With the prestigious Youngblood League that is invite only, we are set to tip off next week in Utah as teams from allover the state have put together teams to sharpen their skills against the best players in their class.…
With the prestigious Youngblood League that is invite only, we are set to tip off next week in Utah as teams from allover the state have put together teams to sharpen their skills against the best players in their class. Here is a list of a few teams and players to watch in the 8th Grade Division.
25 Players to Watch
On this list you have a few players that have been well known for awhile in Bode Sparrow who is a beast allover the floor and has a very mature game. Jax Oyler is a premier shooter that can really heat up from outside. Luke Beattie is likely to be 6’7+ type of prospect at least that is what we are projecting with his older brother reaching 6’9 right now as a junior in high school. Diesel Dart has some next level pedigree and he is a good young prospect.
Teams to Watch
This team has some dudes that can go and look for this team to play up-tempo and try to get that pace up. The kid we are excited to watch is Kobe Ross who is actually playing a grade up but the kid can hang as he plays up on most events. Older brother Jordan Ross plays for the #1 team in the country A Compass and is headed to St. Mary’s. Stay tuned this kid is nice.
The Titans have been good since we can remember as they mainly pull from kids headed to Olympus. The Titans also have a youngster to take note of in Kirabo Nadauld who showcased some raw talent in some high level events.
Club V Premier
This team is loaded and they do not have a lot of players on their roster as they seem to feel comfortable running with six. Those six are all probably ranking in the Top 15 in their class as a whole. Jax Oyler and Bode Sparrow light it up. Jax can really shoot the ball and Bode is a three-level scorer already.
Kongo has been a club that has been surging all-around. Not only do they have the facilities and the coaching they have the talent and they are developing these young players. Excited to see what players improve on their squad. Thomas Arrington is a youngster to watch.