Posted On: 04/5/21 1:58 PM

With the season over, we want to take a look back at a season that was before we head onto the grassroots scene. Here we focus on some senior guards that stood out in 3A during their state-run.

Holden Morgan – Highland

Morgan is a player that we did not know much about, but after a big season and a run with a talented Highland team, he jumped onto our radars and proved that he belonged. After having a career where he helped the Huskies win many games, Morgan deserves recognition and buckled down in his senior season to help Highland finish with a 14-2 overall record. He is an undersized big at 6’2 but makes up for it with heart and determination. He is not outworked on plays, fights hard on both ends of the floor, and does all of the small things. In the playoffs, he offered resistance down low as a force on the boards but also showcased versatility going 3-4 from beyond the arc in a win over University, where he finished with 20 points and then following that up with 12 points, 8 rebounds and five assists in the loss to Manual. Morgan is a

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