Salt Lake County is loaded with talent from dozens of high schools. We are going to be highlighting several in this article. This is only" part 1" as we will have two mores lists coming out soon for Salt Lake County.
2019 Rylan Jones 6'1 G (Olympus) recently committed to the University of Utah which is where his dad works as the director of basketball operations for the men's basketball team. Jones is pass-first point guard who make everyone around him better. He is also very crafty around the rim which allows him to score over bigger and more athletic players.
2018 Mikey Frazier 6'9 F/C (East) recently committed to Boise State University. The big man has a very soft touch around the rim and can also step out and shoot the three ball with consistency. If Frazier plays with a motor this season then I expect him to put up some monster numbers during his senior season.
2019 Emmanuel Andrew 6'5 G (Kearns) just arrived to Utah via Toronto over the summer. Since being here, Andrew picked up an offer from Utah State University and has several D1 schools flocking to Kearns High School. He is a freak athletic oozing with potential.
2018 Darrian Nebeker 6'5 G (West Jordan) is a bully type of player as he is very hard to stop when he makes direct drives to the basket. Nebeker is also a good post player which I can see him posting up opposing guards at the next level. If he can improve his handle and outside shooting, I think he is a D1 player.
2019 Jeremy Dowdell 6'3 G (Olympus) is a dead eye shooter who has NBA type range. He also has a pretty good handle which allows him to get to his sweet spots on the floor. Dowdell has a nice floater game in the paint which I would like to see him use more. He is set to have a huge junior season with the progress he made this past summer.
2019 Hayden Wellington 6'8 F/C (Corner Canyon) had a huge spring and summer playing for his club team Vivent Swoosh. Wellington has picked up interest from just about every D1 school in the state of Utah. He has a very high motor that he uses to dominate the glass and to defend at a high level.