Spring Prospects Performing
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6’5 Corbyn Hansen Corbyn Hansen 6'5" | CG Timpview | 2025 State UT || Utah Supreme || Timpview High School || 2025 || Corbyn has grown a bit since the last time we got a chance to check him out…
6’5|| Utah Supreme || Timpview High School || 2025 ||
Corbyn has grown a bit since the last time we got a chance to check him out and he is now at 6’5 and plays the CG position which suits him well because he is effective all over the floor. He is already showing a mature game as he is a stat stuffer and he is going to be a future triple-double watch type of a player. With the way he rebounds and runs the floor he really sets the tone and he uses his elite vision to find open players. When he is not looking to dish he can actually score in various ways. Stay tuned because Corbyn has game.
6’1 Jaxon Soto || UBC Elite || Olympus High School || 2025 ||
Jaxon has been doing work and this weekend him and the UBC Boys made some major noise. The 15U team went 4-0 and Jaxon not only was he scoring from all over the floor he dropped a 40 piece. Jaxon was scoring in bunches as an 8th grader on the club scene and this past season he experienced growth at the high school level and now with performances like this he should elevate his stock even more.
6’2|| Salt City Hustle || Copper Hills High School || 2026 ||
Blake has been having an excellent Spring and he is running with a talented group in salt City Hustle who has a up-temp style of play. Blayke has great vision as he finds cutter and pockets that might not always seem open but he gets them through. When he does get to the rim he finishes strong on both sides of the court. from beyond the arc he has a great shot off the catch and the bounce. Overall he has a solid game as he does a little bit of everything. Should get some minutes at the varsity level with a lot of open positions at Copper Hills, especially at PG.
6’0|| UBC Elite || Fremont High School || 2025 ||
Jaxon is slowly make a name for himself with good positional size at the guard position For UBC he is putting up some impressive numbers. Excited to see more of him and his growth. He moves the ball well and shoots a nice high and elevated jump shot.
6’3|| Salt Lake Rebels || Layton High School || 2024 ||
KJ has been lighting it up all Spring running with the Rebels and now getting some run with his high school team in different Spring leagues. The ball has been flying around and it seems to be finding KJ in the right spots because he is making quick work of it as he is scoring a lot of points this Spring. This is a great sign moving forward as KJ has an opportunity to really make an impact that will increase his stock steadily.