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Matches in: Nor Cal Basketball

From Lassen Coach Will Freedman: Demario Newman has signed with Brescia University. Newman is 6-foot-6 and out of Rancho Cordova High. He averaged 6.8 points plus 6.2 boards last season, shooting 46%, 47% and 72% respectively.

The University of Incarnate Word, located in San Antonio, has brought Ryan (Napa High) Imhoff on board as graduate... (Read more)

“CCS basketball: Bellarmine’s Jake Wojcik leads all-WCAL team”—Darren Sabedra

WCAL site: 2018 WCAL All LEAGUE BOY’S BASKETBALL TEAMS

PLAYER OF THE YEAR – Jake Wojcik – Bellarmine – Senior

First Team

Kendall Stubblefield Bellarmine Senior
Logan Johnson Saint Francis Senior
Riley Grigsby Archbishop Mitty Senior
Darrion Trammell Saint Ignatius Senior
... (Read more)

Ethan Kassel:

Serra 73
Colin McCarthy 25 (11-12 FTs)
Parker McDonald 19 (7-8 FTs)
Henry James 16
Team 19-22 FT
St. Francis 61
Logan Johnson 34 (10-12 FTs)
Matteo Fontana 10
Team 16-24 FT
“Serra stuns St. Francis”—Darren Sabedra

“A Bellarmine, St. Francis friendship like no other – Star players Logan Johnson of St. Francis and Jake Wojcik of Bellarmine are best of friends off court”—Darren Sabedra

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“Logan Johnson Finds “Right Place” at Cincinnati”—Bill Koch

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»  Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my `Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business’ cornerstone article.

No, this isn’t a crisis of any sorts. Call it just an observation, but so far just one (Andre Kelly) of the six upper California prep prospects who have declared their college commitments is heading to a school in northern California.

The six are:

James Akinjo, Salesian Prep – Connecticut (California was in his... (Read more)

(written without consultation with Logan Johnson)

We should have seen it coming but sometimes the obvious is blinding. Yes, new Cincinnati commit Logan Johnson has a brother playing in the NBA but that fact doesn’t overshadow Logan’s success. Each Johnson family member’s achievement are equally celebrated.

Simply call Logan’s choice of the Bearcats, Logan’s path,... (Read more)

* Logan Johnson chooses Cincy

Comments off 09/14/17, 22:10 kevinmccarthy

Logan Johnson, of St. Francis High and the Tyler Johnson Elite squad, has gone with Cincinnati as his college and basketball program of choice.

“Logan Johnson commits to Cincinnati”—Evan Daniels

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»  Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my `Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business’ cornerstone article.

* More on the Nor Cal Clash

Comments off 08/28/17, 19:00 kevinmccarthy

Gerry Freitas: “The Class of 2018 (Seniors) blitzed the class of 2019 (Juniors) 124-103 in the 8th annual Nor Cal Clash on Sunday afternoon at Contra Costa College.

Senior James Akinjo of Salesian High lead all scorers with 42 points, setting an all-time record in the Clash. He broke the previous record of 41 set... (Read more)

* Tyler Johnson choosing among four

Comments off 08/27/17, 22:06 kevinmccarthy

Josh Gershon: “2018 Tyler Johnson Elite PG Logan Johnson has narrowed his list to Cincinnati, Saint Mary’s, UCLA and UCSB.”

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»  Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business cornerstone article.

The eighth annual Nor Cal Clash will be held Sunday August 27th at Contra Costa College in San Pablo at 3:00 pm. This one-game event will have elite players from Northern California in the class of 2018 playing against elite players in the class of 2019.

It’s hard time seeing how the 2019 all stars... (Read more)

* Logan Johnson has scouts woke

Comments off 08/23/17, 22:05 kevinmccarthy

“Who is the biggest sleeper in the 2018 class?”—Evan Daniels, Brian Snow & Josh Gershon.

“Scout’s National Recruiting Experts predict which player not in the current 2018 Top 100 makes his way there in the final Top 100…”

Josh Gershon selected: “Logan Johnson has made a big jump as a prospect over the last year... (Read more)

* The latest on Logan Johnson

Comments off 08/14/17, 22:06 kevinmccarthy

Joel Francisco’s Finest (Part III)
Mr. All-Around
Logan Johnson (Mountain View, CA/ St. Francis)2018, 6-foot-2, 180 pounds
Joel’s Take: There weren’t too many players who saw their stock rise as much as Johnson. The evolving floor general is an exceptional athlete, ambidextrous finisher, nifty floor general, and can knock in the 3-point... (Read more)

* A Nor Cal Clash prediction

Comments off 08/14/17, 22:05 kevinmccarthy

Granted,  the folks in Vegas haven’t exactly been burning up my phone line asking about the odds for this or that game.  I’m having a hard time seeing how the 2019 all stars can top their older brethren.

