At 99% of the country’s other programs,is a freshman starter and likely among his team’s leading scorers in 2023. However, he was behind a trio of three-year starters in 5-star attackmen (Princeton’s Nate Kabiri and Colin Burns) and 4-star Georgetown recruit Owen Horning, a lefty scorer. Looking at the big picture, it was a favorable scenario having Han learn from two all-time great Little Hoyas, akin to a highly touted college freshman arriving in 2021 and having the opportunity to pick up tips from All-American fifth years. If the last few months were any indication, Han appears ready to help carry the load offensively. A problem for defenses at every event he attended, the 6-footer is explosive and moves so effortlessly with the ball in his stick, smooth as butter and incredibly polished for a ’26 recruit. A multi-tool attackman in every sense, he’s highly athletic and does some of his best work above the cage, regularly sweeping across the top and snapping shots off with confidence. Watching him closely at December’s One Percent Showcase, Han rides like an absolute animal and impacts a game with his tenacity and effort in that department.