“Jenkins, Norris, Hayes Named Players of Year”

“Antoine Jenkins, Santiago Canyon; Miles Norris, City College of San Francisco; and Michael Hayes, Las Positas have been selected as the California Community Colleges Men’s Basketball Coaches Association Players of the Year. Riverside City College’s Phil Mathews and City College of San Francisco’s Justin Labagh were named Coaches of the Year…”

2019-20 All-State Team

MVPS — Antoine Jenkins, Santiago Canyon; Miles Norris, City College of San Francisco; Michael Hayes, Las Positas

First Team

  • Marquavian Stephens, Southwestern
  • Christian McCray, West Los Angeles
  • Darren Williams, Chaffey
  • Kester Ofoegbu, Long Beach City
  • Kealen Allen, East Los Angeles
  • Tim Turner, Ventura
  • Manu Oulai, Chaffey
  • Brandon Betson, San Bernardino Valley
  • Kyle Harding, Allan Hancock
  • Toby Okwuokei, Citrus
  • Jamaal Barnes, Mt. San Jacinto
  • Emeka Udenyi, City College of San Francisco
  • Ryan Johnson, Sequoias
  • Brandon Recek, Yuba
  • Kobe Ordonio, Gavilan
  • Seth Coddington, Columbia
  • Thomas Nelson, Redwoods
  • Cornell Greenwood, Yuba
  • Ben Baker, West Valley
  • Atmar Mundu, Santa Rosa
  • Keshawn Bruner, Fresno City

Honorable Mention

  • Dayshone Henry, Ventura
  • Christoper Bradford, Canyons
  • Elias King, Santa Monica

Wondering how close 5-foot-10 sophomore Kameron (College of Alameda) Malbrough came to be honored since he averaged 17.8 points on 46%, 44% and 82% shooting respectively alongside 6.8 assists, 4.1 rebounds and 2.5 steals per game?

Ditto for Columbia’s Grayson (Clovis West High) Carper. The 6-foot-5 Jumper freshman averaged 16.5 points on 47%, 38% and 76% shooting respectively with 7.1 boards, 4.1 assists and 2.1 steals.

D3hoops.com 2020 men’s All-West Region team

Second Team

G Micah Elan Pomona-Pitzer Sr. San Francisco, CA

Third Team

G Dempsey Roggenbuck Linfield Jr. Marin County, CA

F Zeke Crawford Lewis & Clark Sr. San Francisco, CA


2020 NABC Coaches’ Division III All-District teams

West First Team

Micah Elan, Pomona-Pitzer

Second Team

David Menary, Redlands

Dempsey Roggenbuck, Linfield


“Tesoro’s star guard Matt DeAngelo signs to play basketball at Menlo College OC Sports

Verbal Commits: “Montana State has offered 2021 Sheridan College (WY) G Brett Thompson.”

Thompson is 5-foot-10 and out of James Logan High. In 17 games this season, he averaged 18.0 points, 4.4 boards and 3.6 assists while shooting 46%, 37% and 77% respectively. Montana State has also offered Thompson’s Sheridan teammate guard JoVon McClanahan.

Verbal Commits: “Long Beach State F/C Joshua Morgan (FR) has entered the transfer portal.”

Not surprising considering the strong season Morgan enjoyed and with Long Beach State is mired in mediocrity. Do give credit to Beach Coach Dan Monson for both recognizing Morgan’s potential and landing the former Sheldon High big.

Verbal Commits: “Florida F Dontay Bassett (RS JR) has entered the transfer portal.”

A grad transfer, Bassett’s 6-foot-9 with a season of eligibility remaining. He went too high originally but stuck with it and earned his degree. He could help a mid-major program.

Verbal Commits D2: “Chico State F Josh Lavergne (RS SO) is leaving the program. Two years to play.”

Verbal Commits D2: “Notre Dame de Namur G Trevor Thompson (RS SO) has entered the transfer portal. Two years to play.”

Verbal Commits D2: “Academy of Art offered 2020 Lincoln Trail College (IL) G Alex Heath.” He’s a 5-foot-10 sophomore.

