This is an apt description of Ottawa-Glandorf most years. Add to that how fundamentally sound they are, catch the ball with two hands, square up to the basket etc.Outside of simply uber talented teams the best HS squads IMO are the ones where every kid is 6'3-6'5 and athletic enough to handle the ball. It makes for a tough D and always creates a mismatch on the offensive end. They have a tendency to kill teams in transition as they are, as you mention, relatively long and athletic. I'm not ready to crown this Jacket team state champs but the great teams always have that knack of being very unselfish with the W as the end goal over any personal accolades and this team has some of that.
The 90' Scott state title team was this way. Scoop Williams was 6'5/6'6 and technically their "post" guy but he could bring the ball up if needed and ran the floor very well not to mention their other starters were all 6'3/6'4/6'5ish and they were a very cohesive and unselfish group.