Posted On: 01/4/21 9:33 PM

2020 wasn’t perfect, but there was basketball. Thanks to the efforts of both AAU and High School coaches players had the opportunity to hone their craft, compete with their teammates, and gain exposure. While so much of the focus has been on subtraction, I wanted to take a look at some of the additions. In this article we breakdown some players ready to rise in the next rankings. 

Maximus RomeroMaximusRomero5'9" | PGSpring Valley | 2024StateNV 5’9 PG Spring Valley 2024 (#33PHN 2022) - Saw Romero recently at the Great Western Winter Classic, and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. He has a tremendous feel for the game, and quite a bit of skill to go with it. He is a natural shooter who is accurate in catch and shoot situations, and he handles well enough to organize and run the offense. 

Isaiah DahlIsaiahDahl6'3" | SGElko | 2022StateNV 6’3 SG Elko 2022 (#47PHN 2022) - I knew Dahl had a strap, but what has me thinking that he may be underatted is his floor game. He has shown the ability to get all the way to the rim off the dribble and finishes efficiently with both hands. You can make a case that all

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