Las Vegas Hoop Prospect’s That Are Carving out a Space For Themselves “Just A Few Names”

There’s never a dull moment when it comes to surveying the landscape of high school basketball. I have come to understand through trial and error you will never be able to satisfy everyone.

I wanted to know more about talent throughout the country. I decided to make myself available to travel throughout America. This type of assessment would give me a yardstick by which things could be measured.

I don’t consider myself to be a talent evaluator, but I have a good eye for players. The type of player; that has the ability to excel at a higher level.

2024 Nick Jefferson

There is no need to create a ranking list. Las Vegas has an enormous amount of talent that can compete with many cities throughout this country. This list is not based on class status; it’s based on potential. Long-term projection! It’s not the Holy Grail. Players will rise and fall over time.

We will give adequate attention to 2024 and the incoming class of 2025. Let’s get down to business.

2022 6’8” Joshua Jefferson – Liberty High

2022 6’1” Richard ‘Pop’ Isaacs – Coronado High

2023 6’7” Osiris Grady – Coronado’s High

2022 6’1 Tavionte Jackson– Las Vegas High

2023 6’1 Sebastian Mack – Durango High

2024 6’1” Alijah Adem – Spring Valley High

2024 6’1” Dedan Thomas – Liberty High

2022 6’6” Darrion Williams – Bishop Gorman

2022 6’3” Shane Thomas – Durango High

2022 6’7” Aaron Price– Liberty High

2022 6’3” Ryan Abelman – Bishop Gorman

2024 6’3” Taj Degourville – Durango High

2024 6’0” John Mobley JrBishop Gorman

2024 6’0” Nick Jefferson – Bishop Gorman

2025 5’11” Miles Williams – Rancho High

2025 6’2 Mason Brown – Durango High

2022 6’0” Jamir Stephens – Desert Pines High

2022 6’5” Dontrell Johnson – Bonanza High

2022 5’11 Damion Byrd – Silverado High

2023 5’11 Angelo Kambala – Liberty High

2023 6’4” Darnell Fizer – Coronado High

2024 7’1” Khama Maker – Desert Valley Prep

2023 6’5” Sterling Knox – “Durango High

2024 6’2” Jase Richardson – Bishop Gorman

2025 6’8” Chris Baudreau – Clark High

2025 6’5” Chris Nwuli – Bishop Gorman

2022 6’4” Donovan Webster – Cheyenne High

2023 6’4” Jaquavis Williford – Western High

2024 5’11” Jamison McCall – Spring Valley High

2024 5’11” RJ Nance – Spring Valley High

2024 6’0” Josiah Cunningham – Coronado High

2024 6’6” Malachi Richardson – Somerset Losee High

2023 6’6” Keenan Bey – Bishop Gorman

2024 6’5” Pharaoh Compton – Spring Valley High

2024 6’6” Noah Westbrook– Bishop Gorman

2024 5’11” Brooklyn Vick – Democracy Prep

2024 6’3” Ryan Elisaldez – Bishop Gorman

2024 6’8” Cole Ellena – Liberty High

2025 6’5” Tremayne Anderson – High School???

2022 6’5” Lorenzo Moore – Canyon Springs High

2023 6’7” Chase Jackson – Centennial High

2024 6’5” Anthony Nwuli – Bishop Gorman

2025 6’5” Kenyan Jones – Rancho High

2023 6’0” Karson Roberts – Bonanza High

2025 5’10” Jevon Yapi – “Durango High

2022 5’9” Elijah Johnson– Durango High

2025 6’1” Mason Abittan – Coronado High

2024 5’10” Tru Coleman – Democracy Prep

2024 6’8” Graydon Lemke – Faith Lutheran

2023 5’10” Nakalya Fabello – Valley High

As fall league emerges many players will pop-up on the scene. I am quite sure this list will grow overtime.

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