Photo: Hillcrest Athletics

Posted On: 06/3/21 9:21 AM

The transition that most coaches are having to make in order to compete is moving towards the right direction. That direction is having players that can play multiple positions which has created positions such as Combo Guards that can play on the ball or off the ball but not be designated as Shooting Guards. The other position that seems to be trending is that Wing position that is designating players that can play that traditional 3 and 4 positions as well. Height is not defining positions anymore and here is a list of a few players that fit this flexible mold to watch. 

6’5 Trey Evans Trey Evans 6'5" | PG RSL Academy | 2023 State #79 Nation UT | RSL Academy | CDE Elite |

Trey has tremendous IQ and he is able to use that IQ at various positions. From 1-3 Trey has the skill to create for himself or others. His length is great when he is the primary ball handler and when he is off the ball he is threat from deep. Like his mentality to slash and kick as well. Trey has upside and he continues to get better every year. 

6’5 Micah Madry Micah Madry 6'5" | CG Hillcrest | 2023 State UT | Hillcrest High School | Utah Mountain Stars |


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