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. 

 

Kenyon Spottedhorse

Kenyon Spottedhorse is not prepared to simply hand the title of top robber to Sebastian Eloe. Kenyon, himself took off with 4.8 steals a game as well. Kenyon is longer and his wiry frame and twitchy activity on the court allowed him to constantly get his hands on the ball. 

 

Carlos Camacho

Think of Carlos as the Muggsy Bogues of Idaho high school basketball. His 5’5” frame allows him to threaten ball handlers with quickness and positioning. He takes away 4.6 of his counterparts’ possessions

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