Part 1: Best Available Prospects
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The Class of 2024 in Utah has been one of the best classes Utah has ever seen. Here are some players you need to watch and pay attention to as the season has gotten underway. Kyle Lemke UT #12 C…
The Class of 2024 in Utah has been one of the best classes Utah has ever seen. Here are some players you need to watch and pay attention to as the season has gotten underway.
Kyle has been an absolute monster leading up to his senior year. He has some solid options when it comes to offers including some Division 1 options. Where he will land is up in the air as he weights out his options. Kyle will bring strength and very good IQ in the post with counters and footwork down in the paint. He rebounds well and he just has a mature game.
Desire got his feet under him in the second game of the year and he provides some solid play as a true 4 or 5 depending on who is he playing with at the next level. With a few shooters around he could do damage in the dunker spot. A lot of upside in his game and as he transforms physically as well.
When you play against the teams that Wasatch Academy plays it is iron vs. iron. Buom is getting stronger and better right before our eyes as he is a player that has size and ball handling ability. Realistic 3 man at the D1 level. He shoots the ball well and he has an elite wingspan that allows him to play bigger.
Brown is another player that will likely get his recruiting up later in the season but he has shooting ability. Coming from a small school in Montana to playing in one of the best leagues in the country you will see him get better and rise as his confidence gets better and better.
Martin is making a case for himself right off the bat that he is a prospect you cannot ignore. He is playing a different brand of basketball right now. He does have some small school offers but he could really turn that into some better offers and opportunities.