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Posted On: 01/10/22 10:02 PM

We updated the class of 2022 with over 70 new players; some players rose a lot, and some fell down in the rankings. Today we go in-depth and talk about what players rose up in the rankings the most with this new update.


#20 Overall- Josh Giuliani Josh Giuliani 6'1" | Forward Maple Grove | 2022 State MN | Maple Grove | 6’1 Forward

Last year, Josh was ranked around the 60 range. He was pretty underrated for sure- now he finds himself taking a big jump up to number 20. The main reason for that is the end of the season he had last year, and then how well he did in the elite league. In his junior season, Josh had 10 goals and 21 assists for 31 points in just 23 games- that is reason number one of him jumping so high. Giuliani continued his high level of play this fall in the High School Elite League. In the regular season, he finished number four in total points. Giuliani had 11 goals and 19 assists for 30 points in just 20 games in the Elite League. He is off to a pretty good start his senior year as he has 12 points in

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