Posted On: 01/14/21 2:54 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 been a few games in determining who we deem as the top teams in the state. Well, good news, we are a couple of weeks removed from the start of the season. With a late start and condensed season, getting off to a quick start is important. One conference that did not see a change and will again be the state’s conference to watch is the Centennial league. Let’s look at a LOADED conference.

Chase D’AgostinoChaseD’Agostino6'4" | CGArapahoe | 2022StateCO – Arapahoe

D’Agostino was not a big part of Arapahoe’s team last season but did learn the ropes as a sophomore and contributed a bit. This season he will step into a role where he will be relied on to keep the momentum going. Chase is a 6’4 combo-guard that steps onto the wing with his size and is a solid scorer and defender. Chase plays hard on both ends of the floor, fills in gaps and runs the floor, and makes quick and smart decisions

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