Who in the 2018 class will match up with Jordan Brown and then there’s Andre Kelly right... (Read more)

* Three Nor Cal honorees from Pangos

Comments off 08/10/17, 22:05 kevinmccarthy

Pangos Cream of the Crop Top 60 game selections
Logan Johnson, 6’2”, 2018, St. Francis (Mountain View, CA): Fast-rising athletic combo-guard was extremely impressive here, just missed making the Top 30 Game. Younger brother of Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson capped off an excellent camp effort with 16 points (7/11 FG) In Top 60... (Read more)

“Las Vegas: Top 60 Rankings”—Ronnie Flores

#30 Logan Johnson 2018 6’3 G St. Francis (Mountain View, CA/Tyler Johnson Elite)
#38 James Akinjo 2018 6’0 G Salesian (Richmond, CA/Oakland Soldiers)
#44 Jordan Brown 2018 6’10 C Woodcreek (Roseville, CA/Play Hard Play Smart)
#54 Nathan Mensah 2018 6’10 C Prolific Prep (Napa, CA/Coastal... (Read more)

Logan Johnson: “Blessed to have received an offer from University of Cincinnati”

He’s entering his senior year at St. Francis High.

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»  Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business cornerstone article.

* One more offer for Logan Johnson

Comments off 07/31/17, 22:08 kevinmccarthy

Logan Johnson: “Blessed to have received an offer from Long Beach State”.

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»  Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business cornerstone article.

* Logan Johnson defines toughness

Comments off 07/30/17, 22:13 kevinmccarthy

Ronnie Flores: “When you think you’ve seen everything: getting shit done is DIVING between your opponents legs for a loose ball – that’s 2018 Logan Johnson”

Even if Johnson never played a minute in a game, just imagine how he would effect practices for any college team?

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* Logan Johnson adds another suitor

Comments off 07/19/17, 22:00 kevinmccarthy

Logan Johnson: “Blessed to have received an offer from University of San Francisco”

Does he land close to Miami where it’s expected the Johnson family will eventually move? Stay out west? One factor: the level of offer he choses will likely be dependent on how much he wants to play right away.

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Dinos Trigonis: “West Coast nat’l sleeper 6-2 2018 Logan Johnson unofficially visiting Gonzaga & Wash State this week. Recently unofficially visited Miami FL”

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»  Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business cornerstone article.

* More on Logan Johnson

Comments off 06/11/17, 22:01 kevinmccarthy

Joel Francisco: “Logan Johnson not making the Top 25 game at #pangosAAcamp was worthy of a criminal offense…arguably the most polished PG there”

He was selected to the First Team so what gives?

All-Pangos All-American Camp Teams

First Team

G Cole Anthony (Archbishop Molloy – Briarwood, NY)
G Logan Johnson (St. Francis –... (Read more)

* Pangos Camp: Top 50 Rankings

Comments off 06/7/17, 22:08 kevinmccarthy

“Pangos Camp: Top 50 Rankings”—Ronnie Flores

Those from Nor Cal:
10. Logan Johnson 2018 6’2 PG St. Francis (Mountain View, CA)
43. Kyree Walker 2020 6’5 SG Hillcrest Academy (Phoenix, AZ)
46. Elias King 2019 6’8 PF Christian Brothers (Sacramento, CA)
50 Nathan Mensah 2018 6’10 C Prolific Prep (Napa, CA)

Devin Ugland: “Camp settings are always playgrounds for guards and 2018’s Logan Johnson…took full advantage of that.

Johnson, who was egregiously left out of the Top 30 game, was able to find the balance of scoring, distributing and winning that’s rarely achieved in showcase camp settings. He put the ball in the basket from all... (Read more)

* Logan Johnson's game - $

Comments off 06/6/17, 14:06 kevinmccarthy

There is so much to fall in love with in Logan Johnson’s game which is grounded in a Tom Petty “I Won’t Back Down” will to challenge whatever obstacles are situated in front of him. There is no competition he doesn’t relish.  He expends effort on both ends of the floor and there is a... (Read more)

* Three items on Tyler Johnson

Comments off 06/5/17, 21:14 kevinmccarthy

Jonathan Givony (of the NBA Draft Express site): “Tyler Johnson’s (@RealTJohnson) little brother Logan Johnson was great in the 2 games I saw. Tough, relentless slasher. Bouncy and creative.”

