Posted On: 10/14/15 6:30 PM


John Harge (up 17 spots)

A transfer from Valor Christian to Smoky Hill, the 6-foot-7 forward has three Division I offers from North Dakota, Utah State, and Kent State. Harge can open up the floor from the power forward position with his shooting touch and, even if he adds a couple more inches and several more pounds to his frame, he should continue to be a mobile big man. Harge is our top ranked non-guard in these quarterly rankings and will be counted on as one of the best players for the Buffaloes this winter. 

Tyson Gilbert (up 10 spots)

Gilbert, who started the last eight games of the season for the Highlands Ranch varsity as a first-year, is one of the premier young point guards in Colorado. In a guard heavy class, the 5-foot-10 talent stands out with his creativity with the ball and scoring touch. With Bob Caton now retired, the Falcons move into a new era under Mike Gibbs. Gilbert will be a cornerstone piece for the future.

Trey Morrill (up 7 spots)

Morrill has a counterpart who is more well-known around the state. Morrill has some similar strengths, but the other plays for the Colorado

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