Takai Hardy (2022 Vanden/WCE Norcal) – Becoming one of the top prospects in NorCal 6’6″ Takai Hardy showed he has a soft shooting touch to match his athletic ability. His impressive play at the Fall Invite earned him an offer from Montana, Montana State, and Cal Poly.
The Takai Hardy party has started!! 🎉🥳🪅 @TakaiHardy— SIMPLY BASKETBALL (@simplyy_bball) October 23, 2020
Don't wait too long to join or it'll be hard to get into the party
Picked up offers from Cal Poly, Montana, Montana state this week!! @WCEBball @wceua @RyanSilver1 @vandenball15 @Josh_calbert @Coach__Brandon pic.twitter.com/JOQPvSvUoB
Aidan Braccia (2022 SHP/WCE Norcal) – A true point guard and leader on the court; always kept his teammate’s head in the game. Has a very nice shooting stroke from mid-range to the 3-point line. Also showed improved driving ability and finishing at the rim. Will be a coaches favorite at the college level.
Aidan Braccia (2022 SHP) – True PG and Leader on the court! Will make a college coach very happy soon! @AidanBraccia— SIMPLY BASKETBALL (@simplyy_bball) October 24, 2020
Norcal Standout at @WCEBball Fall invite: https://t.co/EtZKLArzfz@RyanSilver1 @Coach__Brandon @Josh_calbert @NorCalPreps @TeamCezer pic.twitter.com/mEQmW4748E
Jeremiah Dargan (2022 Clayton Valley/Lakeshow) – This young man is almost too athletic! He only needed his first game on Saturday to show why you should never leave him open. The walking highlight reel had 4 dunks by the end of the first half and continued on a similar like trend through the rest of the weekend. He is as fast as he is bouncy as he passes the defense and zooms to the hoop. Do not be shocked when other Scouters pull him to the side at the end of the game as they did this weekend.
Yaru Harvey (2021 SCA/Lakeshow) – This is what real defense looks like! Leading the team like a true point guard while playing defense like a boss. The unselfish guard dished the ball out for open shots and easy layups, forced the defense to collapse on him, and had way too many picks against EVERY team. I would hate to be the ball handler on the other side as he played full-court defense for all of his games.
Robert Vaihola (2021 Riordan/Paytons Place) – Was able to keep the team in the game by putting the team on his back and becoming the nucleus for a vast majority of plays. Whenever the ball went through him it always led to beautiful plays. This was only achievable because he switched his role around to act as the big man this weekend. He may not be a big man, but he certainly dominated the paint as a big man should.
Robert Vaihola (2021) one of the best available seniors on the west coast! Dominating the paint with @PlaceBasketball at @WCEBball Fall invite— SIMPLY BASKETBALL (@simplyy_bball) October 23, 2020
NorCal standouts in AZ: https://t.co/EtZKLArzfz@RobertVaihola @NorCalPreps @Groundup_D @MoreRepsKP @CoachTobyM @knew_when pic.twitter.com/tKC5sxjO2k
Marsalis Roberson (2021 Bishop O’Dowd/WCE) – We knew he was athletic, but WOW! He had a block party all weekend long. There was not a single game where he did not get a couple of blocks per half; mind you this was also a running clock. At one point it looked like he was playing volleyball seeing how he kept spiking the ball. His defense definitely made the opposing team uncomfortable.
Dylan Hayman (2021 Healdsburg/ NBBA) – Great player overall. Played well-rounded defense with several blocks, can shoot the ball very well from all ranges, and has a nice drive to the basket. He almost singlehandedly carried his team throughout every game. Looking forward to seeing more of his gameplay at other private events.
Dylan Hayman (2021 Healdsburg) 6’5 scoring threat from anywhere on the court. One of the best unsigned seniors in NorCal! @WCEBball Fall Invite Norcal Standouts: https://t.co/EtZKLArzfz@NBBANorthBay @dylanhayman5 @NorCalPreps @TeamCezer @Pdouble_33 @RyanSilver1 pic.twitter.com/cwTq9QN2bO— SIMPLY BASKETBALL (@simplyy_bball) October 23, 2020
Mehki Morris (2021 Capital Christian/WCE) – A defensive minded point guard that caused problems for opposing guards all weekend long. Mehki creates his offense through his defense causing deflections and steals from all over the court. Mehki also got into the lane at will to get easy baskets for his teammates.
Jeremiah Jones (2021 Salesian/ Team Rampage) – Another PG tough as nails! Picked up 94ft and showed a nice midrange game. A leader on the court for Rampage and plays with great emotion. This is shortly after sitting out one season due to transfer rules. Jeremiah should have a big season for the Pride this upcoming season.