Posted On: 02/15/20 2:42 PM

Although 1A is the smallest division in high school basketball, there is a handful of talented players that can be developed into excellent basketball players. Two of the teams in the top 4 of the western conference alone hold a lot of prospects. Ambrose and Riverstone.

AmbrosePaul Yenor #30

Paul YenorLast Tuesday (2/11/20) Yenor dropped 12 points in Ambrose's win against the Riverstone Otters. This was a great test for Yenor and the rest of his team since Riverstone sits at 4th in their league and Ambrose is #1 in the league and #3 overall. Yenor also had to duel it out against two Riverstone players standing at least 6'7 or over. Yenor himself stands at 6'6, weighs 220 and is a solid player underneath. Sometimes he drives to the rim too hard either getting an offensive foul or missing a layup, but other than that he plays very hard and is smart with the ball. Work with him more on jumping, shooting, and finesse moves and you will have yourself one heck of a college basketball player. Hudson Hughes

Hudson Hughes: Hughes had himself a real good game against the Otters,

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