He also made Frank Burlison’s Top 20 Pangos All-American Camp participants after playing this weekend.

From Tyler Johnson himself: “Blessed to have received an offer from University... (Read more)

* Logan Johnson impressing down south

Comments off 06/4/17, 21:00 kevinmccarthy

Devin Upland: “2018 Logan Johnson went fundamental on a game winner in 2OT. Drive, two-footed jump stop in the paint, shot fake, step thru, layup, game.”

CaliHoop: @self_made2315 hits sudden death game winner in first round of games @PangosAACamp (Day 2)

Click on CaliHoop for video of the above.

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Aztec Hoops Nation: “#AztecMBB recruiting update: Kameron Rooks visiting today, Vance Jackson tomorrow, & 2018 Logan Johnson this weekend”

Winning program, good level for him—could see this happening.

»  Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business cornerstone article.

* Another Logan Johnson evaluation

Comments off 05/30/17, 16:10 kevinmccarthy

Eric Bossi: “After getting another look at combo guard Logan Johnson, we feel that he’ll end up with some high major offers before summer’s end. He’s probably more of a natural two guard, but the tools to play point guard for extended stretches are there and he can create off the dribble. Fresno State (where... (Read more)

* Now Colorado wants Logan Johnson

Comments off 05/24/17, 21:38 kevinmccarthy

Logan Johnson: “Blessed to have received an offer from University of Colorado Boulder”

»  Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business cornerstone article.

Get Sports Focus: “One of Logan Johnson’s teammates just told us that the #SFHS 🏀 star player is not moving after all”

»  Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my `Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business’ cornerstone article.

Matches in: Nor Cal Basketball

by Kevin McCarthy

6-foot-3 2018 prospect Alex Braken-Guelke resides in Los Gatos but lately is spending a lot of time in the state of “en fuego.” His qualifications for earning this residency are 36 points (five treys) versus Evergreen Valley on February 24, 29 points (two treys) on February 28 against Los Altos, 32 points... (Read more)

by Kevin McCarthy

What do Junior Ballard, Dylan Belquist, Andre Kelly, Amadou Sow and Junior Toure have in common? As members of the 2018 recruiting class, each decided to attend a D1 four-year college in their home state of California (Cal Poly, USF, California and UC Santa Barbara, respectively). Take out Ballard, Sow and Toure... (Read more)

by Kevin McCarthy

Here are some Nor Cal Basketball ‘honors’ I’d award to a number of the prospects who have signed or committed so far this season:

Biggest Steal
» 6-foot-3  Junior Ballard, Modesto Christian High (Cal Poly)
Ballard should have been a West Coast Conference or Mountain West Conference recruiting target. Look... (Read more)

by Kevin McCarthy

So who in northern California has signed or will be signing during the November 8-15 early period? Prolific Prep’s Jordan Brown remains the biggest catch still swimming in the recruiting pool but plenty of other prospects have made their choice.

They are (in alphabetical order):

6-foot James Akinjo, Salesian Prep (Connecticut)(Read more)

by Kevin McCarthy

In talking recently with a West Catholic Athletic League coach, he said the league contains 10 to 12 D1 players this season. Yes, you read this correctly: 10 to 12 D1 players this season.

Here’s the list of possibilities I located:

Logan Johnson, St. Francis (Cincinnati commit)
Jake Wojcik, Bellarmine... (Read more)

by Kevin McCarthy

Is it being personally critical or simply offering valid analysis if a weakness or two in a prospect’s game is pointed out? That’s an easy call. Offering quantifiable data and/or providing an opinion in a prospect’s appraisal is not the same as tossing an insult.
Human beings naturally want to read... (Read more)

by Kevin McCarthy

Sometimes, a new face in conjunction with a different approach or more energy and focus can quickly turn around a moribund basketball program. Actual win-loss results remain to be seen in the case of first-year UC Santa Barbara Coach Joe Pasternack but he and his new Gaucho staff have definitely generated recruiting... (Read more)

by Kevin McCarthy

(written without consultation with Logan Johnson)

We should have seen it coming but sometimes the obvious is blinding. Yes, new Cincinnati commit Logan Johnson has a brother playing in the NBA but that fact doesn’t overshadow Logan’s success. Each Johnson family member’s achievement are equally celebrated.
Logan’s Choice
Simply call... (Read more)

by Kevin McCarthy

There is so much to fall in love with in Logan Johnson’s game which is grounded in a Tom Petty “I Won’t Back Down” will to challenge whatever obstacles are situated in front of him. There is no competition he doesn’t relish.  He expends effort on both ends of the floor and... (Read more)

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