Posted On: 01/10/20 8:32 PM

The jump from year one to year two maybe one of the hardest things to overcome in sports. The pressures of life start to creep up a little bit more as you get older. For athletes they can use their freshman year as a platform to show they have arrived.  Some have such a great freshman year that  it is often times harder to replicate past success. However, the positives of year two are a young player starts to learn a bit more about their game and how they stack up against their competition. Mid way through the season in Nevada a number of 2022 propects have shown how truly great they are by ignoring that dreaded sophomore slump.

 

 

 

Declan Sawin 6'2 Combo Founders Academy (#36 2022)- In Sawin's second year he has shown more of his leadership skills as he was named the team captain. Which speaks volumes being such a young player still. Sawin is a small school product with a big game. If you want a versatile do it all kind of player look no further than Sawin he leads his team in scoring averaging 16.4 points per game. He also leads

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