Posted On: 01/6/22 5:43 PM

The season is in full swing and has already had a ton of fabulous performances. While technically it’s still early, several players have stepped up to steal the spotlight. Many of those same players have come from nowhere to make a name for themselves. In this article, we take a look at some of our top breakthrough performers from the Midseason point. 

David Estes David Estes 6'7" | PF Basic | 2022 State NV 6’7 PF Basic 2022 (#68PHN 2022) (featured image) - Expectations were high for the forward from Basic, and he has exceeded them. Estes has put together some monster numbers while keeping the Wolves in the hunt. He is averaging over 18ppg on the season, and Basic is over 500. His play has helped him earn an offer from local JC CSN. 

Jaylin Philips Jaylin Philips 5'10" | SG Desert Oasis | 2022 State NV 5’10 CG Desert Oasis 2022 (#104PHN 2022) - DO has been one of the surprise teams of the season and Phillips has been a big reason why. Originally I thought of him as more of a shooting guard, however, he has shown the ability to play both positions for DO. Philips orchestrates the offense at a high level and manages to get key buckets when called upon for his

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