Excellent hire and for Pribble, out of Drake High and Cal, it’s much more viable being a D1 assistant when trying to land a D1 head coach opening.
He’s a 6-foot-5 shooting guard.
Verbal Commits: “2019 Southwestern College (CA) F Jordan Cooke-Harper has committed to Sacramento State.”
The 6-foot-9 son of former NBA-er Ron Harper, he primarily played his prep ball in San Diego before moving to New Jersey and has three years of eligibility remaining. link
6-foot sophomore Trey Whitley, out of Harbor High and Cabrillo College, has signed with DII Black Hills State University (South Dakota):
Whitley averaged 17.4 points and 4.3 rebounds this season while earning Most Valuable Players honors in the Coast Conference South division plus being named an All-NorCal State First Team selection.
6-foot-2 sophomore guard Lovevele Schackelford, out of Newark Memorial High and Cañada College, has signed with Notre Dame de Namur.
6-foot-7 Cabrillo College sophomore Lenorris Mincey is headed to Campbellsville University in Kentucky:
6-foot-7, 225 Matt Bender, a San Diego area prepster, has committed to Cal State Stanislaus.
NVC Basketball: “@NVCAthletics is excited to get a commitment from Brandon Radu of Redwood HS. The 6’4” shooting guard led the Giants in scoring and helped them to a NorCal playoff run. Brandon’s best basketball is still ahead.”
DJ Burgess: “Extremely Blessed to have receive an offer to🏀Hawaii Pacific University.
Out of Valley Christian High and Gavilan College, the 6-foot-5 Burgess also visited Sonoma State and Humboldt State earlier. He averaged 12.2 points this season.
According to Verbal Commits, 6-foot-4 Joey Rodrick has committed to Humboldt State. He’s a prepster out of the state of Washington.
Isaiah Veal: “I am happy to say that I am 100% committed to Chabot College. I am excited to chase my basketball dreams and I feel like this will be the best place for me. Thankful for everyone in my corner!!! Go Gladiators!”
Veal is a 6-foot point out of Las Vegas.
Kyle Hansen: “Two other Class of 2020 commits have also recently told me they’ve verbally committed to Montana in 6-9 forward Josh Bannan and 6-6 forward Hunter Clarke, both of Australia. Clarke is the younger brother of grad assistant Anderson Clarke.”
Hunter Clarke also played at Campolindo High.