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Chris Beard and staff continue working to put together the best roster possible for the 2021-22 season, but the decisions on which prospects to go all in on in the uber important 2022 recruiting class is beginning to take shape ahead of June visits and the live period at the end of June and into July.
Like the 2022 class on the gridiron, the class of 2022 is absolutely loaded inside the state lines with a number of top ranked players nationally.
With the spring AAU circuit now in the rearview mirror, IT has updated the top 25 prospects in the state.
Keyonte George has been flat out spectacular at times this spring, and makes the jump to No. 1 with Arterio Morris going to No. 2. From a pure talent level, these two are ahead of the remainder of a very talented class.
Anthony Black also moves up to No. 4, bumping Bryce Griggs to No. 5. The 6-foot-7 combo guard is playing at a very high level this spring having given up football and spending all his time in the gym working on player development.
Garland High power forward Zuby Ejiofor makes a jump into the top 10 with an improving perimeter game and confidence, while still maintaining his physical style in the paint.
The new addition to the IT Top 25 is Quion Williams of Mansfield Legacy High. He sat out this past season due to transfer rules, but his talents have been showcased this spring on a loaded Southern Assault AAU squad that includes George, 6-foot-10 Yohan Traore, Collin Smith and now Austin Nunez.
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