Stock Risers 2023/2024
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Really excited to drop this list and the start of our stock risers session. Obviously the talent level in Utah is starting to really rival some bigger states and suburban areas. Here is a list of a handful of players…
Really excited to drop this list and the start of our stock risers session. Obviously the talent level in Utah is starting to really rival some bigger states and suburban areas. Here is a list of a handful of players taking their game to the next level and stock rising.
The kid was at it again last night as it is starting to be come a trend for him to jump those bad passes at the top of the key. Jaxson is not nly anticipating well he is getting that steal and throwing it down with that bouncey two handed jam he gets often. He was able to throw one down with a 7’0 chasing him. He has an offer from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo a great school that is always looking at adding solid next level players from Utah. With that quickness and strong left hand Jaxson can finish under pressure and even through contact.
One of the best kept secrets in the state no more! Zach was swooped up by Utah Gold and he is going to be a great addition. He will be able to develop more of that perimeter attacking he will need at the next level. He already rebounds well and he has some strength to duck in and finish with some back to the basket moves. If he can get consistent with his jumper when he can’t get to the rim he is going to be trouble. Good shooter that can get better, good attack moves that can get better. I think we are just scratching the surface with this kid. Stay tuned!. If I was a D2 I would offer right now!
If you are a D3 or NWAC school, do not drag your feet on this kid. I think he doesn’t get enough love and maybe that is because he is at Payson but the kid is a high percentage shooter that doesn’t shoot well because of volume, he shoots well because he is a good shooter. He does handle the ball well but he gets out and fills the wing and has that quick release.
Logan is a big bully guard at the high school level. At the next level he is likely an off guard and maybe a 3 if he is at the right school. He has been a lot better with his moves to the basket this year and he is using different counter moves. He shoots the ball well but he does not settle. Ideal small school prospect because he can do it all. Would not be surprised if he gets interest from the local NJCAA JUCO’S.
Lyman has increased his stock by making the move from 4A school to RSL Academy where he has been able to play against other elite bigs, the schedule is much better and he has been able to work on his stuff. I could see a NJCAA school get lucky with lyman. USU-E and Snow should go after him. He will play and get to the right spot in two years unless he is happy with the four year schools coming after him now.