2019 CCSF NorCal JUCO Jamboree

City College of San Francisco is hosting its annual NorCal Jamboree this weekend with games scheduled for Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $10 for an adults and $5 children under 10. Parking at CCSF is $5 and is checked daily, so please make sure to purchase a parking pass. Games begin at 9 am on each of the three courts.”

Saturday schedule

Sunday schedule

Prolific Prep of Napa Christian 2019-2020 Roster

  • #0 Jordan Pope 2022 6’1 Combo Oakley, CA
  • #2 Fallou Cisse 2021 6’7 PF Thies, Senegal
  • #3 Mawot Mag 2020 6’7 Wing Melbourne, Australia
  • #4 Jalen Green 2020 6’6 Guard Fresno, CA
  • #5 Saba Gigiberia 2020 7’1 Center Tbilisi, Georgia
  • #11 Jaden Jones 2021 6’7 Wing Dallas, TX
  • #13 Frank Anselem 2021 6’10 PF Lagos, Nigeria
  • #25 Nimari Burnett 2020 6’4 Guard Chicago, IL
  • #30 Jack Wetzel 2020 6’4 2G Marion, Iowa
  • #33 Coleman Hawkins 2020 6’10 PF Antelope, CA
  • #34 Pierre Geneste 2023 6’11 SF Port-Au Prince, Haiti
  • #35 Mike Sharavjamts 2022 6’7 SG Ulaanbataar, Mongolia

Mag just received offers from Rutgers and Cal State Fullerton.

Head Coach: Joey Fuca (1st Year)
Asst. Coaches: Jon McCall, Anthony Gonzalez, Preston Paulson


  • Saturday Nov. 2nd Tip-Off Napa Valley College 6pm
  • Sunday Nov. 3rd Tip-Off Napa Valley College 3pm
  • Friday Nov. 8th Veterans Napa Valley College 7pm
  • Saturday Nov. 9th Veterans Napa Valley College 6pm
  • Friday Nov. 15th Midwest Dual** Word of God Oak Creek Sr. HS (WI) 6pm
  • Saturday Nov. 16th Midwest Dual** Minnesota Prep Oak Creek Sr. HS (WI) 6pm
  • Friday Nov. 21st Dual in the Desert* (Quarter-Finals) Scottsdale Com. Col. 6pm
  • Friday Nov. 22nd Dual in the Desert* (Semi-Finals) Scottsdale Com. Col. 6pm
  • Saturday Nov. 23rd Dual in the Desert* (Finals) Scottsdale Com. Col. 6pm
  • Friday Nov. 29th Thanksgiving Hoopfest Duncanville, TX 6pm
  • Saturday Nov. 30th Thanksgiving Hoopfest Duncanville, TX 4pm
  • Thursday Dec. 5th Hoop Hall West (ESPN2) Hillcrest Prep Chaparral HS (AZ) 6pm
  • Friday Dec. 6th Our Savior Lutheran Marshall County HS (KY) 6:30pm
  • Saturday Dec. 7th Orangeville Prep Marshall County HS (KY) 6:30pm
  • Saturday Dec. 14th CIBA – Battle in the Bay Las Positas Comm. College 3pm
  • Friday Dec. 20th-23rd Chick Fil-A-Classic Richland Northeast HS (SC)
  • Friday Jan. 3rd TBA* McCracken County HS (KY) 6pm
  • Saturday Jan. 4th Wesleyan Christian * McCracken County HS (KY) 6pm
  • Friday Jan. 17th Huntington Prep Kettering HS (OH) 5pm
  • Sunday Jan. 19th La Lumiere (ESPNU) Springfield HS (MA) 7pm
  • Friday Jan. 24th Crush in the Valley * Bella Vista Col. Prep (AZ) Solano College 8pm
  • Saturday Jan. 25th Crush in the Valley * Dream City Christian (AZ) Solano College 6:45pm
  • Sunday Jan. 26th Crush in the Valley * Trinity Prep (NV) Solano College 3:30pm
  • Friday Jan. 31st Mid-South Classic** Briarcrest Christian East Memphis, TN 5pm
  • Saturday Feb. 1st Mid-South Classic** Marion HS Marion, AK 5pm
  • Friday Feb. 7th Battle in the South * Atlanta (GA) TBA
  • Saturday Feb. 8th Battle in the South * Atlanta (GA) TBA
  • Saturday Feb. 15th President’s Bash * Bowling Green (KY) TBA
  • Sunday Feb. 16th President’s Bash * Bowling Green (KY) TBA
  • Saturday Feb. 22nd Crush II – Senior Night * Napa Valley College 6pm
  • Sunday Feb. 23rd Crush II * Napa Valley College 4pm
  • Saturday Feb. 29th CIBA (Makur Maker) Cerritos College 2pm
  • Sunday Mar. 1st Alaina’s Voice Gun Violence Awareness Napa Valley College 3pm
  • Thurs.-Sun. Mar. 5th-8th Grind Session Championship Marshall County HS (KY) TBA
  • Thur.-Sat. Mar. 26th-28th Geico National Champ. Christ the King HS (NY) TBA

College of the Sequoias Men’s Basketball: “Four-year programs check out the roster below. Length and athleticism. Good young men who can play the game. A number of SO who are graduating and several FR qualifiers.”

