6A is loaded with talent like always but this year there rare so many quality players from top to bottom. There are also some solid underclassmen that will return and make a major jump. The Class of 2021 was sent…
6A is loaded with talent like always but this year there rare so many quality players from top to bottom. There are also some solid underclassmen that will return and make a major jump. The Class of 2021 was sent off in great fashion as a lot of players gave it their all and showed out.
PH 6A 1st Team
6’3, Davis High School
Big time player when it matters. A player that is willing to do the little things to help his team win.
6’4, Skyrdige High School
One of the best scorers in his class. He can get going from deep in a hurry.
6’8, Layton High School
One of the best players in the state. he is tough around the basket and he is a developing perimeter player. Future UVU Wolverine.
6’7 Joxon Kohler, American Fork High School
It’s easy to see why Jaxon is one of the best prospects in the 2022 class. If he is not double teamed he will likely score a the high school level. He is holding a lot of D1 offers.
6’10, Corner Canyon High School
Big time growth from this kid. He has turned into a solid big that is going to make an impact at the Division 1 level at UC Irvine.
PH 6A 2nd Team
6’3, Corner Canyon High School
Major potential that could likely land him on a d1 roster before his eligibility is up. Can score in a hurry and has a quick release.
6’2, Pleasant Grove High School
Jordan is a future D1 kid that has skill, IQ and craftiness to go along with the many skills he posses as a PG.
Big time defender that finds ways to get easy buckets for himself and his teammates
6’9, Lone Peak High School
Big body that is tough around the rim. He will be playing at UC San Diego next year.
6’9, Westlake High School
With offers from USU-E and SLCC and getting looks from the likes of Azusa Pacific Hunter will fit in nicely wherever he plays.
PH 6A 3rd Team
6’0, Cyprus High School
The future is bright for this young 2023 scorer that is tough to defend.
6’2 Kaleb Furey, Westlake High School
Uber athletic that can shoot and defend.
6’4, Skyridge High School
Tough guard that might find his way on a D1 roster when it’s all said and done.
6’6, Syracuse High School
Major upside for Connor as a big scoring guard that can score at all three levels.
6’7, Pleasant Grove High School
Big time talent and multi-sport athlete that will be playing football at The University of Utah next fall.
PH 6A Honorable Mention
Chance Trujillo, Davis
, Pleasant Grove
McCade Adams, Pleasant Grove
Ethan Coopeland, Lone peak
Sam Suvulich, Northridge
Kobe Schriver, Roy
Amere Ames, Keanrs
, American Fork
Henry Ihrig, Davis