Day 2 Standouts: Great Western Classic
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While Day 1 is in the books we transition to Day 2. There have been a lot of teams finally getting a chance to compete against quality competition. it was easy to see that there are a few teams that…
While Day 1 is in the books we transition to Day 2. There have been a lot of teams finally getting a chance to compete against quality competition. it was easy to see that there are a few teams that haven’t had enough run in the fall, so this event serves as a great time put sets to the challenge. It has also been a great platform for young talented players making their transition to the upper level varsity games.
6’9|| Juan Diego Catholic || 2024 ||
It is easy to see why this still raw talented big has local school chasing him. Malick still has footwork that needs development so that he is not so robotic out on the floor, but as soon as it becomes natural when he makes a move or hits a counter, he will be a special for The Soaring Eagle. His rim protection is elite and he runs the floor. Great looking young Division 1 prospect.
6’8|| Wasatch Academy || 2022 ||
Keba has been a freak athlete since he arrived in Utah and now he is a mature grown man out there. He has some impressive two handed blocks yesterday while players tested him at the rim. Keba has no fear at the rim on defense. He is bigger and stronger than last year where he saw limited time. This year he is making the best out of every minute he is on the floor. He recently received an offer from The University of Washington. Could be a great spot for him to compete against some great bigs and athletes in the Pac-12. More offers will roll in. He is not your typical 18 year old senior.
6’4 Isiah Harwell || Century High School, ID || 2025 ||
If you’re looking for a dynamic guard in the next few years or someone to put on your big board in The Class of 2025 you might have to look to Idaho. Harwell is elite and he is going up against players 3 years older than him. He is strong, quick first step and he has the confidence to keep building on that talent. With a few Division 1 offers in the bag we advise you to come watch the kid play and be prepared to offer.
6’2|| RSL Academy || 2023 ||
This kid is good. He is getting better every time he touches the floor and the ball gets tipped up. If you like seeing guards control the game and take over at the same time Dravyn is the kid to watch. He is one of the top guards in the West that just pops when you see him in person on the floor. Quick step and explosive. He is a threat at all times. His motor is elite and makes him even more dynamic. He put on a show last night.