St. Catherine’s best players led the 2021 class exodus, and Matthews will step in as the main guard to replace them. Matthews has the capability to reign in a roster, even a new-look one. This summer, he delivered consistent production for Gallo through high IQ drives and smart shots. In most games, he threaded the defense with quick drives and superb court awareness. Never gets outside himself, but consistently plays high-level basketball.

Dan Gherezgher Dan Gherezgher 6'1" | SG Brookfield East | 2022 State WI - Brookfield East - 2022:
Gherezgher played second-fiddle all of last year, blossoming in the role. PHW scouts are consistently high on him; the consensus is that he’s only scratched the surface of his potential. We’ll see the wing take off next year with the keys to the offense. He’s spindly with long arms and longer legs. On offense, he’s snuck a bit of everything into his highlights: raining down jumpers, crossing defenders, and finishing above the

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