Posted On: 12/22/20 4:32 PM

There have been changes to the world as we know it, and the Colorado high school basketball scene has taken its fair share of changes as well. Typically, we will have already started with some tournaments at this time of the year to get things kicked off, but there has to be a compromise on both ends. Not only will the season start late, but it will be a condensed season, so teams and players must get off to hot starts. Here we will focus on the new leagues across the state. One conference that had a shake-up this offseason and will be a new-look is the 5A/4A Northern League. It will be an interesting league and, hopefully, more competitive.

Kayan Hargrave – Erie

Hargrave is another player for Erie that has gotten overlooked but has put together a solid career so far and should get much more recognition. In only Hargrave’s sophomore season, he was one of the conference's top players and was very consistent throughout the season. Hargrave put up 10.4 points a game, which was good for second on the team, and showed off his versatility by grabbing 3.4 boards a game. Hargrave crashes boards, gives himself

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