Posted On: 09/15/21 2:00 AM

The ability for a player to play multiple positions is such a weapon for coaches at all levels.  The potential to guard more than one opponent on the floor is a real separator for prospects hoping to catch the eye of college scouts.  At the Colorado Top 250 on September 12th, a handful of wing players stood out and really made a case to gain the coveted label, VERSATILE.

Dylan Sanders Dylan Sanders 6'4" | CG Colorado Prep | 2022 State CO - 6’4"

I get the feeling Dylan would be the kind of Swiss army knife, meaning he has many tools at his disposal, any coach would love.  He can play 1,2,3 at both ends of the floor, but what stands out for Dylan is he’s tough enough to guard bigger guys and quick enough to guard smaller lightning-quick guys too.  This means I would not hesitate to throw him against certain 4’s and wouldn’t be afraid of him matching against guys 3 or 4 inches taller.  That is a gift that will earn him minutes no matter what team he plays for at the next level.  I loved his attacking mindset in transition and he showed me he is a monster attack with his right hand in

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