Reflecting on the season that took place, new faces emerge out of the c/o 2020 and some are very noticeable. What we have here is a collection of players that we believe will be the face of their programs in the near future.. We might forget someone off this list, but tell you the truth its kind of good. Because those sleepers really make a splash,they take it personal Lol!!! Lets get down to business…
1). There is a point guard down there in North Las Vegas by the Name, Keyshawn Hall of Cheyenne High, at 5’11 this young fella was given a leadership role as a freshman to guide his team. He has the potential to be a very good point guard, young fella have a very good work ethic. In his freshmen year he help guide his team to the State Championship game but came up short. FUTURE IS BRIGHT!! Will play for the Las Vegas Prospects AAU Program this summer.
2). This young fella has ice in his veins seen him knock down a game winning basket in the Tark Classic Tournament, also watch him in California against a National Power House program Sierra Canyon played a very good game. 6’3 SG Noah Taitz of Bishop Gorman has good upside. He will play for Vegas Elite AAU Program.
3). First seen this young man play against Las Vegas high, he ran his team with poise and floor leadership skills. He took me by surprise, he played with confidence and have the ability to get to the basket young fella can handle the ball with both hands. At 6’3 PG Daishen Nix of Trinity International Prep upside is very good. He will play for Simply Fundamental AAU Program.
4). When we talk about this young fella first thing come to your mind is Gym Rat he is always in a gym looking to get better, he will take the role of leadership next year for his team. At 5’11 PG Tone Hunter of Durango High can score the ball, have the ability to get to the basket. He will play for the Las Vegas Knick AAU Program.
5). This young man has an enormous amount of potential, much was place on his back as a freshman. He was look at as the savor for a program that needed a new breath of fresh air. At 6’5″ WF Julian Strawther of Liberty High, will play for California United AAU Program. He can play this game, you will see his numbers increase this coming year. Big Time Potential.
6). This young man when given the opportunity show flashes that he can play with the big boys, this (Arbor View High) program and system will need to make some changes, if they are going to get all out of this young fella, he can play. At 6’2″ SG Donovan Yap of Arbor View can shoot the ball. He will play for the Las Vegas Prospects AAU Program.
7). They say that big things come in small packages I believe that, this young man played against stiff competition all season. He can shoot the deep three and also put the ball on the floor. At 6’3″ PG Isaac Spears of Coral Academy can play. He will play for the Las Vegas Knicks AAU Program.
8). This young point guard is a very smart and a solid player, I believe he will turn out to be a very good guard in the City of Las Vegas. He has a very good basketball IQ. At 5’11” PG Nate Van of Desert Oasis High played well this season. He will play for TCA AAU Program.
9). This young man will become a very important asset to his program, he did not receive a lot of playing time this year, but that will change next year. For his size he’s tough and can rebound. At 6’1″ G/F Juwan Rohan of Durango High can play. He will play for Vegas Elite AAU Program.
10). This young man has potential this summer will be very important for him to work on his skill set, one thing you can’t teach is size. At 6’5 SF Nati Asfaw of Del Sol high, will need to work and stay in the gym this summer. He will play for Vegas Elite AAU Program.
*** This player right here is an exception at most High School in Las Vegas this young man would have been in the starting lineup. For him to be so young he can shoot the ball with such soft touch. At 6’7″ F/C Isaiah Cottrell of Bishop Gorman have the most upside of the C/O 2020. He will play for the Las Vegas Prospects AAU Program
** Players to Watch: Some of these Players also played on their JV Squads
6’4″ SF Felix Reeves, Desert Oasis High/AAU: Las Vegas Punishers
6’3″ SG London Coleman, Slam Academy/AAU: Las Vegas Punishers
6’3″ SF Braden Lamar, Bishop Gorman/AAU: Vegas Elite
6’1″ SF Mwani, Bishop Gorman/AAU: Las Vegas Prospects
6’2″ SG Dominique Ford, Durango High/AAU: Las Vegas Knicks
6’7″ PF/C Bryce Fitzgerald, Spring Valley/AAU: Las Vegas Knicks
Next week: We will cover the Class Of 2019 PLAYERS THAT HAD A IMPACT ON THERE Varsity TEAM !!! SOME OF VEGAS BEST!!!