Posted On: 03/20/19 11:02 AM

The 5A state tournament saw a host of players make a name for themselves on the biggest stage. Here, Prep Hoops takes a look at several players that took over in games and did not have to do it with their scoring. 

Caulin Swain – Denver East

Swain was the biggest beneficiary of advancing to the post season and then making a name for himself. He came alive in the post season as Kwane Marble went down with an injury and showcased that the Angels had a hidden gem all along that just needed and opportunity. Swain showed off his sneaky athleticism and showcased that he was a big-time scorer given the chance. Swain was able to get loose against Gateway when East easily cruised past them and it was behind Swains 29 points which was one of the best offensive performances for the playoffs and his career high. He followed that up in a loss against Ralston Valley where he dropped 20 points as he got into the paint and carved up defenders with his quick handles and finishes. Swain is an unsigned Senior that will have to have a big summer and if he picks up

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