Posted On: 04/3/20 2:59 PM

Who says there are no post players in Nevada? In this article, we take a look at our top 10 low post scorers in the state.

1. Jaxon KohlerJaxonKohler6'9" | PFCoronado | 2022State#57NationNV 6’9 PF Coronado 2022 (#2PHN 2022)

Feet: 94

Hands: 92

Post Moves: 90

Finishing: 94

Overall: 92.5

This was a close one between Kohler and Jefferson, however, Kohler is slightly taller and while Jefferson grades out higher in some areas, Kohler’s overall grade won out.

2. Joshua JeffersonJoshuaJefferson6'6" | PFLiberty | 2022State#78NationNV 6’7 PF Liberty 2022 (#3PHN 2022)

Feet: 90

Hands: 92

Post Moves: 96

Finishing: 90

Overall: 92

Jefferson and Kohler are clearly the top 2 low post scorers in the state, and I hope I get to watch them battle for the next 2 seasons. Jefferson’s best skill is his post moves, as he has an array of moves that free him for easy looks down low.

3. Nati AsFawNatiAsFaw6'5" | PFDel Sol | 2020StateNV 6’5 PF Del Sol 2020 (#18PHN 2020) (featured image)

Feet: 93

Hands: 88

Post Moves: 86

Finishing: 91

Overall: 89.5

AsFaw has terrific feet and is strong as a bull. He likes to utilize a

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