Posted On: 08/1/15 1:30 AM

With three July evaluation periods in the books, we’ll be looking back over the next several weeks on players who made an impact or stood out in various ways during that stretch.

We’ll start today with July’s most improved players. These are players who made major strides in one or more aspect of their games and turned some heads in the process.

As always, not being on the list doesn’t mean you didn’t improve. We base this as best we can on players we’ve seen as well as getting evaluations from coaches, players and others.

Colbey Ross, Colorado Chaos/Eaglecrest, 2017 guard: Sure, Ross was already a Division I prospect when July began, having already received offers from three such schools. Still, Ross raised his game to a different kind of level on the road this month, showing that he can be an absolute impact player by taking the game on his shoulders and guiding his offense – all this while playing up a level.

Will Becker, Colorado Hawks/Smoky Hill, 2018 forward: Becker was one of the best big men in his class playing the final two periods in Las Vegas. The growing 6-foot-6 post has the potential to be a

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