Posted On: 04/7/19 11:03 PM

As we finish out the school year with some seniors still playing club ball and into the April live period, let’s look at which players may make the biggest impact next year for different skills. Some have it all, but most are specialists.

Here are the Top-5 Most Versatile:

1. Cassius Carmichael 6'4" Ironwood  

Carmichael played the 1-5 for the Eagles making him the clear most versatile player in the class. At only 6'4" his athleticism and ball handling allowed him to do both. 

2. Emmanuel Taban 6'7" Apollo

Taban is another who played almost all 5 positions. In a pinch he would handle the ball and make plays and they went small often and he was technically the center. He is mostly a wing 

3. Otis Frazier III 6'5" Buckeye 

Frazier3 played the 1-4 for the Hawks. He is primarily their scoring wing but went small ball he was the 4 and went really big he played the lead guard role. 

4. Grant Ward 6'4" Buena 

Ward defended the 1-5 plus played all positions. In club he plays on the wing for Alvin Gentry and plays PG for Buena. 

5. Kyle Patterson 6'5" Perry (Air Force football commit)  


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