Posted On: 02/10/21 3:22 PM

Nearly a month into the delayed high school season, I’ve had a chance to watch a handful of JV games featuring some promising prospects. Some of these players also see small minutes at the varsity level, and have proven to be guys that colleges will want to track over the next few years as they continue to develop.

Trey Smith (6’4 2023 W, Osseo)- Due to the depth of Osseo’s 2022 class, Trey has been playing a majority of his time at the JV level. A long and lanky prospect with fluid athleticism, the physical attributes of Trey alone are enough to make him an intriguing prospect. Watching him play, Trey handles it well for his size, and is able to make plays getting into the lane or pulling up from mid-range. He’s an athletic player who can elevate for some tough finishes around the rim, has a smooth shooting stroke, and showcased some solid vision as a passer. Add in defensive versatility due to his length and mobility, and he has a high ceiling as a college prospect. 

Jency Davis (5’7 2024 PG, Columbia Heights)- Jency occasionally sees minutes at the varsity level, but has been a standout playing JV

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