6-foot-8 Jonathan Komagum is heading from UToledo to Sacramento State. link

Out of the UK, he played in 26 games/eight starts this past season averaging 8.9 minutes a contest as a junior.

6-foot-9 redshirt junior and grad transfer Tydus (Manteca High) Verhoeven is leaving from UTEP. He originally played at Duquesne. link

He averaged 4.9 points plus 4.4 rebounds this season while shooting 63% overall and 62% at the foul line (no trey attempts) in 24 games/starts and 24.6 minutes a contest.

Verhoeven was UTEP’s best rim protector and anchored the frontcourt’s defense…”

“Arizona Wildcats’ James Akinjo makes it official: He’ll test NBA waters” Bruce Pascoe

Verbal Commits D2: “2020 City College of San Francisco (CA) G Dale Currie has received an offer from Academy of Art. Two years to play.”

Currie is a 6-foot-1 guard who averaged 10.8 points per game (on a team with seven player scoring in double figures) while shooting 43%, 35% and 72% respectively. He also produced 3.3 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 2,2 steals to each outing.

According to this site, there is a full time Men’s Basketball Head Coach opening at Fresno City College.

6-foot-7 senior Kaden (Chico High/Cañada College) Bradley of Cal State Dominguez Hills is featured here.

Sacramento State Men’s Basketball: “Former Hornet Joshua (Sierra High) Patton (2015-20) is off to a huge start in his pro debut with BIPA Odessa of the top league in Ukraine. In 4 games, Patton is averaging 22.5 points, 7.8 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 2.0 steals and 3.0 blocks while shooting 67% (35-52) from the field.”

Cal State University Dominguez Hills MBB: February 15 – “Where are they now?” Justin Standley played for the Toros from 13-15. The Oakland native then served as an assistant coach under Coach Becker. Coach Standley is now the Head Coach at his alma mater McClymonds High School.”

“Oscar Frayer’s mom, nephew to walk in his place during GCU graduation” Richard Obert

“Remembering Oscar Frayer | Hometown Hero Loved By All” Carson Cook

“Prep sports FAQ: Basketball season begins around the Bay Area  For some teams, games can begin as early as April 5 but others won’t start until mid- or late-April” Evan Webeck

Catching up on…

6-foot-8 junior Andre (Lincoln High-Stockton) Kelly averaged 10.3 points and 6.4 rebounds in 29 games/22 starts and 25.9 minutes this season for California. He shot 59% and 59% (no made treys in three attempts).

6-foot-5 sophomore Deon (Roosevelt High/UTEP) Stroud finished second in scoring for Fresno State this season with 12.2 points alongside 3.7 boards while shooting 48%, 36% and 61% respectively. He entered 23 games, enjoyed 16 starts and played 23.1 minutes a contest.

6-foot-3 junior Junior (Modesto Christian/Cal Poly) Ballard tallied 7.2 points and grabbed 2.6 rebounds each time out this season as a Fresno State Bulldog and shot 35%, 34% and 68% respectively. He averaged 25.3 minutes an outing in 25 games/19 starts.

6-foot-8 senior Shawn (Fremont High/Saddleback College) Stith scored 7.3 points while grabbing 3.5 boards as a member of the Cal State Bakersfield squad. He shot 52%, 33% (1-3) and 69% respectively and participated in 21 games/16 starts and 21.4 minutes per contest.

6-foot-7 San Diego State sophomore Keshad (San Leandro High) Johnson averaged 4.0 points and 3.6 rebounds in 24 games,and 13.4 minutes a night. He shot 45%, 33% and 55% respectively.

6-foot-10 junior averaged Miles (CCSF) Norris scored 9.2 points and corralled 3.6 boards for UC Santa Barbara while shooting 50%, 38% and 43% respectively. In 13 games, 12 starts, he averaged 25.3 minutes a matchup.

6-foot-10 UC Santa Barbara senior Robinson (Modesto Christian) Idehen averaged 6.1 points plus 4.7 rebounds in 13 games/2 starts and 13.1 minutes an outing. He shot 71% and 56% and didn’t attempt a three-pointer.


Ryan (Hanford High) Johnson led with 25 points and added nine rebounds, Amil (Moreau Catholic) Fields provided 18 points, Ayo (Woodside Priory) Aderoboye totaled 16 points and Mohammed (Monterey High/Fresno City College) Adam filled the stat sheet with 10 assists, nine boards and eight points as College of the Sequoias bested Cerro Coso College 84-57.

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