Posted On: 09/3/20 12:04 PM

Though the summer season was not what anyone expected heading into the year 2020, high school basketball players still got to participate in a summer season. I wanted to give a rundown of players from the state of Iowa that got to play this summer and showed well. Here is the class 4A wing players that stood out to me.

 

Tucker DeVriesTuckerDeVries6'7" | SFWaukee | 2021StateIA, 2021 - 6’7 Wing - OSA Crusaders/Kingdom Hoops 17U & Waukee High School

One of the bigger risers from the State of Iowa this summer would have to be Tucker DeVriesTuckerDeVries6'7" | SFWaukee | 2021StateIA. The wing/guard player is a really good shooter from the arch, and just knows what to do with the basketball. He’s able to fill several roles on the court whether that be scorer, shooter, lead guard, or anything the team needs. He’s a versatile player who I saw this summer with both OSA Crusaders and Kingdom Hoops. When Tucker payed for OSA he was a jack-of-all-trades player who filled the stat sheet, and when he played for Kingdom Hoops he was able to be a facilitator and put points up. He’s got a natural flow and craftiness to his game that will

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