2020 Watch List: Early Impact Prospects Part 1


Posted On: 06/23/18 9:30 PM

While there are many skilled 2020 prospects who have sat back and waited their turns, there are a couple of 2020s who have already demonstrated they can play at this level. Below is the first list of prospects who had solid seasons despite their youth. Keep an eye on these guys to elevate their play this upcoming season.

2020 Watch List: Early Impact Prospects

Cameron Chism 6’2 G Bountiful

There might not be a better shooter in this class than this lefty. He has a smooth and quick release. Further, he is not afraid to let it fly from anywhere on the court. Bountiful has a nice looking team next year with shooters and decent length. Chism will be a key part of the team maintaining their high level of play.

Richie Saunders 6’4 G/F Riverton

Saunders had arguably the most success out of any 2020 on this list. He is one of the most versatile prospects in this class and is without a doubt going to have an even bigger role for Riverton next year. He is one of the top prospects in this class and looks poised to be one of the top prospects to come out of Riverton.

Dallin Hall 6’3 G Fremont

Hall is not afraid of the moment. He demonstrated that on numerous occasions this past season. The 2020 prospect from Fremont plays with a chip on his shoulder and believes he is the best player on any court he steps on. This campus aided him in propelling Fremont to a solid season least year. Expect more of success this upcoming season.

Dyson Koehler 6’7 F Jordan

Koehler has one of the highest upsides of any of the prospects on this list.¬†Dyson Frank¬†was a nice addition to the team. However, it was Koehler’s consistent play that continued to elevate Jordan and propel them to a lot of success to this past season. He can shoot it from deep and play on the block. His potential is extremely high.

Trevon Snoddy 6’4 F Skyridge

Snoddy is long for a 2020, but undersized if he continues to play at the 4. However, his motor and toughness aid him in playing that spot. He does the little things and competes on every possession.

Mason Falslev 6’3 G Sky View

Falslev might be the most skilled prospect on this list as he is a walking bucket. He scored over 20 points on 11 occasions with one of those performances being in the final 4 against eventual state champ Salem Hills. In addition to scoring the basketball at a high level, Falslev makes his teammates better. He moves the ball extremely well. Continue to watch Falslev as one of the top prospects in this group.

Mark Huber 5’10 G Bear River

Bear River exceeded many people’s expectations this past season. Huber and their youthful core was a key reason why. Huber was second on the team in scoring and assists. He will take over the primary playmaking this upcoming season en route to Bear River having another solid season.