This class has some steals at the forward position that deserve some consideration. 6’9 F Jaxon Heiden Jaxon Heiden 6'9" | PF Alta | 2022 State UT || Alta High School || 2022 || Jaxon is starting to see where…
This class has some steals at the forward position that deserve some consideration.
6’9 F|| Alta High School || 2022 ||
Jaxon is starting to see where he would actually play at the next level as he has stepped up his level of play playing on the Adidas Circuit. He is playing his role well. Jaxon is out there rebounding and moving without the ball into pockets of space that either allow someone else to get room or for him to get free. Jaxon will hit an outside jumper if he’s open but he will not force shots as he is looking for his teammates on almost every catch, even on the post. He is starting to learn how to run in transition and space the floor as he has some other talented players running with him. With an offer from SLCC in his back pocket he is hoping he can attract more attention this Spring.
6’7 F|| Orem High School || 2022 ||
Dane is a nice stretch 4 that can hit those outside jumpers but even more important is the work that he can do down on the blocks and a few feet away from the rim. Dane is one of those ultimate stretch players that can give you a lot fo action out on the perimeter.
6’8 F|| Bingham High School || 2022 ||
Devin is a leaper and he is out there aggressive as can be trying to make a play happen or just make an electric play. Devin has improved his outside shooting and should develop that even more at the next level. Defensively he is solid and can switch 1-5 . Next level talent with a lot of potential. This kid will be an absolute steal.
6’6 F|| Ridgeline High School || 2022 ||
Big and physical body at the 4 and with him stretching the floor even more this season he is an ideal junkyard dog at the 4 at the next level. Defends and rebounds with a lot of effort. Peyton has that next level motor that can help him defend and get some easy buckets as well.
6’8 F|| Murray High School || 2022 ||
Bowen has improved his game over the years and he is that solid big putting in work down in the trenches that can defend 4’s and 5’s. Led the state of Utah in blocks as he just has good timing that allows him to get clean ones and slight tips but he is altering shots either way. Bowen is highly recruited in the NWAC and could land on a team and make them better immediately.