Posted On: 10/7/19 8:25 AM

Blocking shots is a great way to make an impact on defense. Stealing the ball before a shot is even taken is even better. With a steal, there is a change of possession, whereas with a block, that’s not always the case. Here are some of the top returning steals leaders in Idaho prep basketball. 

 

Sebastian Eloe

Last year on the hardwood, Sebastian Eloe was simply a pest. Despite not being particularly long, he managed to use his quickness, aggression and instincts to lead the state in thefts, absconding with nearly 5 (4.8) steals a game. 

 

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