  • Milton Burnett Guard Freshman 6’0 175 Fresno / Bullard
  • Ryan Johnson Guard/Forward Freshman 6’5 200 Hanford / Hanford
  • Tiyon Martin Guard Sophomore 5’9 160 Pasadena / John Muir
  • Dewayne Holmes Guard Sophomore 5’9 160 Riverside / Temecula Valley
  • Carlos Allen Guard Freshman 6’4 185 Atlanta / Clark (NV)
  • Garrett Shelton Guard/Forward Sophomore 6’5 185 Houston / North Shore
  • Savion Johnson Forward Sophomore 6’6 205 Hanford / Hanford
  • Juelein Fox Guard/Forward Freshman 6’5 165 Lemoore / Lemoore
  • Amil Fields Forward Freshman 6’6 195 Hayward / Moreau Catholic
  • Tiveon Stroud Forward/Center Freshman 6’7 215 Selma / Selma
  • Ayo Aderoboye Forward Freshman 6’7 175 Lagos / Woodside Priory (CA)
  • Lamine Ndione Forward Freshman 6’8 220 Dakar / Stoke on Trent
  • Elihu Cobb Forward/Center Sophomore 6’7 195 Santa Maria / Saint Joseph

“Coleman Hawkins commits to Illinois” Adam Zagoria

West Coast Elite: “Congratulations to Carter Mahaney 2020 (Campolindo) on his commitment to Northern Arizona! Proud of you Carter & excited for this next stage in your journey.”


“Jabe Mullins, 2020 4-star Mount Si guard, commits to Saint Mary’s College over Oregon State basketball” Andy Buhler

One of the reasons the Gaels stay on top is by out-recruiting teams in higher-ranked conferences. Mullins is a 6-foot-5 guard out of Washington.

“Warriors sign former NBA lottery pick from Sacramento
Ex-Suns rookie flameout Marquese Chriss gets a chance to make Warriors roster” John Becker

JUCO Recruiting on the top talents witnessed at last weekend’s SoCal JUCO Jamboree in southern California:

Michael Hayes (6’4 Wing, Las Positas College) – Pictured above, Hayes was impressive all weekend making athletic plays all over the court. The lefty wing was always in attack mode and was one of better rebounders. As a freshman last season, Hayes averaged 23.7 ppg and 9.7 rpg.”

“Gators Round Out 2019-20 Class” San Francisco State athletics

Three of the five newcomers have Bay Area ties.

“Kansas, Bill Self are ready for long, drawn out fight with NCAA” Rob Dauster

“Seven NBA Players Primed to Take the Leap and Bring Their Teams With Them” Kevin O’Connor

Aaron Gordon, Orlando Magic

Fitting in has never been a challenge for Gordon. He’s 6-foot-9, beefy, and agile, giving him excellent multipositional defensive versatility.

Gordon hasn’t earned accolades for his defense, but he can be tasked with defending stars of all shapes and sizes, as well as skill levels—from James Harden to Kawhi Leonard. On offense, Gordon also has versatility: He can handle the ball on the perimeter and run pick-and-roll, and he’s transformed into a reliable spot-up shooter. Gordon shot 30.4 percent on catch-and-shoot 3s over his first three seasons, compared with 37.8 percent over the past two. He can mimic Draymond Green by setting screens, rolling, and playmaking. But the Magic didn’t pick Gordon fourth in 2014 to fit in; he needs to stand out.

Gordon can produce in different offensive roles, which is valuable, but in five NBA seasons—with five different head coaches—he hasn’t shone in any one of them. This summer was the first time both his head coach and front office remained in place, and Magic head coach Steve Clifford’s goal for Gordon was clear. Gordon’s trainer, Packie Turner, told me over the phone that Clifford wants Gordon to become a true post threat. Though the post-up has faded in the modern NBA, it remains a valuable tool if used as a playmaking hub, like it is for the Pistons with Blake Griffin, or as a place to destroy a switch like the Magic want for Gordon…”

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USF Men’s Basketball: “…(Frankie) Ferrari ’18 made his regular season debut Wednesday with his club and helped guide his squad to a 79-69 win over visiting Unicaja Málaga. Ferrari shined in the win, scoring a game-high 25 points while dishing out 10 assists. Ferrari was deadly from behind the arc, going 7 for 11 from 3-point range…”


He’s out of Oak Ridge High and California.

“Hans de Lannoy battling cancer, to be inducted into San Ramon Valley Athletic Hall of Fame” Kristin J. Bender

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