Posted On: 11/8/19 5:00 AM
7 months after the debut of the 2022 rankings, we've finally updated the list. Changes are dramatic as we have expanded to 40 ranked players and have big jumps in the rankings. With the update comes new analysis. Here's a look at the best point guards in the Sophomore class.
Jaya McClure, CAL - Jaya is ready for a bigger offensive role for a CAL team that returns a lot of weapons. McClure spent her freshman season as more of a facilitator but will be looking for her own offense more this season. Look for her to make a splash early this season.
Cassidy Rowe, Shelby Valley - Rowe could very well be the best player in the class but her ranking had to slip due to two knee injuries in the last two years. Coming off an ACL tear that caused her to miss all but 5 games last season, Rowe was rounding back into form when a second ACL tear sidelined her this summer. When she's at 100% there aren't many better players in the state than Cassidy.
Tiffanie Floyd, Central - Floyd made the move to Central after averaging 12 points per game as a freshman at Moore last year.