Posted On: 06/18/20 2:19 PM

With very little going on in the state when it comes to teams playing, Dinos Trigonis has made his way to Utah to provide a platform for players to play against different talent across the state. 

With around 100 participating players with various skill levels. Players in this league are split into different teams. This showcase type of a league lets us evaluate talent.

The teams have been hand selected with only a few players playing with their high school teammates. It was easy to see that there was a learning curve for players involved as they learned to play with their new teammates. There was also some competitive adrenaline being released while players got their game legs back. 

Here are a few players that stood out after Day 2.

We start off Day 2 with two youngsters that just looked different on the court against their counterparts. 

6’0 Jordan RossJordanRoss6'0" | PGPleasant Grove | 2023State#85NationUT (Pleasant Grove)

Jordan displayed a smooth game as he dribbles with ease setting up his man to get off his shot. He has increased his range and he is pulling up without hesitation. Jordan has turned the heads of some major programs with the skills he currently

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