Posted On: 05/4/18 12:31 PM
In a very short period of time, Exum Elite has turned themselves into one of the top club programs in the state. With teams from 15U to 17U participating in the gold division of the Adidas Gauntlet, this talented group will play one of the most challenging schedules of any teams in the west coast.
This group went 2-2 this past weekend in Atlanta as apart of their Adidas Gauntlet play. Both of their losses came to top tier teams on the Adidas Gauntlet circuit in D1 Minnesota and EG10 (Indiana).
This group has quite balanced and has a number of intriguing prospects who will undoubtedly make an impact next season at their local high schools. With that said, Duncan Reid and Dallin Grant are already proven commodities at the varsity level. Their strong play is crucial to the success of Exum Elite’s 15U team.
Ben Krystkowiak 6’1 SG 2021 Brighton
Coleman Ford 5’9 PG 2021 Timpview
Duncan Reid 6’3 SG 2021 Skyridge
Jake Wahlin 6’4 SF 2021 Timpview
Jaxon Kohler 6’6 PF 2022
Jordan Toscano 6’0 PG 2021 Bingham
Dallin Grant 6’7 SF 2021 Cedar
Lawson Lovering 6’10 C 2021 Central (WY)
Mason Mickelsen 6’6 C 2021 Highland (ID)
Tevita Mafileo 6’5 SF 2021 Jordan
Exum Elite’s 16U group is loaded with a lot of proven talent. Further, they provide good length and balance. Mason Falslev has had the most varsity success out of the players on this list, and he will look to play a huge role for this group throughout the spring and summer. In addition, Dyson Koehler is an intriguing prospect for the next level. As he continues to become more and more versatile, he will expand his recruitment. Moreover, continue to watch Andre Mulibe and Dallin Hall. This is without a doubt one of the top teams in the state as well as nation. They have demonstrated that with their 5-3 record on the Gauntlet.
Andre Mulibe 6-6 SF 2020 East
Baylor Harrop 6-3 SG 2020 Fremont
Dallin Hall 6-3 PG 2020 Fremont
Dyson Koehler 6-6 SF 2020 Jordan
Jace Whiting 6-0 PG 2020 Burley (ID)
Kase Peterson 6-6 PF 2020 Herriman
Kemari Bailey 6-4 C 2020 Juan Diego
Mason Falslev 6-3 PG 2020 Sky View
This 17U team is stacked with Division-1 talent. Some of the most notable prospects in terms of already known Division-I commodities include: Rylan Jones (Utah), Matthew Van Komen, and Isaac Johnson.Further, Trey Stewart has recently received NCAA Division-1 offers. This group is also extremely balanced with a number of prospects who can fill it up like Tyson Garff. Moreover, Jaxon Pollard has played well during his time on the Gauntlet.
This group is one of the top 17U teams in the nation. They have gone 7-2 thus far and seem to be primed to continue this trend. Jones, for anyone who has questioned Utah talent, is without a doubt one of the best guards in the nation. He does everything extremely well and makes his teammates better.
Cameron Krystkowiak 6-9 PF 2018 Brighton
Emmanuel Kuac 6-7 SG 2019 Kearns
Isaac Johnson 6-10 SF 2019 American Fork
Jaxon Pollard 6-7 SG 2019 Lone Peak
Luc Krystkowiak 6-5 SF 2019 Brighton
Matthew Van Komen 7-4 C 2019 Pleasant Grove
Rylan Jones 6-0 PG 2019 Olympus
Trey Stewart 6-3 SG 2019 American Fork
Tyson Garff 6-6 PG 2019 Davis