They've played in the biggest events of the year including the City of Palms, Brandon Jennings Invitational and this past weekend at the Hoop Hall Classic.
Lone Peak has a trio of top 100 prospects in Nick Emery, Eric Mika and T.J. Haws. While those three get majority of the attention, 2013 shooting guard Conner Toolson has proven he's a Division I player this year.
Toolson, a 6-foot-3 guard, scored 22 points and hit all six of his three-point attempts in a nationally televised game against San Jose (Calif.) Archbishop Mitty.
"They all suck in and I get wide open," Toolson said. "They are all focusing on them."
Toolson said it was fun to get his moment on such a big stage.
"It's been pretty nice," he said. "I've been playing behind them the past three years. They are really great players so it's hard to play behind them but I got my time this time and I shot well. They gave me the ball. It felt good."
Throughout his time in high school some Division I schools have dabbled in his recruitment, but lately just Junior Colleges and Division II schools are involved.
Toolson's father – Andy -- played at BYU and spent some time with the Utah Jazz.