Posted On: 01/22/22 9:36 PM

The irony of last season is that it provided an abundance of opportunities for players to come from off the radar to make a name for themselves this year. Some of them were already established while other players have taken advantage of the last couple of years to develop. In this article, we take a look at some of the top Sleepers around the state. 

Michael Klekas Michael Klekas 6'3" | SF Elko | 2022 State NV 6’3 SF Elko 2022 (#11PHN 2022) - Klekas has dominated throughout his H.S career, and only makes the list because of playing at a small school. His offensive package is a combination of elite-level fundamentals with shooting accuracy. The forward never looks like the fastest or most athletic player on the court, yet he constantly gets his shot off. He is in the midst of another monster season averaging 24 and 10 on the year. 

Bryant Largarady Bryant Largarady 6'8" | SF Canyon Springs | 2022 State NV 6’8 SF Canyon Springs 2022 (#49PHN 2022) - Lagarady has come a long way over the course of the last two seasons. The senior forward is showing off the skill set that made him a high-ranking player as a freshman. His size and versatility make him an intriguing sleeper. Largarady is averaging

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