Posted On: 01/8/21 10:15 AM

When it comes to sharp shooting guards Utah is never lacking. Choosing 5 is the difficult task. The amount of 3-pointers made doesn’t always tell the whole story. High volume shooters often make more for obvious reasons. Some players make less but shoot it a higher percentage. Then there are those that come in the clutch and can simply knock them down. 

6’2 Trei Rockhill, Crimson Cliffs High School

The Class of 2021 SG can really score from outside. He can score off the bounce and in spot up situations. He is what you would call a zone killer. He is so fluid in man off of handoffs and flare screens he really knows how to position himself and find open shots. He averages about 4 three-pointers a game. He is a player you do not want to leave open. Trei can play at the PG spot as well so, he is a good prospect for the next level for a team that is looking for some shooting from a guard. 

5’9 Diego MulfordDiegoMulford5'9" | PGCyprus | 2024UT, Cyprus High School

I’m going to go ahead and say this right now. Diego is probably the best shooter in the state when it

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