The Sunday Showcase, hosted by College Prep Academy on Oct 11th, 2020, featured some of the top players in Northern California.
Here are some of the standouts from the Showcase:
Agjanti Miller (2021 Vanden) – Made tremendous improvements to his overall game throughout the quarantine season. His ability to play both guard positions lead his team to win the championship; no one could stay in front of him.
Aidan Mahaney (2022 Campolindo) – Continues to prove why he is considered one of the top players in NorCal. He scored at will from all 3 levels all day long while dropping off pretty dimes for an easy layup finish. There’s a reason why many high major colleges are recruiting for Aidan’s services even with two high school seasons remaining!
Aidan Mahaney (2022 Campolindo Showing why he's one of the top players on the west coast at the Sunday Showcase by @CPAOBasketball— SIMPLY BASKETBALL (@simplyy_bball) October 15, 2020
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Marsalis Roberson (2021 Bishop O’Dowd) – Recently committed to CAL Berkeley, Mars was back on the court on Sunday and reminded everyone why he is going to a Pac-12. He continues to approach the basket with ease while still getting a large number of highlight dunks. He has also shown improvement in his ball-handling skills and the ability to create his own shot.
Jeremiah Dargan (2022 Clayton Valley) – This young man is a true definition of a basketball player. On paper, he is a guard, but Jeremiah does whatever it takes to win basketball. He was a leader for the CPAO White Team making it all the way to the championship game! He made the right reads all day long by taking it to the basket or making a kick-out/entry pass. Expect to see a different player this season at Clayton Valley HS.
Jeremiah Dargan (2022 6'5 Clayton Valley) impacts the game in all facets of the game. Helped lead @CPAOBasketball (white) to the championship game at the Sunday Showcase! @DarganJeremiah— SIMPLY BASKETBALL (@simplyy_bball) October 14, 2020
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Corey Yerger (2021 Grant) – Considered to be one of the top guards in the NorCal region. By being practically unstoppable, he displayed how to properly and effectively handle the ball in order to reach the rim. There is no surprise as to why he will be committing to a D-1 school in the next few days. Corey currently has offers from USF, Long Beach St, and Pacific.
Jayson Matthews (2022 Grant) – A quick slippery guard known for his ability to get to the basket. Well, lookout because he has an improved shot from the catch and shoot or pull-up. Expect to see a big high school season from Jayson as he steps into a leadership role.
Angel Corona (2023 Westchester) – A physical 6’8″ big man that is a force in the middle. Showing improved athleticism to match his size with a very nice dunk in the early stages of the showcase. The 916 native is playing his high school career at legendary Westchester High School. A special prospect to watch for the next couple of years!
Jadon Hurtado (2023 Whitney) – A strong lead guard attacked the basket all day for the YBA Elite Team. Due to this factor, he leading their team to the championship game in the 17u Silver Division.
2024 Class has National Talent!
Ben Roseborough (2024 Sacramento HS) – Considered one of the top freshmen in the country, Ben’s game is a mixture of power & skill with a sweet stroke from NBA range. Getting to the basket is no problem with his smooth ball handling and physicality. Oh yeah, and let it be known that he can finish above the rim; with ease!
Tyler Thompson (2024 Vanden) – One of the top freshmen in NorCal proving early that he is ready for the big stage. He was getting to the basket and knocking down shots on a consistent basis. Tyler made the go ahead three in the championship game.
Amari Davis (2024 Grant) – At 6’7″ and relatively raw, Amari has all the tools to become a high major player. He demonstrated that he has a soft touch from the three-point line, can handle/attack from the outside, and is now finishing above the rim on a consistent basis. Keep a close eye on this one as he journeys through his high school career.
Other Standout Players at the Sunday Showcase
Takai Hardy (2022 Vanden)
Omari Davis (2021 Vanden)
Kam Manning-Fuiamono (2023 Monterey Trail)
Kiku Parker (2023 El Camino)
Micah Hobson (2023 Capital Christian)
Davion Wright (2022 Franklin)
Chris Holley (2021 Jesuit)
Emmanual Callas (2021 Campolindo)
Matthew Schroeder (2023 Oakmont)
Trevor Alfstad ( 2023 Granite Bay)
Jaden Alexander (2021 St. Patrick-St. Vincent)
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