Posted On: 02/5/21 9:11 AM

When it comes to prospects many have different roles but that doesn’t demenish their skills that can translate to the next level. Many prospects are asked to play different positions based on need that they will not be playing at the next level. Here is a short list of sleeper prospects making an impact. 

6’0 PG Zach Englebright, Summit Academy High School

Zach plays the PG position and he plays with a high motor. He likes to push it in transition and he gets in anes and finds ways to get to the rim. Zach is averaging 22 PPG this season he is getting others involved. Small school prospect that is still under the radar. Good looking shot from outside.

6’2 CG Zach Cantwell, Bingham High School

Zach has been one of the top defenders in the state and he has been solid and consistent. He’s in the top 5 when it comes to steals and is a stat stuffer with his all-around game. 

6’2 PG Eric GiangEricGiang6'2" | CGTaylorsville | 2021StateUT, Taylorsville High School

Eric is playing some solid basketball, especially on the defensive side as he is getting tips and steals. He is part of a major cultural change at

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