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Posted On: 06/17/22 8:53 AM

The class of 2023 is understandably the focus of the 2022 summer hoops season in the state of Utah, but the class of 2024 cannot be overlooked. This group of players is littered with talented guards, forwards, and bigs who can all make an impact at the next level. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best juniors the state of Utah has to offer on the hardwood. Do not fret if you don’t see a name on here that you feel should be included, as this is only part one of a five-part series. 

KJ Miller KJ Miller 6'3" | CG Layton | 2024 State UT - 6’3/CG- Layton High School

Miller’s play had caught the eyes of local coaches ever since he was coming up, and the rest of the Utah community is starting to take notice. The 6’3 combo guard has a nice stroke and is good off the dribble. Miller can slice through the lane and hit from deep when needed. He’s going to be a big part of what Layton does in the winter and has all the potential to grow into a great player. 

David Katoa David Katoa 6'4" | CG RSL Academy | 2024 State UT - 6’4/CG- RSL Academy 


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