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Published: Sunday, June 29 2014 11:55 p.m. MDT

Updated: Monday, June 30 2014 11:54 a.m. MDT

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Slugmaster
West Valley City, UT

Weber is starting to turn out some of the best college players from the state. This may just be a favor Portland is doing for Lillard, but Berry was the best senior from any Utah college last year. Look for Joel Bolomboy of WSU to become a first round pick in the near future. Weber is on the cusp of a serious run at Big Sky domination for years to come with all the young talent going to Ogden these days.

JonA
Ogden, UT

Weber is a good program for sure. They do a good job at finding some under-recruited players in other states and giving them a chance here in Ogden. It'd be nice if they could start getting better in-state players, but that just won't ever happen with Utah, USU, and BYU around. But despite that Weber has their little niche and they do well.

I agree with Slugmaster that Bolomboy has NBA potential as a rebounding machine, but he needs to continue to improve to make that a reality, especially on the offensive end.

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