6’9 C Keba Keita Keba Keita 6'9" | C Wasatch Academy | 2022 State #157 Nation UT || Wasatch Academy || 2022 || Keba is playing in the NIBC and he is going against the best bigs in the country…
6’9 C|| Wasatch Academy || 2022 ||
Keba is playing in the NIBC and he is going against the best bigs in the country every game. Keba is a back to the basket big fella that protects the paint. With an offer from Dixie State and the University of Washington Keba has some options. If there is a team needed to fill a spot at the center position that is willing to develop Keba could be a prime target. He is a player that is energetic. The Mali native is still raw as he has only been state side for a few years.
6’4 G|| Davis High School || 2022 |
Rex is the number two player in the state if you explode all the players above him that were imported. Rex has a game that translates to the next level as a player that can play on the ball or off the ball. He has a solid outside shot with range and his slashing to the paint IQ is extremely high. Rex is going to make some D1 assistant look really smart when they convince the head coach to take him. Rex can play some high level defense which could allow him to see the floor sooner than later at the next level. With an offer from Utah Valley University and Idaho State Rex has some options but continues to work on his craft waiting to hear from more colleges interested.
6’6 W|| Wasatch Academy || 2022 ||
Matus brings a lot to the table as he is a good wing defender and he does the little things like rebound, hit open shots and play the right way. With a lot of 4 and 5 star players on the roster Matus fly’s under the radar but he can play some ball. Hronsky is a Slovakia native looking for a roster spot at the next level. With a few teams showing interest there is still time for a savvy wing like Hronsky to land an offer.
6’5 G|| American Fork High School || 2022 ||
Yaw is one of those home grown players that is built like a man as he often times uses his broad shoulders to bully his way to the rim. He has also improved his outside game as he now displays catch and shoot three’s and he also has that one dribble pull-up. The thing that makes Yaw a top recruit is his tenacity at the defensive end. he can really get after it when he wants. A few LM D1’s are on his trail. Look for him to land on a D1 roster before he graduates.
6’6 SG|| Westlake High School || 2022 ||
is playing a bit differently since he transferred from PG to Westlake. Westlake is known for their tough defensive play and Dylan is slowly picking that up and adding it to his bag. With a few small school offers and an offer from a Canadian school. Dylan has some time left to make an impression that can land him a few more favorable offers.
6’8 SF|| Alta High School || 2022 ||
Jaxon has really awoken his game this year as he is playing for a new coach and he is healthy. Jaxon is a big guy who plays with guard skills. Jaxon fits this new evolving style that a lot of players his size are demonstrating. College coaches will likely give him some looks because of that skill. Look for him to bolster his stock late in the Spring and even the Summer.