Posted On: 05/21/20 10:42 AM

In the past few years Utah has had some prospects that could really do a lot on the floor. These stat-stuffers are always a threat to notch themselves a triple double. Players like Dallin HallDallinHall6'4" | PGFremont | 2020State#301NationUT, Rylan Jones and Mason FalslevMasonFalslev6'1" | PGSky View | 2020State#228NationUT that did a little bit of everything for their teams. 

Here is a list of a few players that could make it happen. 

6’6 Justin RodgersJustinRodgers6'6" | SFToole | 2021StateUT (Tooele) 

While leading his team in almost every statistical category Justin is in-line to be in every statistical category next season and being able to accumulate enough of everything to pull of a triple double. While racking up 12 double-doubles last year he was really close a few times at notching a triple-double. While he does attract a lot of attention when he touches the ball, a few extra kick-outs could allow Justin to get there. Justin could be the state’s leading rebounder next year.

6’6 Max Topham (Parowan)

A relatively unknown name because he plays out in 2A in Parowan. Max is another player that can absolutely provide multi-use. Last season he averaged 12, 6 and 5. He also had a 20, 10 and 10 game last

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