Posted On: 10/3/21 9:36 AM

In this micro session we take a look at 3 teams and 3 players that have turned some heads in one way or another this fall. With various events and fall-ball leagues there is enough coverage to notice improvement and development. 

Three Teams

Davis High School 

If you are familiar with high school basketball in Utah you know that there is no team that that will ever take the Davis Darts lightly. The defending 6A State Champions have some strong pieces and the are usually not hitting their full stride this early in the season, they are a team that usually picks it up later in the year. With excellent college prospects like Rex Sunderland Rex Sunderland 6'3" | PG Davis | 2022 State UT and Henry Ihrig the Darts have shown some flashes of a team that will truly make a defense of their title. 

Orem High School 

Orem has been really impressive this fall, with various new additions to their team that will require some time to build and also some players missing because they’re playing football, Orem is going to be good. They have size and they have experience and talent. Dane Christensen Dane Christensen 6'7" | SF Orem | 2022 State UT is a solid prospect along with Rex Sunderland Rex Sunderland 6'3" | PG Davis | 2022 State UT and Henry Ihrig the Darts have shown some flashes of a team that will truly make a defense of their title.  Orem High School  Orem has been really impressive this fall, with various new additions to their team that will require some time to build and also some players missing because they’re playing football, Orem is going to be good. They have size and they have experience and talent. Dane Christensen Dane Christensen 6'7" | SF Orem | 2022 State UT is a solid prospect along with Nick Clark Nick Clark 6'3" | SG Orem | 2022 State UT . They also have some youngsters that can play such as Lance Reynolds Lance Reynolds 6'1" | PG Orem | 2024 State UT . They will be true 5A Contenders. Dixie High School  Dixie is no stranger to playing with a bullseye on their back and that might be the case this year once again as they have a roster loaded with talent. Although some of the other neighboring schools are closing the gap they still have some top tier talent. Kean Webb Kean Webb 6'10" | C Dixie | 2023 State UT is an interesting prospect that has size and strength, he is also mobile. Kyle Lemke Kyle Lemke 6'9" | C Dixie | 2024 State UT is also going to be a prospect that will develop as a solid 2024 player. The kid everyone is excited to watch is incoming freshmen John Southwick John Southwick 6'0" | CG Dixie | 2025 State UT who will likely not be available till late in the season.  Three Players 6’8 Jackson Johnson || Alta High School || 2024 || This kid came out of nowhere and he is good. With elite size and shooting ability to go along with skill and some nice touch. Jackson is a college prospect that will develop nicely.  6’4 Tyler Burraston Tyler Burraston 6'4" | SG Corner Canyon | 2022 State UT || Corner Canyon High School || 2022 || If you’re looking for a shooter in the class this kid is a must watch. Although there is a lot of good shooter in the Class of 2022, Tyler is elite. The kid if allowed will challenge the state record and he shoots it at a high percentage.  6’2 Dravyn Gibbs-Lawhorn Dravyn Gibbs-Lawhorn 6'2" | PG RSL Academy | 2023 State #18 Nation UT || RSL Academy || 2023 || This kid is for real. He is a D1 guard that can score in so many ways. People talk about three-level scoring, well Dravyn has reached the next level. Must watch as he makes it look easy at times. 

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