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Posted On: 03/8/21 10:45 AM

The best way to help your stock rise is to play against top talent at the highest stage. Here are a few players that helped their stock rise based on their playoff performance.

6’2 Kaleb Furey, Westlake High School

Kaleb has been a sleeper mainly because ehe plays on a team that has so much balance. The first thing that stands out about Kaleb’s game is his athletic bounce. This kid can fly. It never gets old because he isn’t very big but he can get up and throw it down. He is s a problem in the open floor. He plays at such a high pace that he is difficult to slow down. Besides his bounce, Kaleb can shoot the ball really well from deep. He is a good passer and he is elite moving without the basketball. He would be a huge find at the NWAC level, but he has the talent to play at a higher level. 

6’5 Tyson Hawkins Tyson Hawkins 6'4" | SG Lehi | 2021 State UT , Lehi High School

Although many might think Tyson is a wing or an off-guard he is naturally a PG. With two other players on the team that can handle the ball extremely well he tended

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