Dash is one of many prospects across the country in a very exciting Class of 2026. Dash is a shifty guard that plays PG but the kid can really get it going from the outside. the youngest of 3, Dash…
Dash is one of many prospects across the country in a very exciting Class of 2026. Dash is a shifty guard that plays PG but the kid can really get it going from the outside. the youngest of 3, Dash looks to continue to fill the shoes of those before him and he is on his way as he is one of the prospects that has NEXT in Utah.
Position: Point Guard
Grassroots Team: Salt City Hustle
City/State: South Jordan, Utah
Possible High School: Bingham High School
Graduating Class: 2020
What is it like growing up with two older brothers that can really play ball?
It has been great to watch Ace Reiser (Bingham) and Justis Reiser (BYU Baseball) and learn from them. It also helps that I have been able to workout with them.
Are you excited to suit up with one of your brothers at the high school level?
Yes! It would be awesome to get on the court together as well.
What kind of things are you working on to get better before you enter high school?
I am working on getting better defensively and trying to understand the game in order to be a better teammate and leader.
When did you start playing basketball?
I started playing at the really young age of 5 years old.
Who are the players that you are looking at to pattern your game after?
I really like Chris Paul and Steve Nash.
How would you describe your game?
Shifty, creative and a good shooter.
What are somethings you’re looking to improve in your game?
Working on understanding game situations, angles and just trying to be consistent in every aspect of the game.
Where can we see you play next time you suit up?
I will be at the Youngblood League (Utah), Phoenix and at an Under Armour Event.
The Class of 2026 in Utah has some special players in it and Dash is in the mix and with some athletic genes in the family he is going to be a player that is on the radar immediately. Dash has an older brother that could’ve played basketball at the collegiate level but decided to play baseball at D1 Brigham Young University. His other older brother Ace Reiser is the starting PG for powerhouse Bingham High School a program that is known to produce Division 1 talent in basketball among other sports as well.