Class of 2022 Rankings: Biggest Risers
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With the class of 2022 rankings set to be updated shortly, here’s a look at the players who will make the biggest jumps… No. 21 Greyson Pritzl Greyson Pritzl 6'3" | SG West Allis Central | 2022 State WI…
With the class of 2022 rankings set to be updated shortly, here’s a look at the players who will make the biggest jumps…
No. 21(West Allis Central)
Lights out shooter with unlimited range and a killer instinct. The Air Force commit is averaging 23.5 points and nearly four assists per game during his senior season. Pritzl is a high volume scorer that’s capable of making a lot of tough shots. He’s currently shooting 38.4 percent from 3-point range.
Glenn has continued to battle some health concerns, but it’s not keeping him away from the game. The senior guard is worthy of a top 50 spot regardless of how long his career lasts. A skilled, athletic lefty who can shoot the rock, Glenn is averaging 16 points and five rebounds per game for a very deep and loaded Viking squad.
Love the potential and upside of Paider. It’s all started to click for the bouncy, mobile, and versatile forward over the past six months or so. At 6-foo-7, Paider is beginning to believe and his confidence is sky high. Paider is impacting the game in a variety of different ways and showing major flashes on the offensive and defensive end of the floor. Paider is averaging a double-double at 11 points and 10 rebounds for the No. 1 ranked team in the state. Don’t sleep on passing ability in the high post either.
Pitta has a big scoring mentality, but knows when to dial it back. A guy that could be putting up huge numbers at a lot of different programs, Pitta is still averaging 16 points and five assists per game. The senior guard plays with excellent pace, puts a ton of pressure on the defense with his downhill, attacking style, and has transformed into more of a point guard/floor general this season.
No. 72(New Berlin West)
One of the most well-rounded prospects in Wisconsin, Daniels is a swiss army knife on the floor. Daniels is having a big senior season in the Woodland West Conference, posting 22 points, 15 rebounds, and four assists per game. The 6-foot-4 wing can also play/defend four different positions on the floor.
Malterer was hurt by not having a junior season. He’s come back stronger than ever, averaging 23 points per game this season. A crafty guard that just lives in the paint, Malterer won’t blow anybody away athletically, but he’s got a knack for maneuvering in traffic and a number of different tricks in his bag.
No. 86(Oshkosh North)
UW-Oshkosh kept Seckar at home. A solid lead guard with an excellent feel for the game, Seckar may not always score a ton of points, but you notice his impact on the floor. A crafty, skilled guard that can get his team organized and tie all the talent around him together, Seckar is an unselfish playmaker. Think he’s also got the tools to go get buckets and break down defenses when he needs to rise to the occasion.
No. 119(West Allis Central)
Just a junkyard dog that loves the game. Gille can probably still move up higher on the list. He’s undersized at 6-foot-4, but is extremely strong, aggressive, and arguably has the best motor in the state. Gille is chipping in with 14 points and seven rebounds per game, alongside two scholarship college prospects. The senior forward is headed to UW-Stevens Point next season.