Boys BB: Introducing 2019 Class

Cassius Stanley of Harvard-Westlake (North Hollywood) rates as the top overall college prospect in California's 2019 class. It's early in the developmental process for this group, but as an athlete and leaper Stanley is compared favorably to NBA All-Star Demar DeRozan when he entered Compton High School and to 1996 Cal-Hi Sports Mr. Basketball Corey Bejamin (pictured) when he entered J.W. North in the fall of 1992. Photo: Ronnie Flores

Cassius Stanley of Harvard-Westlake (North Hollywood) rates as the top overall college prospect in California’s 2019 class. It’s early in the developmental process for this group, but as an athlete and leaper Stanley is compared favorably to NBA All-Star Demar DeRozan when he entered Compton High School and to 1996 Cal-Hi Sports Mr. Basketball Corey Bejamin (pictured) when he entered J.W. North in the fall of 1992. Photo: Ronnie Flores.

Our boys basketball coverage for Gold Club VIPs continues with a first look at the state’s top incoming ninth-graders. The freshman (2019) class has some elite talent among wings and guards, but many in that group are already mature and it’s important to keep that in mind when projecting future success, especially for post players who often develop later. Some of the state’s better freshmen also won’t contribute right away because they are joining strong programs with veteran players.  

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