Jordan Ford (Folsom/ St. Mary's College) - Agua Caliente Clippers, Los Angeles Clippers

The former Folsom HS star is a 2 x Sac-Bee player of the year, 2 x SJS D2 Section champion. In college he stayed in Norcal and became a legend at St. Mary's College in Moraga, CA. During his time as a Gael, he became a 2 x 1st- Team All-WCC and top 5 in almost all offensive categories in SMC record books. 

Kenny Wooten (Manteca/Oregon University) - Rio Grande Valley Vipers, Houston Rockets

Was considered at 4-star recruit out of Manteca HS and Trinity Prep out of Nevada. He spent 2 seasons with the Oregon Ducks and earned 2 x Pac-12 All-Defensive team. He spent last season with the Westchester Knicks averaging 8 points, 4 blocks, and 6 rebounds per game. 


Jeremy Lin (Palo Alto / Harvard) - Santa Cruz Warriors , Golden State Warriors 

A 9 year NBA vet spent last season in the CBA. The man known for Linsanity will be making his NBA comeback through his hometown team Santa Cruz / Golden State Warriors 


Ivan Rabb (Bishop O'Dowd/CAL) - Delaware Blue Coats 

The Oakland native have been spitting time between the G-League and Memphis Grizzles the last 2 seasons. The 6'10 power forward showed glimpses that he can be good NBA player for a long time as he dominated the last part of the G-League season.

Brandon Ashley (Bishop O'Dowd/ Arizona) G-League Ignite

 Led the Wildcats to an undefeated season in 21-0 and was on pace to lead them to a NCAA championship before injuring his foot. Ashley went undrafted and have been splitting his time overseas and G-League. Will be one of the veterans on the G-league Ignite squad. 


Cody Demps (Pleasant Grove HS/ Sacramento St) G-League Ignite 

Demps was a hometown star for the Sac St. Hornets during his college years. He's spent his last 3 seasons in the G-league and will be one of the veterans on the new G-League Ignite team. 

Jalen Green (San Joaquin Memorial/Prolific Prep) G-League Ignite

 The face of the G-League Ignite team. Jalen has been a national name since his freshman year of high school. Expect to see a increase in G-League viewership with the addition of the unicorn!