“2019 City College is STACKED Again!! Featuring Pac-12 Transfer Miles Norris, Kyree Brown and More!”
Verbal Commits: “2020 City College of San Francisco (CA) F Quincy Urbina has committed to GCU.”
Here’s an Urbina recruiting article from a month ago. The 6-foot-6 sophomore wing changed his mind about the timing of his committing.
Verbal Commits: “2020 Eastern Florida State (FL) F Jonathan Ned has committed to Georgia.”
The 6-foot-9, 200 Ned is a sophomore out of Heritage High.
Team Lillard B-Ball: “Congrats to 2020 Teiano Hardee on his commitment to Sacramento State!”
The 6-foot-5 wing is out of Vanden High.
Verbal Commits: “2020 Bishop O’Dowd (CA) F Monty Bowser has committed to California.”
Bowser is a 6-foot-6 wing out of Bishop O’Dowd.
Verbal Commits: “San Francisco and South Alabama offered 2020 Surge Christian (FL) G Antwan Burnett.”
He’s a 6-foot-6 shooting guard with existing offers from Auburn and South Florida.
Tha Grind: “2020 Howard College (TX) Eric Reed Jr. has been offered by Academy of Art University”
Reed is a 6-foot-2 guard out of Louisiana.
“The Real L.A. Stories of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George
Both members of the Clippers’ star duo were shaped by their hometowns—Leonard’s Moreno Valley and George’s Palmdale. And the people who knew them way back when have plenty of stories about how their ascension came to be.”
Love these type of what-makes-them-tick background stories.
Verbal Commits D2: “2020 College of the Sequoias (CA) F Savion Johnson has received an offer from Notre Dame de Namur.”
Johnson is a 6-foot-6 forward out of Hanford West High.
Out of Marin Academy, Kyle Roach is playing with the Vejen Basketball Klub in Denmark.
“On Saturday, October 5, Sacramento High School was host to Simply Basketball’s Elite 8 Fall Preview and featured some of the top players in what I like to refer to as “Inland NorCal” or the greater Sacramento Area. The event featured 11 teams from the cities of Sacramento, Stockton, Modesto and Elk Grove in a 1-day bracket play format. Below is a list of the Top Performers, based on my personal evaluations” — Paul Hernandez.
“2021 6’1 Corey Yerger (Grant Union HS): Yerger may have had the performance of the day in his teams 1st game of the tournament. His squad was down by 15+ early before Corey led the comeback pursuit (but falling short) showing off his full offensive arsenal, which was punctuated by a big time put-back dunk. Yerger is one of the top guards in NorCal and his stock is rising. Corey has solid handles, impacts the game on and off the ball, sees the floor well, really good rebounder, uses screens very well and has the ability to take his defender off the dribble and attack the lane or pull up and hit from deep efficiently. Tough minded player that seems to thrive as the game gets more physical. Yerger has just as much of an impact on defense, great in traps, quick hands to rip the ball and turn defense to offense quickly…”
Head here for much more.