Let’s take a dive into what players are performing well in Region 1 early in the season. Zach Fisher 20 State 6 Pos 6'6" | CG | 2024 Davis | Utah Gold Talk about a kid that has been emerging.…
Let’s take a dive into what players are performing well in Region 1 early in the season.
Talk about a kid that has been emerging. Zach has size and is one of those combo forward hybrid guard types. He can shoot the ball and he has shown that early in region play. One of the better emerging stock risers in the Class of 2024. Should be a problem to deal with in that region as not many players are built like him and have the skill he has.
When it comes to playing your role Fremont is getting what it needs from Treyden. He is hitting open shots and stretching the floor. With a guard that is going ot see a lot of attention and have the defense collapse when he has the ball Treyden is a key player out in the perimeter that can make defenses pay. Calvert also requires attention and in kick outs he is going to continue to light it up. If he can average 2 to 3 three’s a game he is going to be a valuable player to have on the floor.
Elias has come up big early on in region play. Not only is he providing scoring as the 3rd or 4th option he has some consistent play. He is hitting those easy shots near the rim and he is also hitting form the perimeter and from deep. Scoring is all over the place for Layton right now but if they can get dialed in Elias is a solid option when he gets some decent looks.
Big guards seem to be the trend across the state that have been able to effect the game the most. Brevin is a big guard that can handle the ball a bit and he can also shoot and get to the rim. Ideal combo guard at around 6’5. He is built to really be a double-double machine. He can get after it on both ends of the floor. Look for him to turn things up, especially in a region that has a lot of parody a player like Brevin could really make a big difference.
One of the more intriguing prospects out at Weber with some size. There have been some games where he has been able to showcase his athleticism with quick moves to the rim and the way he can elevate and dunk. He has showcased his shooting and rebounding and he had himself a big game as of late. With size and shooting ability he could really help Weber spring-board up the standings with his play. You can see some rawness to his game still but once he gets ahold of those skills he will be a big problem.
The big fella has the skills and when he has just put it together he has been great. He should be a 12 and 7 type of a player every might and when he has gotten close he has been able to produce well and put Farmington in a winning position. He shoots the ball okay but he rebounds and scores in the paint very well.