Posted On: 11/20/20 1:38 PM

Owasso coach Brian Montonati said the Rams have experience on their side this season.

"We’ve got everybody back from our team last year, which is unique, and those guys played in a lot of big basketball games," Montonati said. "We’ve got depth where we can play probably eight-to-10 kids."

Returning for the Rams is senior guard Trent EllisonTrentEllison6'3" | CGOwasso | 2021StateOK, a touted prospect with a powerful scoring attack. Montonati also cited his 35-inch vertical as being the highest on Owasso’s roster.

"Trent’s biggest strength is how strong he is," Montonati said. "He’s in the weight room a lot, he’s gained over 10 pounds since last year."

"Trent’s shooting it a lot better than what he did last year, but also his mid-range game, I think, is his best asset," Montonati said.

Guard-forward Bryce JourneeBryceJournee6'4" | PFOwasso | 2021StateOK, who Montonati said is among the most improved players in Owasso’s conference, will also return to play a significant role for the Rams.

"Bryce is extremely athletic, he’s a guy that can finish at the rim, he plays above the rim," Montonati said. "He shoots it really well from three. . . and he’s just one of those kids that can play

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