Michael Mitchell:

The 6-foot-2 Archbishop Mitty junior was offered by Coach Lorenzo Romar on June 29. USC, San Diego State, UC Davis and UC Santa Barbara also extended invites to come aboard.

“Dons Add Center Jonas Visser for 2019-20 Season” USF athletics

Corey Evans: “San Francisco has offered 2020 Spire guard Omer Kucuk

The 6-foot-2 Kucak is out of Turkey and also owns a Texas Christian University offer.

Former Central Catholic High, Yuba College and Pacific Lutheran 5-foot-10 guard Jourdan Johnson will be at William Jessup University and playing for Coach Lance Von Vogt this season.

“Juan Toscano-Anderson Making Waves in the Bay
The former Castro Valley High star returned to his roots this season in the G League with the Santa Cruz Warriors” D Yapkowitz

Yaru Harvey: “Truly blessed to have received an offer from Santa Clara University!”

Harvey is a 6-foot-2 2021 guard out of Sheldon High. Eastern Washington also offered recently.

Verbal Commits: “2020 ISA at Andrews Osborne (OH) F Keon Ambrose has received an offer from California.”

He’s a 6-foot-8 fprward out of Canada with 18 other offers.

2020 guard Devan Sapp has departed from Archbishop Mitty:

Siskiyous College Basketball: Coach Kyle Heath has added to his 2018-19 roster.

“Excited to add Ousmani Williams from Rancho Cotati High School in Rohnert Park, CA to our program. Welcome to the Siskiyous family!”

“Excited to add Kaleb Taylor ⁩ from Mt Healthy High School in Cincinnati,OH to our program. Welcome to the Siskiyous family Kaleb!”

“Excited to add Roberto LaMorticella from Box Hill Senior Secondary College in Victoria, Australia to our program! Welcome to the Siskiyous family Roberto!”

Get ready.

Mario Gomez: “Attention 4-yr College Coaches. annual NorCal Juco Jamboree is all set for September 28th & 29th. Please Dm or email me at Mgomez@ccsf.edu for more information”

Cody Krupp: “Back during Christmas time we brought you the story of stand out Erik Scheive overcoming a near death experience and a pacemaker in his chest as Scheive continued to thrive. He still is. Signed a professional contract with Ehingen Urspring in Germany.

Scheive is out of Marysville High, Yuba College and Chaminade University

Here is the health incident referenced by Krupp.

“Jhaylon and Ra’shjon Martinez transfer their brotherhood, size and speed to AZ Compass Prep” Dana Scott

Both are formerly of Vanden High

Ryder O’banion: “Happy to announce I will be attending college prep academy next year in Sacramento , thank you @Coach__Brandon @CPAOBasketball, can’t wait, let’s work”

He’s a 6-foot Enterprise High grad.

DreDay: “Excited to announce that I will be attending College Prep Academy in Sacramento CA this coming year to further my skills athletically and academically! Greatful to be apart of the program and build it from the ground up, let’s get to work!”

Andre Treadwell is a 6-foot-2 Del Oro High grad.

Among the 2019 NBA G League Player Invitational Invitees are:

  • Jonathan Galloway – UC Irvine
  • Marcus Graves – Sacramento State

Three-Point Line to Move to International Distance

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved moving the three-point line to the international basketball distance of 22 feet and one and three-quarter inches. The line has been positioned at 20 feet 9 inches.

The rule will be effective for the 2019-20 season in Division I. Due to the potential financial impact of placing a new line on courts, the new three-point line will not go into effect until the 2020-21 season in Divisions II and III.

The CCCAA will require teams to make the adjustment to courts for the 2020-21 season.

Men’s Basketball Rules Committee members recommended the change after receiving positive feedback from the annual rules survey from coaches whose teams competed in the 2018 and 2019 National Invitation Tournament, where the international three-point distance was used on an experimental basis.

The committee cited the following rationale for extending the line:

Making the lane more available for dribble/drive plays from the perimeter.

Slowing the trend of the three-point shot becoming too prevalent in men?s college basketball by making the shot a bit more challenging, while at the same time keeping the shot an integral part of the game.

Also, starting this upcoming season, instead of having the shot clock reset to 30 seconds after an offensive rebound, it will start over at 20 seconds.”

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