Posted On: 12/16/20 5:56 PM

The beauty of basketball is that development never stops. With specialized development and training, combined with the natural growth spurts teenagers undergo, some players become better players in college than they were in high school. In this article PH, takes a look at our all upside team. 

Dominque CliftonDominqueClifton6'2" | SGEldorado | 2021StateNV 6’1 SG Eldorado 2021 - Clifton played for a new coach last season, and no coach this year with the canceled season. The lefty could have really used an additional 20 plus games to show improved 3pt shooting and above-average R&J athleticism. May be a juco play, but with his ability to defend, and his speed and athleticism he is a clear candidate for improvement over the next few years. 

Azavier JohnsonAzavierJohnson6'4" | CGFaith Lutheran | 2021StateNV 6’4 CG Faith Lutheran 2021 - So excited to watch him develop in college. Johnson is a highly skilled combo that already has a college-level frame. Johnson is only 17 and could easily be one of the top players in the class of 2022. As it is he will take his talents to UTSA, making him an intriguing steal for the Roadrunners. 

Gray BraunGrayBraun6'4" | SFSpring Valley | 2021StateNV 6’4 SF Spring Valley 2021 - Braun didn’t play

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