We are in the midst of National Signing Day, with players finalizing their college commitments. While players like Durango’s Tylen Riley Tylen Riley 6'2" | CG Durango | 2023 State NV and Liberty’s Angelo Kambala Angelo Kambala 5'10" | CG…
We are in the midst of National Signing Day, with players finalizing their college commitments. While players like Durango’s Tylen Riley Tylen Riley 6'2" | CG Durango | 2023 State NV and Liberty’s Angelo Kambala Angelo Kambala 5'10" | CG Liberty | 2023 State NV are preparing to ink their names to Letters of Intent, and others like Coronado’s Sebastian Mack Sebastian Mack 6'4" | CG Coronado | 2023 State #58 Nation NV will most definitely sign somewhere, there are still several highly talented unsigned prospects available in the state. Let’s take a look at them.
After transferring to Red Rock, Knox’s recruiting has gained momemtum with schools like Northern Colorado and Sacramento State showing interest.
The talented stretch lefty, is a hidden gem, that few are aware of outside of Michigan and Nevada. His size, stretch ability and rebounding should be coveted by several programs.
This could be a huge year for Morency, who has managed to remain in the top 10 despite relocation and a lost season. He’s a confident scoring PG that can play with anyone, in the state. Look for him to garner interest from schools throughout the high school season.
Haylock is a high academic PG, that knows how to control the tempo of games. Because of his IQ both on and off the court, he should be a valuable commidity to the right small school looking for solid PG play.
Roberts is coming off a season where he was one of the most productive PG’s in 4A. He is highly skilled and can score the ball with his slashing and by shooting from the perimeter. Look for him to gain interest as the season goes on, assuming he puts together another productive year.
High academic schools looking for a shooter, should probably take a long look at Boykin. I got to see him recently during my Desert Pines Team Preview, and he proved why he is one of the best shooters in the state.