Posted On: 11/21/21 1:46 AM
The 2022 class is the most skilled and talented bunch of seniors in the country, stacked with several nationally ranked recruits and future NBA draft prospects. With the Texas high school basketball season underway, we take a peek into the newly updated 2022 Texas player rankings with a new look to the top-5 as well as the top-25.
#11 | Quion Williams Quion Williams 6'4" | SF Mansfield Legacy | 2022 State #107 Nation TX | Small Forward/Shooting Guard | Mansfield Legacy HS
Mansfield Legacy’s Quion Williams Quion Williams 6'4" | SF Mansfield Legacy | 2022 State #107 Nation TX has proven time and time again to be a hard-working, explosive, two-way ballplayer with top-notch speed and acceleration that allows him to get up in down the floor in a blink of an eye. A truly relentless penetrator off the dribble with the skills and lightning-quick first step to get into the teeth of the defense at will. Once inside Quion completes plays with power and finesse, often muscling his way through defenders and finishing with up and unders or reverse layups. Williams became one of the hottest prospects in the nation after taking home the 5A Newcomer of the Year on averages of 18 points and 7 rebounds per game, also going on to have a breakout summer with what some consider to be the top circuit team in Texas, Southern Assault 3SSB. His stock shot through the roof and it seemed like every major college in Texas wanted their chance at Quion Williams Quion Williams 6'4" | SF Mansfield Legacy | 2022 State #107 Nation TX from the likes of TCU, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, and the University of Houston before the Oklahoma State Cowboys eventually won him over.
#14 | Ryan Agarwal Ryan Agarwal 6'7" | SF Coppell | 2022 State #99 Nation TX | Small Forward | Coppell HS
Coppell High School superstar, Ryan Agarwal Ryan Agarwal 6'7" | SF Coppell | 2022 State #99 Nation TX , is by far the best and most pure all-around shooter in Texas and quite possibly the entire country. Ryan is such an unbelievable shooter, he’s a marvel to watch, something you just have to see to believe. His jumpshot is phenomenal, has great balance, textbook form, with a very high and quick release. Ryan has no problem getting his shot off with a hand in his face or with the defense closing out, his jumper is nearly unblockable due to his 6-foot-7-inch length. Agarwal can knock down any shot, from any angle, from any spot on the floor; open set shots, coming off screens, stepback jumpers, turnaround jumpers, catch-and-shoot jumpers, and sweet soft touch pull-up jumpers, with range out to the parking lot. Agarwal’s stock has been steadily on the rise since he suited up for his last ride with 3d Empire this past summer and proceeded to crush all of the top competition in the nation, showcasing where he stands among the best. The Stanford commit averaged Over 18 points and 6 rebounds per game as a junior and has already allocated over 1000 points in his career, and is now on the hunt for 1500. Watch out for Ryan Agarwal Ryan Agarwal 6'7" | SF Coppell | 2022 State #99 Nation TX to have a major season scoring the rock.
#17 | Alex Anamekwe Alex Anamekwe 6'6" | PF McKinney | 2022 State TX | Foward | McKinney HS
Meet 6-foot-6 Alex Anamekwe Alex Anamekwe 6'6" | PF McKinney | 2022 State TX , a returning 6A district Defensive MVP with a high level offensive skill set. The McKinney forward is a college-ready player that is as consistent as they come with a heightened ability to rebound, facilitate, and score from all three levels of the court. After putting up an impactful 11 points, 6 boards, and nearly 2 blocks and steals per game, Anamekwe competed alongside Addias’ top circuit squad, Team Trae Young 3SSB and his team-first style of play garnered a lot of attention this past summer from major Division 1 universities such as the University of Alabama, the University of Tulsa, Utah State, and Texas Tech before ultimately deciding to stay close to home and attend SMU. Alex Anamekwe Alex Anamekwe 6'6" | PF McKinney | 2022 State TX plays a major role in what makes McKinney go, this young man will be the x-factor for the McKinney Lions all the way to the end.
#18 | Camron Amboree Camron Amboree 6'2" | CG Shadow Creek | 2022 State TX | Point Guard | Shadow Creek HS
Cam is set to have a huge senior season, expected to go from being a 6A First-Team All-District honoree to an Offensive MVP if not the 6A District MVP. Amboree is a masterful shot creator and playmaker with the ball in his hand, absolutely unguardable in the halfcourt. A true dribbling machine that can easily break a defender down to get to any area on the floor he pleases. Very efficient shot maker that can shoot the lights out from well beyond the arc and pull-up or finish from all three levels of the floor. The offensive skill set he displays is on a whole other level and one of the best in the country. Recruitment blew up in his last summer with 3d Empire, receiving the attention of Cal State Fullerton, Georgia Southern, Mount St. Mary’s, McNeese State, Ohio University, Wofford College, and Oral Roberts University where Amboree recently signed to further his basketball career. Camron Amboree Camron Amboree 6'2" | CG Shadow Creek | 2022 State TX has been a fan favorite in the state of Texas for some time now, expect to hear his name in the talks for the Player of the Year and quite possibly Texas Mr. Basketball.
#20 | Chancellor White Chancellor White 6'6" | SG Richmond Foster | 2022 State TX | Shooting Guard | Richmond Foster HS
Richmond Foster’s Chancellor White Chancellor White 6'6" | SG Richmond Foster | 2022 State TX is a 5A First Team All-District performer in one of the most talented divisions in the Greater Houston Area. Last season, White put up about 500 points in total, averaging over 18 points and 5 rebounds per game. 6-foot-6-inch Chancellor White is known as a sharpshooting catch-and-shoot three-point specialist that can light it up in bunches from any spot beyond the perimeter. Not only is he often the best shooter on the floor but he always has one of the highest motors out there, constantly competing on the defensive end and doing whatever it takes to keep possessions alive offensively. White was heavily recruited by many programs such as Colorado University, the University of Houston, Rice University, Louisiana Tech, Oral Roberts, Sam Houston State, Old Dominion and at one point in time he even committed to East Carolina University. But after playing big on the Under Armor Circuit and gaining a lot more attention, he reconsidered his future and eventually decided to take his talents to Lafayette to play for the University of Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns.