With the summer right around the corner and no spring travel ball and doubtful for summer ball. We would like to spotlight the players and programs who would have been chasing their dreams of earning scholarships to play at the next level. Without games to cover, we will still continue to provide content and coverage to help student athletes reach their goal.
Throughout the month we will spotlight programs and their rosters. This spotlight features JBS Basketball. The team consist of many of the top players all over the 916 with offers from many D1 schools. JBS will play on the Adidas 3SSB.
JBS 17u 3SSB
Jzaniya Harriel (2021 Antelope) – Considered the top player in Norcal is committed to Stanford. Can score from anywhere on the court and plays the game the right way. Puts on a absolute show every time on the court.
Jzaniya Harriel Junior Highlights— SIMPLY BASKETBALL (@simplyy_bball) April 17, 2020
2 x Sac Bee Player of the Year
3 x Capitol Valley League MVP
Q&A and recruiting talk: https://t.co/mztcw9BNPn@HarrielJzaniya @jbsbasketball @HaroldAbend @werunbreakabl pic.twitter.com/rLfTGxWPao
Kaijia Lesane (2021 Antelope) – The motor that makes Antelope go. High-level energy physicality committed to Weber State. First team all league all three years won two second championships
Kylie Horstmeyer (2021 Redwood) – Marin County Player of the Year does it all. Can shoot, score in the post, and bring the ball up. Kylie recently committed to the University of San Diego.
Kylie Horstmeyer | 6'1 2021 | Redwood HS— SIMPLY BASKETBALL (@simplyy_bball) February 6, 2020
Was faced guarded all game and was still able to make an impact on the game!
Offers/Interest from PAC 12, WCC, Mountain West, Big West, and Big Sky.@KylieHorstmeyer @CKPremierBall @ChrisHansenPSB @PassThaBall @GurlzMedia @CalStars pic.twitter.com/UhRJOA1zOm
Ahrray Young (2022 Laguna Creek) – Ranked #2 on Norcal preps earned league MVP. Big body guard they can play multiple positions. Tremendous athlete.
Annika Decker (2021 Pinewood) – League MVP. Phenomenal on ball defender. Tremendous ballhandling skills, high-level basketball IQ and passer
Maia Garcia (2021 Pinewood) – Committed to Cal Poly 6’3 Finish well with both hands. Runs the court like a guard. Tremendous shot blocker and rebounder. Getting interest from many D1 schools.
Alyssa Sandle (2021 Roseville) – 3 x 1st team all league has a great lead guard that is a excellent defender with a high basketball IQ.
Lesieli Manupule (2022 Laguna Creek) – 6’2 big body post with great hands and footwork. Earned first-team league honors this past season.
Julia Riley (2022 Granite Bay) – Stretch 4, big time 3pt point shooter earned 1st team all league. Great hands runs a court like a high major. She makes big shot and was on the Gauntlet championship team last year.
Paris Green (Woodcreek) – Raw talent molding her in to be a big-time player. Has all the athletic ability size and tremendous hands. Great size and shot blocker. Great rebounder
Alina Daffon (2021 Antelope) – Great spot up 3pt shooter high. High motor, great ball handling skills and tough competitor.
Madison Butcher (2021 Del Oro) – Earned 1st team All League and SacBee honors. A 5’10 pg with great basketball IQ. Big time recruit with multiple HM D1 interest.
Zoey Tillery (2021 Laguna Creek) – Great three-point shooter, first team all league, high-level by handling skills, high-level basketball IQ. Let Laguna Creek with Ahrray to league metro championship.
Director/Head Coach: Sean Chambers