Posted On: 05/7/20 3:26 PM

Coaches are always looking for players that can provide versatility to their roster. A player that can play multiple position if they decide to go small or even bigger. Here are a few players that can provide some versatility from what we have already seen from them. 

6’8 Jake WahlinJakeWahlin6'8" | SFTimpview | 2021StateUT (Timpview)

While Jake has the height to play down on the blocks, his true game is away from the basket. Helping on the weak side getting blocks off the ball. With a great outside game and vision to pass the ball at multiple areas on the court Jake is one of the most versatile prospects in the state. He is a nice pick n’ pop action player. Running the floor he can really stretch the floor by filling the wing and pulling bigs out that allows for open lanes. 

6’8 Cameron BrimhallCameronBrimhall6'8" | PFLone Peak | 2021StateUT (Lone Peak)

Cameron has a big body and a great motor as he works his game inside out. With consistent  versatility Cameron can give you 1 to 2 threes a game at minimum. When he gets going, full steam ahead he is hard to stop. He is a workhorse on both ends of the

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