Every year there are new prospects that emerge and give us a glimpse of some great play. Some put in work and some just didn’t get much play last season. We take a look at some players that might not…
Every year there are new prospects that emerge and give us a glimpse of some great play. Some put in work and some just didn’t get much play last season. We take a look at some players that might not be household names that are producing.
5’7|| Bountiful High School || 2023 ||
Sam has been extremely impressive not only because of the numbers he is putting up in the scoring column because of his size, but because he is out there battling with the bigs rebounding and he is also playing tough at the other end of the floor as well. Against Cedar City he had an impressive stat line as he displays that he is out there to compete. Don’t expect this shifty PG to slowdown anytime soon.
6’3|| Viewmont High School || 2022 ||
Radek is a stat stuffing guard that is one of the best +/- players this year. He is scoring, rebounding and assisting on a lot. Radek can go out and get you 10 rebounds on one night and the next night he can give you 20+ but the other impressive numbers are his assist. He has good vision and knows when to give it up. Solid high school guard playing up to his potential.
6’1 Logan Richins || Stansbury High School || 2022 ||
Guard that is playing at a beast level as he is scoring in the paint like crazy and racking up some ridiculous boards as well. He has 4 games with double-doubles already this year. Logan provides some matchup challenges for other guards because of his strength and motor.
6’5|| Box Elder High School || 2023 ||
Jackson is a tough cover at 6’5 as a guard because Jackson rebounds and scores really well. He has scored in double-figures every game this season. great looking next level prospect out in the North.
6’2|| Jordan High School || 2022 ||
Will displayed his great playmaking ability in Las Vegas at the Tarkanian as he had a few games where he simply was not going to be stopped from scoring. Will is an active guard that rebounds and defends. He can get streaky out in the perimeter. Really like him as a next level player at a small school running the PG position or off-guard.