AJ Gbeintor (2022 Rocklin) - Played with a purpose and took every matchup personally. He is constantly looking for his other teammates to make a quick dime for an easy bucket. If he can't find the open teammate, no problem; he will drive the ball to the hoop and get the bucket himself. A player that will be leading Rocklin HS once season is back. 

Ned Joyce (2022 Pleasant Valley) - The 6'2 guard has a deadly pull up shot all the way out to 25ft. Ned has good size and athleticism for his position. He ran the pick and roll effectively and led his team to the most wins.   

Damjan Agovic (2021 Del Campo) - The 6'11 big has can score it from in the paint or outside the 3pt arc. Not too many 6'11 players in Norcal with the skills Dom has. Dom is one of the best unsigned big men in Norcal. 

Jarod Webb (2021 Florin) -  Good point guard with a great shot. He has good ball handling skills to attack the basket at will against any defender. When given too much space he will take the gift the defender gave him and make the shot. Can put on a show on the fastbreak with high flying dunks. He also has nice defense making him a threat on both ends of the court. 

Malik Madison (6'8 2021 Sac HS) Straight dunk city when he is on the court! A big man, and he knows it. He stays around the paint on defense and effective in the pick-and-roll. He uses is size and height to his advantage making it difficult for the offense to get the easy buckets near the basket. He will make many college coaches happy.

Omari Nesbit (2022 Burbank)  - Omari has a quick first step and uses his size to his advantage to squeeze by the defense. This makes it harder on the defender because he has a great one dribble-shoot type of game while throwing in a few hessie. However, if you don't guard him close he will take the shot. He has a great shot from the three-point range.

Chase Mitchell (2022 Pleasant Valley) - Knows how to make the game easier for his teammates. He gets to the right positions to get the easy shot or to post you up in the paint. He trails the ball handler or the fast breaks, or sprints down the court; each case is situational. Regardless, he get down the court on the fast breaks, and some how he's just there. And on defense, he is not afraid of your size or height. 

Noah Thomas (2022 Pleasant Valley) -  Quick and explosive guard has a lethal pull up game and knows how to create for others. Noah's feel and pace makes him hard to guard and also a star on the gridiron, he is not afraid of contact