Posted On: 09/27/20 11:40 PM

The Utah Fall Jump-Off took place from Thursday through Saturday and a number of club teams from Oregon made their first appearance of the season. For Elite 24, their Volt squad ended up with the best showing with a 3-1 record, with their only loss to a Division I talent-laden PHH Prep squad in a game they only lost by 13 points. The squad was filled with several top players from the state’s Class of 2022 and here’s a look at how they performed.

Samaje MorganSamajeMorgan5'8" | PGChurchill | 2022StateOR (2022 Churchill)

It’d been awhile since we had seen Morgan play - it was last at the Les Schwab Invitational - so we had forgotten just how quick and fast the point guard was. The 5-foot-9 point guard was a complete blur on the court, racing up and down whether he had the ball in his hands or not. The second there was a steal in Elite 24’s pressure defense, he was streaking to the hoop for either an easy two for himself or a dish to a teammate. Morgan’s outside shot may still need some consistency but he hit enough of them to keep the defenses honest and his patented runner

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