The Class of 2022 is starting to fade away as more players sign and are off the board. Here are the latest signee’s and what their new school will get as they move on to the next level. 6’5 W…
The Class of 2022 is starting to fade away as more players sign and are off the board. Here are the latest signee’s and what their new school will get as they move on to the next level.
6’5 W Southwest Oregon Community College|| Cyprus High School || 2022 || →
MJ played his club ball on Utah Premier a long standing program that develops players well and prepares them for the next level. MJ displayed that growth and talent at Cyprus as he was a scoring option on a team that has a lot of talent. MJ is a glue guy that often times becomes a focal point in his teams success. He rebounds well on the defensive end with his fundamentals but he also uses his athleticism to get those tough rebounds as well. Defensively he can defend multiple positions and as a team player he defends anyone regardless of position. On the other side of the ball he is quick on drives and he has a few counters to get loose. MJ is nice inside and uses his lateral movement and soft hands to create easy opportunities. All of these qualities and skills will translate to the next level over at the NWAC.
6’1 PG Salt Lake Community College|| Northridge High School || 2022 || →
This is a great signing for both parties as Sam was being recruited by a lot of the local NJCAA school and he lands on one of the best teams in the country when it comes to talent, development and sheer talent. With this opportunity Sam will put his high level skills to the test against some of the best in the country at his position. it will be great to see him run with a lot of talent next to him. Sam is an explosive guard that can be on or off the ball but he is special when he ha sthe ball in his hands, as he can create and also create for others. Great shooting ability which will go well in the pick n’ roll as he can stop and pop from deep but also read the defense and make those tough passes.
5’10 PG Pierce College|| Kearns High School || 2022 || →
The speedy PG is heading to the NWAC where frankly he will be a problem as shifty, speedy guards are always a hard cover for teams. With that downhill style of play he will be able to bring an uptempo push the ball quickly approach when he sees the floor. If he has running mates that can fill those lanes with him he could be a solid addition. He is elite in the drive and kick and he can break the defense down.
6’4 SG Southwest Oregon Community College|| Layton High School || 2022 || →
Big time get as he is a stock rising guard that can absolutely shoot the ball and with size at his position he could really be useful even moving to the three if needed. Sneaky athletic. Connor had moments where he took over games in the mid-range and from deep. He is a must cover player out on the floor. He will fit in well with what SWOCC is building over in The Coos.