Posted On: 08/12/21 6:05 PM

Let’s get the elephant in the room out of the way. The players in Nevada lost an entire year of their career last season, due to the shutdown of the H.S season. Many players were poised to use the season to make a name for themselves. As it stands, because so many players were denied an opportunity last year, it’s provided more opportunities for players to put together breakout seasons this year. Some players would have undoubtedly made a splash last year, while others would probably have had to wait until this season for their breakout moments anyway. For players in the class of 2024, this season is going to be their first taste of H.S basketball action. In this article, we take a look at some under-the-radar class of 2024 players set to have impacts during their first season. 

Jeramiah Toby Jeramiah Toby 5'11" | PG Meadows | 2024 State NV 5’11 PG Meadows (#42) - I envision Toby as a tempo-changing guard for the Mustangs. They are loaded in the backcourt, however, his speed and quickness could be put to good use. On ball, he can hawk opposing ballhandlers, and offensively his ability to play in transition compliments the 1,2 punch of Ryan Hannig Ryan Hannig 5'10" | CG Palo Verde | 2023 State NV

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