Over the last year, I have been watching players from different regions. I have come to realize there is talent all over this Country. In the class of 2022, I believe Nevada has one of the top point guards in the Nation. I am quite sure some in the south & southeast region may not be familiar with player’s on the west coast.
The more I engage myself with studying the landscape of high school basketball, the more respect I have for individuals who study this craft on a high level.
As I become more familiar with players from around the Country, my desire to know more information grows each and every day.
2022, 6’3″ point guard Milos Uzan of Desert Pines high school in Las Vegas, NV, is the real deal. Mr Uzan has a great feel for the game, he plays under control and distribute the ball well in transition. He’s definitely a confident floor-leader that has the ability to score.
Milos brings size and versatility to the point guard position. His mid-range game is developing well. He’s on pace to be & effective scorer beyond the arc. Mr Uzan is crafty and agile in transition He has the ability to score at all three levels. He is emerging offensively as a point guard. Milos game keeps defenders honest; he is definitely a good looking player.
24/7 sports has Milos Nationally ranked 108th in the class of 2022; and the number 1 player in Nevada. He Is currently being recruited by UCLA, Arizona, Southern Utah, TCU, and Texas Tech.