Spring Stand Outs


Posted On: 05/18/18 3:51 PM

Now that the first couple of live periods are behind us, here is a look at some under-the-radar Utah players that have played well so far this spring:


F – Rich Stucki (6’8″) — Davis High School

Rich played for the Mountain Hoops Unsigned Seniors in April coached by Brian Swindlehurst (Salt Lake CC assistant coach).  Stucki showed that he can play on the perimeter by hitting 3’s, switching ball screens & locking down guards on defense, & dribble-driving from the top of the key.  Rich needs to get stronger, but after a two-year LDS mission, he may come back with more strength & physicality to play at the collegiate level.



F – Dyson Frank (6’7″) — Jordan High School

Dyson Frank has been a pleasant surprise for Utah Basketball Club this spring.  He has quickly become one of the more intriguing players in Utah for Division 1 schools.  Many schools have inquired & will be following his progress through the summer.  Dyson can shoot the 3, but also has the length & strength to rebound and play on the interior as well.



G – Dallin Hall (6’3″) — Fremont High School

Dallin has performed well so far in the Adidas tournaments for Exum Elite.  After the April live periods, Hall went on a visit to Utah Valley & received his first Division 1 offer.  He has been solid at the point guard position & has handled pressure well.  Is also big & strong enough to play the wing if needed.  He is also only going into his junior year so he is just getting started.



F – Dallin Spencer (6’5″) — Lehi High School

Dallin played well for the Mountain Hoops Unsigned Seniors in California during the 2nd live period in April.  Spencer showed that he can step outside & hit the 3, but also showed toughness on the interior with excellent rebounding & physicality.  Dallin has offers from several NWAC schools, a couple of National Junior Colleges, & picked up interest from several Division 2 schools after the tournament.