Solid group of prospects in this installment of the rankings. #26 PH 6’3 G Nick Clark Nick Clark 6'3" | SG Orem | 2022 State UT || Orem High School || 2022 || Nick had a great high school career…
Solid group of prospects in this installment of the rankings.
#26 PH 6’3 G|| Orem High School || 2022 ||
Nick had a great high school career as he showed he could play at the next level. He is a PG/CG that can play on and off the ball. Really like that he can handle pressure the entire court and get by defenders or simply get into the flow of his teams offense. Nick can create for himself and for others as well. Will be a good find that could be on or off the ball to help with ball handling at the next level.
#27 PH 6’5 W|| Cedar City High School || 2022 ||
Zab checks all the boxes when you see his profile of accomplishments as he helped power his team two seasons ago to a state title, he is a team guy that did a little bit of everything his entire high school career. Zab this season proved he could really take over a game out in the perimeter and on the blocks as well. He has next level ability at the 3 or 2 possibly.
#28 PH 6’2 G|| Green Canyon High School || 2022 ||
Brady was a bit off the radar playing for a small school out in Cache Valley, but he quickly made work and showed his abilities in the last two years at his high school. Brady earned a scholarship to play at Salt Lake Community College. Brady is a dynamic guard that can score the ball and defend. High ceiling and he will develop nicely at one of the best JUCO’s in the country.
#29 PH 5’11 PG|| Skyridge High School || 2022 ||
might be under recruited but this kid is one of the best PG’s in the state as he finds ways to score the ball. As one of the best scorers he was making some difficult shots look easy. He is ideal in the pick n’ roll because he makes really good reads and he is an elite passer. Nick could really step on a college campus and make some positive offensive plays for the right school.
#30 PH 6’4 SG|| Skyline High School || 2022 ||
Kolton was one of the sharpest shooters with range in the class, There was a sighting of him playing with the Colorado Hawks this past weekend which only means he is still trying to bolster his stock and he could really help a team with his positional size and ability to stretch the floor. All Kolton needs is a little bit a of time and he can get a high percentage shot off.