While ranking are different across the board our rankings are no different. The Class of 2002 has some interesting pieces coming and and some moving out. With that said the # 1 spot in June goes to 6’4 CG Collin…
While ranking are different across the board our rankings are no different. The Class of 2002 has some interesting pieces coming and and some moving out. With that said the # 1 spot in June goes to 6’4 CGof Farmington High School (Utah Prospects).
Collin has recently been offered by every university in the state that actually has a shot at getting him. That includes, BYU, Utah Dixie State and Utah State. While schools like UVU Southern Utah and Weber State could only dream of a landing a player at his caliber.
Collin has been on a tear in and out of the state. While being invited to play with and against some of the top players in the country in Las Vegas at a Pangos event Collin was not only able to showcase his athleticism and highly improved shot but he also went viral with and almost demoralizing finish at the rim against a 7’0. To top it off he went off at The Great Western Classic as he posterized a defender.
With all that said he really does have translatable game that will be next level material. He is shifty and can move his body in ways that are uber creative. He is shooting the ball from long range and he is spreading the floor for himself and his teammates. Collin is not just a dunk and three prospect, Collin can score at all three levels against the best players in the country. He has shown it and proved it in the Adidas Circuit and at various camps. When his body matures physically he will be a main stay and a name that people will recognize. Collin holds a great offer from Stanford which will allow him to play against some of the best guards in the country. Collin will continue to rise nationally but for now he is the #1 player in the 2022 Class.