The Salt Lake Community College/Mountain Hoops Showcase saw 85 kids from six states play in front of 10 college coaches from across the country. In this article I will be highlighting some of the top 2018 and post grad performers.
2018 F/C 6'9 Andrew Ferrin (Burely ID) is a big man that can step out and shoot the three and is very good from mid-range. Ferrin needs to add weight to his thin frame but he has a high ceiling. Several junior colleges are pursing him right now.
2018 G 6'4 Daniel Miller (Wasatch) has a very high basketball IQ and makes the right play for his team. He was able to score from the mid-range, and get people involved and also is big enough to guard forwards and quick enough to defend guards.
2018 G 6'0 Sinai Enoch (West Jordan) was as good as anyone at the showcase. The quick lefty guard was able to get to hoop and finish and he showed off his deadly three point shot. I think he is a perfect fit for a good juco program.
Post Grad F 6'6 Cameron Brady (Cottonwood) is a return missionary that can really play. The versatile forward was able to score down low and could also step out and shoot the three. A lower level college would be very happy with Brady.
2018 W/F 6'5 Dallin Spencer (Lehi) played great at the showcase and was on fire from beyond the three point line. If he can play with the aggressiveness he showed last Friday, he will have a huge year. I see him as a very solid Juco/NAIA player.
2018 G 6'1 David Faitha (Mountain Crest) played a very good at a showcase showing off his mid-range game and getting to the basket. I like his game and I think he could play at the NWAC level.
Post Grad F 6'7 Dallin Harley (American Fork) the return missionary was impressive with his soft touch around the rim. He also was able to knock down mid-range jumpers. I think he would be very solid at juco level as he gets back into basketball form.
2018 C 6'9 Hunter Severe (Uintah) the big man showed a part of his game that I have not seen before. He was able to knock down mid-range shots and even three pointers. Severe needs to work on his feet but I think he can be a steal at the juco/NAIA/D2 level.