Posted On: 04/19/19 7:00 AM

There aren't many big men in the Class of 2020 but one to definitely keep an eye on in AAU ball is Aiden Clark. The solid 6-foot-9, 200-pound post is hoping to to showcase himself in front of college coaches playing with Team Fly this spring and summer after emerging as a force on both ends at South Eugene in 2018-19.

"It was a very successful year," Clark said. "We had fun as an entire team and we really proved ourselves. Everyone looked at us at the beginning of the year and was like, that's South Eugene, they're not going to do much. And then next thing you know, halfway through the season comes and we're Top Ten and people are like wow, did not expect that."

"We weren't invited to the (Les Schwab Invitational) this year so we had a huge grudge on our shoulders to prove ourselves," Clark continued. "I thought we were able to come out, prove ourselves, and beat some teams that we weren't supposed to beat."

Individually, Clark averaged 11.7 points and 7.5 rebounds while leading the state in blocked shots with 3.0 per game. "I felt like I did a lot better this year

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