2023 Prospects off the Board
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With a few high level players still on the board due to their 2 year deferment as they go on church missions some players in this class will not sign with anyone till they return from their 2 year deferment.…
With a few high level players still on the board due to their 2 year deferment as they go on church missions some players in this class will not sign with anyone till they return from their 2 year deferment. These are the latest players to find schools to play at, at the next level.
Last night Brock was mentioned many times on a live forum as one of the best unsigned 4’s on the West. Not only was his name mentioned but he impressed so many people in attendance with his violent dunks and finishes. None better than a baseline, under the basket reverse where he almost took broke the backboard or pulled the rim off. Rumor is that he tore a rim in Omaha, Nebraska on the Gold circuit which would not be surprising with the force e plays with. Brock has decided to stay in Utah for the time being as he has committed to play at Snow College which will be a great fit for him because he played so well in that up and down pace that allows him to out run other bigs and score quickly in transition. He will learnt o shoot better there and now how to space the floor with the pieces they have. Brock is a player that really benifited from playing as an unsigned senior in the Spring.
One of the best overall players to ever suit up in the state if Utah has committed to Wofford. The University excitedly announced his signing on their athletic website. Quentin brings so much more to the table than scoring. He will compete and make anyone he is playing against better. Meza is a 6-0 guard from West Valley City, Utah. He led Cyprus High School to the 6A state semifinals during his senior season with a 23-5 record. He averaged 24.6 points, 6.3 rebounds, 6.1 assists and 1.9 steals per game. A four-year starter, he led the team in scoring all four seasons as they made four playoff appearances and won two region titles. Meza was named All-Region four-straight seasons and was first team All-State as a junior and senior. He was named the 2023 Mr. Basketball and Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Utah. He was just the eighth player in the state to surpass 2,000 career points (2,123, fourth overall), along with being third in state history with 603 career assists. Q, joins a team that lost to LSU by 2 and Vanderbilt by 3. They beat Texas A&M and UNC Greensboro last season and has had success in their conference.
Justus might turn into one of the biggest steals of the class as he has true next level three-man skills. He can pass and the ball well and get the offense going in a similar way as Draymond Green does for the GSW. Justus shoots the ball well and he can push out from the short corner to the corner three spot and make buckets. His attacking ability is next level as well. He will be a beast in a year or two and he is in a good situation with WWCC because they play well in various aspects of the game. He has the skills to play right away.
(Murray High School)