The playoffs are just a week away for the 6A-4A classifications. When a team has a player that can take over it changes the game. Here is a list of player that could possibly be game changers come playoff time. …
The playoffs are just a week away for the 6A-4A classifications. When a team has a player that can take over it changes the game. Here is a list of player that could possibly be game changers come playoff time.
6’0 PG, Juan Diego Catholic
Juan Diego is no stranger to success, especially at the guard position.was a promising freshman guard a few years ago. Now he is a senior and this could be the year he helps The Soaring Eagle get pass the playoff hump. Talon is one of the best players in all of 4A and his scoring numbers prove that. One of the shiftiest and speediest guards out there in the state. Talon is that player that can find ways to score and he can score in a hurry. He has an elite layup package that allows him to finish against size and get by defenders. Talon is a game changer, even more so when he is hitting those jump shots.
6’6 CG, Dixie High School
Isaac is that player that would probably still average 20 PPG at the 6A level. Isaac has that play making ability all ove the floor. he can step out and shoot the ong ball and beat players off the dribble. He can really cause damage at the high post position because his size allows him to shoot over smaller players and go up against bigs on the blocks. Isaac is a game changer and he will be tough to dethrone as the regning 4A Champion.
6’2 G Trei Rockhill, Crimson Cliffs High School
Trei has really grown as a player. His growth comes from experience on the court. He is part of a group that is the highest scoring team in all of 4A. Trei can really shoot the ball from the outside. He has hit 70 three-pointers this year and he can really be a game changer with his outside shooting. His 17 PPG can easily increase in the playoffs.
6’1 SG, Ridgeline High School
While Kaden was out most of the pre-season due to an injury, he is back and healthy. His 15 PPG is solid but he is capable of scoring a lot more a game than that. He is shifty and moves well without the basketball. He can hit flat footed and off the dribble. His ability to score in the paint has improved a lot. He is a dangerous player, especially if he gets going because he can shoot from deep.
6’1 G, Desert Hills High School
The top scorer in all of 4A should not be ignored. He is putting up 22 PPG and doing it from all over the floor. In his last outing he scored 31 points and he hit 5 three-pointers. Mason is a reason he makes Desert Hills so dangerous. His all-around game is impressive because he racks up assist and he rebound the basketball. He is that complete player that could change the game.