After a long pandemic and left with a lot of questions, City College of San Francisco has officially announced their and it is FILLED with talent and size. This years team is filled with a ton of former prep stars in Norcal!
Naseem Gaskin (Bishop O'Dowd) - The former O'Dowd star goes down as a Dragon legend. He played 1 season at UTAH (Pac-12) and spent moments at Montana. We have no doubt that Naseem will be back on the D1 route after a season with CCSF.
Malcolm Steadman (James Logan) - The 6'7 wing the skills and frame to effect both ends of the court, great spot up shooter and can elevate at anytime to finish over defenders at the rim. Has long arms to get into passing lanes. Very surprised Malcolm was not picked up by a D1 after his prep year at GSP.
Malcolm Steadman | 6'6 @SFCityBasketbal | 4 Years of eligibility left @_youngstead @WCEBball AOG Showcase Highlights @Hump_Jackson @GSP_Bball @msteadman001@JucoAssistance @JucoRecruiting @JUCOadvocate @JUCOShowcase @JucoReport pic.twitter.com/TBIIbOz9c9— SIMPLY BASKETBALL (@simplyy_bball) December 8, 2020
Devan Sapp ( 2020 Mitty) - Devan was the 2019 WCAL player of the year and transferred back east for prep school but battled injuries. Before his injuries he had an offer from UCSB.
Julian Vaughns (2020 St. Joseph) - Spent first college season at Chico St. where he battled a shoulder injury. One of the best scorers in the class of 2020 where he averaged over 24 points per game. We can see Julian boucing back to a D1 after this season.
Lawrence Long (San Leandro) - Played at San Leandro HS, where he was still a raw prospect full of potential. Since graduating back in 2020. Lawrence has grown 2 inches and filled out his frame. Should be very fun to see the development of Lawrence through the pandemic.
EJ Neal (Sacred Heart Cathedral) - From the class of 2019, EJ took a prep year at Balboa where he showed his elite 3 and D skillset. EJ came through many of Simply Private Runs this past year and showed an improved ability to create off the dribble and able to finish above the rim. Previously had offers from Brown, Northern Colorado, Montana.
EJ Neal (6'4 CCSF) - 4 years left of eligibility— SIMPLY BASKETBALL (@simplyy_bball) January 21, 2021
Loves to defend and has a good 3pt shot and is a D1 player ! @e1_neal
D1's take a LOOK | High academic qualifer @SFCityBasketbal @JUCOadvocate @JucoHoops @Coach__Brandon pic.twitter.com/Za9r3i3oJM
Mezziah Oakman (Mt. Diablo) - The 7ft mystery man that came to Norcal 2 years ago. He is a unselfish player that can pass out the post and excellent at protecting the rim. Was one of the most inquired unsigned =Norcal player this past 6 months.
Mezziah Oakman - @MezziahOakman (2021 UNSIGNED)— SIMPLY BASKETBALL (@simplyy_bball) July 30, 2021
The growth has been tremendous the last 3 months. His best basketball is ahead of him!
One of the best bigs still available 🔥@LakeshowHoops @coachfuca @RonMFlores @CoachAntG @lvbigtime pic.twitter.com/o4ZSvcdnSw
David Hector ( Moreau Cathlolic) - Also from class of 2019, battles injuries while doing a prep year at Balboa, he is now back stronger than ever. He is a big physical guard that loves to get to the rim and utilize the midrange.
Wrenn Robinson (2020 St. Ignatius) - Was a star at St. Ignatius has an offer from Cleveland St. A PG that can create his own shot and is lethal with the pull up!
Jalen Scott ( 2020 SVSP) - Was the lead guard and leading scorer for St. Pats in 2020 where he was teammates with Washington St. star Dishon Jackson. The dynamic duo led St. Pats deep into the playoffs.
Jamir Thomas (2020 Berkeley) - Was one of the most prolific scorers in Norcal in the 2020 class. Expect to see Jamir expand his play making as he plays with a loaded CCSF squad.