Phenom Hoops doesn’t just shed light on the top players in the state but we want to provide a platform for ALL players. The class of 2022 is still fully loaded with talent and there are plenty of players that are having a strong high school season that you may want to check out, especially if you are looking for some 3-point shooters. Here are the top 15 players in 3-pointers made this season so far.
|Zeke Cannedy||Kings Mountain||81||41||35.2|
|Cayden Barnhardt||Faaith Christian||74||42||26.5|
|Gary Williams Jr.||GRACE Christian||73||33||12.7|
|Cameron Lutterloh||River Mill||68||39||22.9|
|Gregory Wenger||Porter Ridge||68||34||11|
|Jacob Fisher-Davis||Metrolina Christian||67||45||8|
|Jude Wiseman-Raven||John Paul II Catholic||66||40||23.6|
|Landon Hall||Rockwell Christian||63||18|
|Sameer Qureshi||Forsyth Home Educators||63||36||19|
|Will Kelly||Stuart Cramer||60||38||28.6|
|Evan Presnell||Alexander Central||60||18.1|
We continue to look at the Class of 2022 in North Carolina, this time looking at the players that have been stretching the floor and making their mark this season from behind the three. When you look at the list above, you see several familiar names that are putting up HUGE numbers. Players like Zeke Cannedy, Will Kelly, Cayden Barnhardt, Spencer Hairston, and others are continuing to show how big of a scoring threat they can be from all over, especially from three.
Then you have players like Gregory Wenger, Jacob Fisher-Davis, AJ Cook, and others that could fall more under the column as specialists from three.
A few players Phenom Hoops has seen this recently:
2022 Ty Black (Butler): Has a quick trigger, gets to his spots, and can be a big threat from outside as well as find ways to showcase his jumper.
2022 Zeke Cannedy (Kings Mountain): Young man has been off the charts! Scoring all kind of ways, putting up huge numbers, really showing how effective he can be on the offensive end, and has been unstoppable all season long.
2022 Gary Williams Jr. (GRACE Christian): Really understands his impact on the court. He brings good size at 6’5, defends well, rebounds well, and finds his shots.
2022 Gregory Wenger (Porter Ridge): PR has been having a solid season and Wenger understands his role of stretching the floor, knocking down shots with his jumper, and playing hard on both sides of the court.
2022 Jacob Fisher-Davis (Metrolina Christian): Long and lengthy prospect that has shown countless times how deadly he can be from outside and step up in big moments.
2022 AJ Cook (Weddington): Cook is another player we have known for quite some time now, as he has been labeled as a flamethrower from outside, can change the game with his shooting, but is also unselfish, plays with a great IQ, and just helps teams wins.