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The Boarder League is no joke and the dudes on the floor are almost always next level and they have some players on different teams that will make it at the next level and beyond. Here are a few players…
The Boarder League is no joke and the dudes on the floor are almost always next level and they have some players on different teams that will make it at the next level and beyond. Here are a few players locally that have been making some noise and turning heads.
Although not a lot of people know who Tiger is over here in Utah we know him very well. He is a player you must defend and you know he can get going in a hurry. He is starting to really take his game to the next level, especially after a solid club year. Tiger is a lead guard that can use that height and vision to put defenders to sleep as he changes pace and he can also create for himself with a bag of tricks he can go to. Nice to see him get some attention, but he is a D1 prospect.
JJ has put on some muscle and he is using it as he gets into defenders and uses that elite length to get his shots off while getting hit or hitting defenders. IQ is off the charts. JJ has defensive and offensive I. He is getting rid of the ball early and finding shooters and cutters to the rim. He has got to be one of the most fun players to run with becaus ehe puts the ball right on the money. He is shooting the ball well and from all over the arc. He is a name to track for sure.
Talk about a player that can hold his own against anyone and that is what school like USC are excited about. There is no stage to big for a player like Liam to showcase his ralent and to not back down from high level talent. The mid-post game he has is super mature as he does not mind backing down bigger defenders he sees to always find a way. He is stronger than you think and he has a quick release behind the arc. Liam was in his bag and he continues to get better, That team from Idaho has some new pieces that will make his life a lot easier.
This dude can shoot the lights out and he has a high catch and release. He is a five star that will choose a school at the end of the month but he can do a lot other than shoot, he has really good balance on the move or when they run him off the three-point line. He relocates better than most and he has a strong frame that makes bigger defenders need to pick him up and he does work with those defenders that are not use to defending the perimeter.
Hard to not see the next level potential of this kid. Harwell has length and his ability to standout on a team full of talent is something you cannot deny. Harwell is playing good defense and he is reading these offensive sets and figuring things out quickly. He has really honed in on some spots out on the floor that he likes getting to and he is making tough buckets. His game is polished but he has som much more left to grow so you are not seeing a player that has hit their peak. With a few players reclassifying do not be surprised if Harwell takes a look at making it one year sooner for him to take off to the next level.