Posted On: 01/19/21 12:21 PM

Here are some of the standout players that I saw in the Class of 2023 & 2024 from Week 6 high school basketball action.


Luke Keitges, Knoxville High School (2023)

A new name to gauge in the 2023 class is Luke Keitges out of Knoxville. At 6’4, Keitges is able to shoot the ball from the outside and has good size to hang inside as well. In the game against Pella Christian, the Panthers needed a second scorer and Keitges stepped up with a 17 point performance, 7 rebounds, and a steal on 3/7 from the 3pt line. This deep in-state 2023 class continues to grow throughout the season, and Keitges throws his hat in the ring.

Tate PetersenTatePetersen5'11" | PGMonticello | 2023StateIA, Monticello High School (2023)

In an intense game that went to overtime, the overtime period wasn’t dominated by upper-classmen, it was taken over by Sophomore Tate Peterson. He would go ahead and hit some timely 3pt shots in the overtime period and Camanche could not pace him. Peterson would finish the game with 17 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 assists on 5/7 shooting from the 3pt line and overall. If Peterson can consistently knock down outside jumpers like

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