The class of 2022 in the Chsaa lost a year’s eligibility last year. So look for them to go all out and secure scholarships.
. 6”8. Cardinal Hayes HS (pictured)
The academic low and mid-majors love him because of his talent plus his 4.00 GPA. The high majors better get involved quickly. This is a high major player. Extremely strong in the post. Can score with either hand around the rim. Outstanding rebounder. Northeastern, Manhattan, Bowling Green plus many others have offered.
R J Green 6”5 Iona Prep HS
Extremely tough going to the rim. Quick first step. Determined to score the ball. Scores at all three levels. Very athletic. Binghamton, Quinnipiac, Hofstra, Manhattan plus many others have offered.
Nate Boateng. 6”6. Fordham Prep HS
A rim protector. Tremendous leaper. Flushes it with authority. But is much more than that. He has the whole game. Can step out and shoot the perimeter jumper. Plus on the defensive end, he is an athletic rim protector.
. 6”5. Mount St. Michael HS
Tremendous talent. Really good handle and passer. Scores a variety of ways. Terrific rebounder. George Mason, Illinois, Hofstra plus many others have offered.
. 6”8. Cardinal Hayes HS
Elite skillset. Good rotation coming out of his hand. Nice touch from the outside. Athletic frame. Has all the tools. Just tapping the surface. Probably hurt by not having a season last year more them anybody on this list.
Jaiden Daughtry 6”6. St Francis Prep HS
Long lanky, lefty, lights-out shooter. Blocks and alters shots. Tremendous potential. Extremely talented with a lot of potential also was hurt by not playing last year but if you don’t know him already you will this year.
. 6”5. Stepinac HS
An athletic long wing. The spring and summer events have shown he can play multiple positions. Excellent defender and rebounder. He can lead the break after securing a defensive rebound. With his handle, he can cut the corner and get to the rim.