Conference Preview

Posted On: 05/29/20 4:35 PM

Perhaps no time in a player’s development is more crucial than the year between his sophomore and junior seasons. In Las Vegas, we need to look no further than our own back yard for a perfect example. Going into his junior season, Mwani Wilkerson was buried deep on the Bishop Gorman bench, two years later he’s a top 100 player nationally and on his way to LSU. In this article, PH takes a look at some of the players poised to make a similar name for themselves.

Jamir StephensJamirStephens6'1" | PGDesert Pines | 2022StateNV 6’1 PG Desert Pines (#12) - I’m looking for guys that are talented, used to winning and are teammates of elite players. Stephens checks all three of those boxes. Plays a specific role for DP, however, he’s one breakout summer away from really raising some eyebrows. He can defend, score in transition, and play both backcourt spots offensively and defensively.

Brandon EnriquezBrandonEnriquez6'6" | CShadow Ridge | 2022StateNV 6’6 C Rancho (#22) - Couple things I ask myself when evaluating bigs is, how often are they being fed and what do they do when they’re not eating? Enriquez rarely touched the ball on the offensive end for the Rams, however, that did not

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