Posted On: 06/14/21 9:19 AM
Officially introducing the newest ranking update from Idaho’s class of 2023! After finishing the 2020-21 season and reviewing the beginning of the spring and summer basketball season, a lot of great players have already emerged from the class of 2023 and will truly make a name for themselves during the upcoming season. As with all of the rankings updates, the following articles will analyze a few of the players from the class of 2023 that greatly improved their positioning and raised their stock as well as players that are new to the rankings as they are officially being ranked for the first time. Continue reading for a preview of some of the players from the class of 2023 rankings update.
Tyler Jacobson Tyler Jacobson 5'8" | PG Post Falls | 2023 State ID , Post Falls: Jacobson had a great season for Post Falls and will look to help the Trojans bring home a district title and a bid to the state tournament during the upcoming season. Tyler can do it all for Post Falls and is really starting to carve out his own role within the team. Jacobson can shoot from outside, drive to the basket and finish through contact, or pull up short and knock down the mid-range jumper. Tyler will be using this summer to hone his skills and make a name for himself up north next season.
Tate Johansen Tate Johansen 5'10" | PG Middleton | 2023 State ID , Middleton: Coming off of a state title season, Tate will look to improve his skills and help lead the Vikings to another deep run at the state championship in March. Johansen was a key piece of the Middleton squad last season and will hope to expand his role to have an even bigger impact on their success. He does an excellent job of running the offense and getting his teammates involved through cutting and dishing out assists. Tate is also an excellent rebounder on both ends of the floor.
Floyd Nelson Floyd Nelson 6'0" | SG Mullan | 2023 State ID , Mullan: Representing for the smaller schools, Floyd did a great job last season of making lots of contributions for Mullan. Nelson will look to help Mullan have more success next season while looking for a district title and a chance to make a splash at the state tournament. Watch for Nelson to increase his stock this season as he also does a great job of making his teammates better.