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Grand Island's Isaac Traudt debuts in top 100 of 247Sports basketball rankings for 2022 class
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Grand Island's Isaac Traudt debuts in top 100 of 247Sports basketball rankings for 2022 class

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Grand Island Senior High's Isaac Traudt goes in for a layup against three Norfolk Panther at Grand Island Senior High. (For the Independent/Lauri Shultis)

Grand Island's Isaac Traudt made his debut in the 247Sports basketball recruiting rankings for the 2022 class, which were expanded Wednesday from 80 players to a top 150.

Traudt holds the No. 88 spot and is a four-star prospect. He's also the No. 18 power forward in the country. Traudt was ranked No. 118 overall by Rivals last month.

Traudt has received scholarship offers in the last week from Oklahoma State, Iowa State, Stanford and Wisconsin. He had previously gotten power-conference offers from Creighton, Nebraska, Missouri and Kansas State. He was an all-class honorable mention pick after his sophomore season for Grand Island.

If Traudt retains his ranking, it would make three straight years Nebraska has produced a top-100 recruit according to 247Sports and the sixth time since the site began basketball rankings with the 2011 class.

Previous top-100 recruits from the state include: Millard North's Hunter Sallis (currently No. 25 in 2021), Millard North's Max Murrell (No. 87 in 2020), Omaha North's Justin Patton (No. 71 in 2015), Omaha Central's Akoy Agau (No. 94 in 2013) and South Sioux City's Mike Gesell (No. 92 in 2012).

Millard North's Jasen Green landed outside 247's top 150 for the 2022 class, but he does appear in the composite rankings, which combine rankings from multiple services. He's No. 129 overall on that list and the nation's No. 23 power forward. Green has offers from Nebraska, Kansas State, TCU and Stanford.

A former Nebraska high schooler, Preston Murphy Jr. — who left Elkhorn South in the summer of 2019 to attend St. Andrew's School in Rhode Island — is the No. 148 recruit, according to the composite rankings.


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