Posted On: 05/18/20 11:08 AM

The updated Prep Hoops Nevada player rankings come out this month. Due to obvious circumstances, it’s been difficult to see as many players as we wanted live. The good news is, the recent shutdown has provided ample opportunity for me to discover talented players during hours of dedicated film study, because of this I expect these to be the most detailed and accurate rankings to date. In this article, PH takes a look at some class of 2023 players set to rise.

Jordan MorencyJordanMorency6'2" | PGSilverado | 2023StateNV 6’2 PG Silverado 2023 (#6) - Morency has performed well versus high-level competition, and he contributed on varsity as a freshman. Good creator, with the ability to find open teammates or make a play for himself.

David PooleDavidPoole5'10" | PGMojave | 2023StateNV 5’10 PG Mojave 2023 (#11) - Poole saw major playing time in his first year at Mojave. The powerfully built guard is a solid defender that can get to the rack at will. Good combo guard that can defend both backcourt positions, his production, potential, and physicality have him set to rise.

Elijah BurneyElijahBurney5'9" | PGCentennial | 2023StateNV 5’9 PG Centennial (#16) - Burney was a clutch player for the Centennial freshmen squad last season. He’s

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