Posted On: 06/15/22 10:06 AM

The last day of tournaments can often be the most difficult to scout players. Of course, everyone is tired after a grueling week of play, but at the same time, doesn’t that make it even more impressive when competitors can overcome the soreness and show out. With that in mind, let’s look at some players that stood out on the last day of the Great Western Classic.

Jackson Rhees Jackson Rhees 6'0" | SG Spanish Fork | 2023 State UT - 6’0/ SG- Spanish Fork
Rhees is one of those rare guards that can do it all. He excels at  both scoring and getting his teammates involved. This senior guard has an excellent feel for the game, allowing him to impact both ends of the floor. On defense, he knows just when to leave his man to help on drives and swarm the paint. Rhees is also a good athlete who can soar through the lane on offense. He likes to drive to the hoop but will not force bad shots, instead opting to suck defenders in and kick it out to his teammates. The Spanish Fork senior is also a strong shooter in his own right. He can come off curl screens to knock down triples and

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