Payton Sandfort

Posted On: 02/22/21 2:30 PM


Payton SandfortPaytonSandfort6'7" | SFWaukee | 2021State#138NationIA

The favorite: Outside of maybe Cedar Falls in 4A-4, there isn’t a bigger favorite in a substate than Waukee is here. The Warriors have beaten Ankeny, the substate’s #2 seed, twice this year by a combined 65 points. The Warriors have a +23 point per game differential, and they’re winning games by an average of 28.5 points a game. Drake signee Tucker DeVriesTuckerDeVries6'7" | SFWaukee | 2021State#123NationIA (18.9, 6.9 rebounds, 5.8 assists, 3.5 steals) leads the team in scoring, while Iowa signee Payton SandfortPaytonSandfort6'7" | SFWaukee | 2021State#138NationIA (17.7, 8.2 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 47.5 3P%) leads the team in rebounding. His younger brother Pryce SandfortPryceSandfort6'4" | SFWaukee | 2023State#140NationIA (8.1, 57.5 3P%) is a sniper, and Dowling transfer Omaha BiliewOmahaBiliew6'9" | SFWaukee | 2023State#6NationIA (11.3, 8.0 rebounds, 3.2 blocks) is one of the top 2023 prospects in the country. This Waukee team is loaded with talent and is an overwhelming favorite here. 

The biggest threat: Ankeny has a young, talented group that will benefit from playing in a substate final. Among their top six scorers are three juniors, two sophomores and

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