Posted On: 05/15/20 9:30 AM

We hope by now most knowledgeable people know that rankings don’t determine who can play at the next level. We reached out to multiple coaches across the state to accumulate this list and some coaches did not respond. Either way players play themselves up and down the rankings with time and games under their belt. It is difficult to cover an entire state as most underclassmen get most of their minutes playing in lower level games. Players that were missed will be added in time. This is just a starting point and not an end all. 

#1 Trey EvansTreyEvans6'3" | SGWasatch Academy | 2023State#79NationUT (Wasatch Academy)

While Trey is not racking up major minutes on his team and he isn’t scoring an absurd amount of points as a freshman, Trey can play. Next season Trey will be able to accumulate more experience which will enable him to be more productive on the floor. Playing for one of the best basketball programs in the country has it’s pros and it’s share of sacrifices. Trey can handle the ball at the point guard position and he can shoot with the best of them as a shooting guard. In time as he grows he will be

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