Posted On: 03/26/21 4:14 PM

There’s a prestigious club that not many players get invited to in their careers and is only open to a select few as reaching 1,000 points in a high school basketball career is a benchmark every top scorer hopes to achieve. It’s no easy task.

In a condensed season, it is even more difficult, but we had some players do it.

Below is a look at those hoopsters that have reached the magic number.

Greyson Carter Greyson Carter 6'4" | SF Fairview | 2021 State CO – Fairview

Carter is a player that I undoubtedly feel could’ve played basketball at the next level. But when you are a division I athlete and the diamond is calling you, you listen. Carter will play baseball at the next level, but the 6’4 wing was one of the state’s top players for the last few seasons. Carter has been consistently scoring the ball and also is a rebounding monster that uses his size to get what he wants. He can space the floor with his outside shot but is not afraid to throw his body around as well and score over helpless defenders. The best part about his game is how easy it comes to him. He’s setting hard screens and

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