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Texas 2022 Rankings (#1-#10): Colin Smith Rising Fast
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (8:12 PM CT, Wed February 28, 2018)
6'6" wing prospect Colin Smith sits at #1 in the rankings.
6'6" wing prospect Colin Smith sits at #1 in the rankings.
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Dallas, TX (Future150) -- Although it's only February, we've already seen several of the best young prospects in the state of Texas in the class of 2022, along with what we were able to see last summer. Tonight, we debut our top 10 rankings in the class to date, with DFW wing prospect Colin Smith leading the list.

#1 | Colin Smith: The 6'6" small forward prospect clearly has some gifts in his arsenal, and he's just scratching the surface of what he can become. Right now, he shows flashes for his Texas Hard Work squad on the AAU trail, but we expect those flashes to become more and more frequent as 2018 rolls on. 

#2 | Bryce GriggsHis reputation continues to grow with each month it seems. The Houston prospect has put up multiple 50 point games this middle school season, and rumor has it that the 6-footer will be playing 16U basketball this AAU season, which should help his game in a big way going forward. 

#3 | Keyonte George: A 6'1" shooting guard prospect playing for Drive Nation (TX), he's an explosive scorer who can score on all three levels, and with ease. He continues to grow and evolve on offense, and on a national level, he is trending upward in a major way. 

#4 | Adam Stewart: Already standing in the 6'10" range, he spent last AAU season playing 14U and testing himself against older competition. Still growing and improving, 2018 should hold bigger and better performances for the Houston prospect as he becomes more of a national name. 

#5 | Austin Nunez: If you're looking for a high-volume scorer in Texas, the San Antonio point guard is exactly what you're looking for. While he knows how to run the offense and has impressive ball skills, his perimeter shooting sets him apart from most other guards in his class right now. 

#5 | Nehikhare Igiehon: The Austin product already hovers in the 6'6" range, and his length makes him seem even bigger. Transitioning between the post and the perimeter, he has a chance to really explode this year, as he should be one of the hottest names in the state of Texas heading into his freshman year of high school. 

#6 | Cason Wallace: The younger brother of UTSA 6'3" guard Keaton Wallace, it seems like the 6'1" combo guard has a chance to eclipse his brother in the future. Already a versatile talent on both ends of the floor, he's a huge piece of Team FOE (TX), and should make waves as this year goes on. 

#7 | Jordan Walsh: The evolution of the 6'5" wing continues. After showing out at our Future150 Elite24 All-American Camp in August, he's not only growing, but shifting his game to the perimeter. An evolving athlete with a never-ending motor, he continues to impress us each time we see him. 

#8 | Tre White: As far as skill goes, the 6'5" Dallas prospect has all the bases covered at this point. He's able to play multiple positions on the floor, and adjusts each game to play whatever role is necessary for his team to win. He's also showing improved 3-point range in 2018. 

#9 | Rylen Griffin: A 6'3" athletic wing prospect who can score with ease, whether he's slashing to the basket or dropping buckets from the perimeter, he's on the rise in the state right now. Playing with Drive Nation (TX) this AAU season, he's going to see his stock explode this spring and summer. 

#10 | Noah Shelby: Speaking of shooters in the 2022 class, the 5'11" guard is one of the best you'll find. When his jumper is on, he's one of the hottest scorers in Texas, and he take his game to another level. As he continues to improve his point guard skills, he'll become an even more dangerous player.

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