“Coaches readjust recruiting strategy during dead period” Corey Evans

Catching Up With…

Paris (Bishop O’Dowd/Boise State) Austin, 6-foot-1, senior, California: 32 games, 18 starts, 27.8 minutes, 9.4 points, 2.7 rebounds, 79-to-73 assist-to-turnover ratio, 39%, 22%, 84% shooting respectively, earned 126 free throws.

Souley (Oakland Tech) Boum, 6-foot-3, redshirt sophomore, UTEP: 32 games, 22 starts, 32.4 minutes, 12.9 points, 3.6 rebounds, 65-54 assist-to-turnover ratio, 37%, 29%, 88% shooting respectively. 175 of his 329 shot attempts were treys, earned 139 free throws.

Joey (Marin Catholic) Calcaterra, 6-foot-3, redshirt sophomore, San Diego: 32 games, 32 starts, 28.2 minutes, 11.3 points, 2.8 rebounds, 59/49 assist-to-turnover ratio, 38%, 36%, 82% shooting respectively, 141 of his 319 shot attempts were treys.

Zeke (Stuart Hall) Crawford, 6-foot-7, senior, Lewis & Clark (NAIA): 25 games, 25 starts, 28.5 minutes, 14.8 points, 9.1 rebounds, 2.4 blocked shots, 54%, 27%, 61% shooting respectively.

Kiree (Santa Cruz High/Fresno Pacific) Hutchings, 5-foot-11, junior, John Brown University, (NAIA): 33 games, two starts, 24.2 minutes, 9.2 points, 2.2 rebounds, 76/60 assist-to-turnover ratio, 41%, 40% and 81% shooting respectively, 154 of his 251 shot attempts were treys.

Jake (Serra High) Killingsworth, redshirt senior, Columbia: 30 games, 33.0 minutes, 7.4 points, 5.4 rebounds, 47/32 assist-to-turnover ratio, 37%, 33%, 74% shooting. respectively, 155 of his 215 shot attempts were treys.

Jordan (De La Salle) Ratinho, 6-foot-5, senior, USF: 34 games, 34 starts, 27.9 minutes, 8.9 points, 1.9 rebounds, 28/37 assist-to-turnover ratio, 37%, 39%, 72% shooting respectively.

Cameron (Oakland Tech/Sheridan College) Reece, 6-foot-7, junior, Akron: 30 games, 12 starts, 16.1 minutes, 5.9 points, 4.4 rebounds, shot 60% and 62% respectively with zero three-point attempts.

Dempsey (Marin Catholic/Prolific Prep) Roggenbuck, 6-foot-4, junior, Linfield College (D3): 26 games, 25 starts, 25.7 minutes, 18.0 points, 3.8 rebounds. 58-36 assist-to-turnover ratio, 34 steals, 49%, 36%% and 78% shooting respectively, 165 of his 284 shot attempts were treys.

Hoops Thoughts & Questions

Give College of the Sequoias Coach Dallas Jensen credit where it is due: 24-6 and a berth in the Final Eight (and possibly higher had the tournament continued) in his initial year in Visalia. This after previous 27-3 and 24-5 seasons at Gavilan College, a heretofore dead spot in community college basketball.

With Bryce Drew taking over at Grand Canyon University, will he honor the letters-of-intent signed earlier by Chance McMillian and Quincy Urbina?

Does Washington’s 6-foot-2 sophomore Elijah Hardy make a move or not? When fellow second-year talent Quade Green, who will eventually play in the NBA, lost his eligibility due to academics at mid-season, Hardy’s playing time initially picked up, then dropped back down but increased in the final few Husky contests. The overarching question is will Green return to Seattle or turn pro? If he comes back, Hardy’s playing time will again be limited. This season in 29 games/one start and 11.1 minutes an outing, he averaged 1.9 points, 1.1 rebounds, while shooting 29%, 15% and 73% respectively with a 33/34 assist-to-turnover ratio and 20 steals.

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