Posted On: 04/7/20 9:37 PM

The 2019-2020 season is officially over. It was a season full of excitement thanks to dynamic players on both sides of the ball. We’re fortunate, as many players will be back next season. In this article, we take a look at the returning Shot Blocking leaders for the state of Nevada.

Christopher Smalley 6'4 PF Douglass 2022 - The leading rim protector in the Sierra returns. Smalley is a good looking young prospect that not only rebounds well but also led the conference in shot blocks averaging over 1 and a half blocks per game.

Sam Smith 6'5 PF Reno 2021 - After a slow start, Smith came on strong late in the season. He averaged exactly one block per game last year. If his late-season surge is any inclination, close-range buckets may be tough to come by for Reno opponents next year. 

Sam Purgason 6'5 PF Truckee 2022 - It was a productive season for the young Truckee Big man. In addition to rebounding at a high level, he will return as the top shot-blocker in the conference. Purgason averaged just over 1 block per game last season.

Arvind Gill 6'3 PF Coral Academy of Sciences - It was

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