Posted On: 07/17/21 10:12 AM

Not every guy gets to attempt 20 shots a game. Not everyone runs the point. But there are a whole lot of jobs that must be done for a team to succeed. Team-first guys do the dirty work that it takes to win. And often they miss out on the spotlight.

Here are a few big school bigs who do some of that dirty work (in alphabetical order):

Jaron Briggs Jaron Briggs 6'4" | CG Piper | 2022 State KS , 6-foot-4 forward, 2022, Piper:

Briggs sort of defies a position. He has the ball skills of a guard, and the athleticism to play anywhere. But at 6-foot-4 and with his powerful physique, he can fit the ‘big’ category for this exercise. He overpowers opponents in the lane, and ripped down 7.5 rebounds as a junior. He works hard at both ends, and picked up 2.5 steals last year. Because he runs with incredibly talented club teams, Briggs is a Swiss Army knife, filling in gaps and doing the dirty work.

Aron Davis, 6-foot-3 forward, 2023, Seaman:

Davis really came on as a sophomore for the Vikings, having some really impressive games against top opponents. With a collection of talented guards around him, Davis focuses on the grunt work,

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