Boys BB All-State Nominations Part 1

Harrison Butler is one of four players from CIF Southern Section Open Division champion Mater Dei to get an all-state nomination. CIF Open Division champion Sierra Canyon is the only team with five. Photo: Scott Kurtz.

The next Cal-Hi Sports All-State Teams in boys basketball will be the 40th time they’ve been released. Some of the earliest selections include Jay Bilas (Rolling Hills), Reggie Miller (Riverside Poly) and Kevin Johnson (Sacramento). The process is now beginning for the latest elite lists and it begins with this list. It’s our own virtual board of nominees that can be amended by any coach, fan or parent who wants to make a pitch for their favorite player. Every CIF section in the state is included. We will post a second updated list — which will be for Gold Club members — once all additional input has been collected.

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What We’re Looking For: You can send a nomination with each athlete’s height, position, year in school, significant statistics. Make sure to list the school, too. Comparing a player not on the board yet to one who already is can be very important toward eventual selection. Limit each nomination to one page please. Send to: or call (209) 608-1317 (that is the cell for editor Mark Tennis). For boys all-state teams, managing editor Ronnie Flores will be consulted for all final all-state team lists. Email

Also, be aware that not all freshmen, sophomores or juniors we are considering for all-state underclass may be on this list. We also normally wind up choosing players who aren’t on this list for some of the smaller CIF divisions as well. These players will come to light when all of the various major newspaper-based honor squads are released.

Format: Ten players will be chosen all-state overall first team with 10 more on second team and 10 more on third team. Each of the first 30 players are written up. There also will be players named from each of the CIF state divisions. Players from Open Division teams will be mixed with Division I and there will be twice as many Open/Division I players chosen than from any other division. The all-state underclass team also will consist of at least 20 juniors, 15 sophomores and 10 freshmen. Those numbers can fluctuate, however, depending on the pool of players involved.

Don’t assume we know all there is to know about a player on the list, either. Send us info to make sure all facts are turned in and placed into our files. We do copy-paste the final set of nominees from last year to get started and may have missed seeing a transfer or may be listing a player who was injured for the 2018 season who played in 2017.

Congratulations to following all-state nominees currently on our board for the various 2018 all-state boys basketball teams (thanks to Stockton office free-lance editor Paul Muyskens for major contribution to this post):

Anthony Martinez was one of the leading scorers in the Central Section and had a breakout senior season. Photo:

CIF Central Section
Cole Anderson (Clovis West, Fresno) Fr.
C.J. Ayers (Sunnyside, Fresno) Jr.
Jose Bautista (Arvin) Sr.
Uriah Carter (Central, Fresno) Sr.
Victor Castrejon (Farmersville) Sr.
Jonah Crumpton-Murray (Buchanan, Clovis) Jr.
Dameane Douglas (San Joaquin Memorial, Fresno) Sr.
Cannon Eames (Yosemite, Oakhurst) Sr.
Chris Estrada (Bullard, Fresno) Jr.
Jonah Geron (San Joaquin Memorial, Fresno) Sr.
Angelo Gonzalez (Delano) Sr.
Jalen Green (San Joaquin Memorial, Fresno) Soph.
Justin Greiner (Centennial, Bakersfield) Sr.
Spencer Heimerdinger (Buchanan, Clovis) Sr.
Eric Hernandez (Mission Oak, Tulare) Jr.
Grant Highstreet (Central Valley Christian, Visalia) Jr.
Isaiah Hill (Liberty, Bakersfield) Jr.
Nate Kendricks (Immanuel, Reedley) Sr.
Caleb Malalis (Clovis) Sr.
Anthony Martinez (Clovis) Sr.
Ezrah Mendrin (Kerman) Jr.
Bryan Paredes (Tulare Western) Sr.
Andrew Parker (Bullard, Fresno) Sr.
Jeremy Perry (Sierra Pacific, Hanford) Sr.
Henry Ramirez (Selma) Sr.
Brandon Recek (Clovis West, Fresno) Sr.
Daniel Rico (Kerman) Sr.
Max Robledo (Baker) Sr.
Roy Salinas (Corcoran) Sr.
Jacob Shubin (Kerman) Jr.
Ronnie Stapp (Bakersfield) Sr.
Amari Stroud (Sunnyside, Fresno) Sr.
Lunden Taylor (San Joaquin Memorial, Fresno) Sr.
Edward Turner (Foothill, Bakersfield) Jr.
Cashemin Williams (Central, Fresno) Sr.
Cam’ron Wilson (Central, Fresno) Sr.
Ben Yurosek (Bakersfield Christian) Soph.
Levell Zeigler (Ridgeview, Bakersfield) Sr.

Logan Johnson of Mountain View St. Francis was one of the top players in the CCS. He is the younger brother of NBA point guard Tyler Johnson. Photo:

CIF Central Coast Section
Mohammed Adam (Monterey) Sr.
Ayo Aderoboye (Woodside Priory, Portola Valley) Sr.
Brandon Beckman (St. Ignatius, San Francisco) Sr.
Dylan Belquist (Los Gatos) Sr.
Adriano Betancourt (Alisal, Salinas) Sr.
Alex Braken-Guelke (Los Gatos) Sr.
J.T. Byrne (Carmel) Fr.
Je’Lani Clark (Archbishop Riordan, San Francisco) Soph.
Max DeHart (Santa Cruz) Sr.
Max Dorward (Palo Alto) Sr.
Jarrett Edria (Salinas) Sr.
George Ellegood (Cupertino) Sr.
Cameron Fini (Valley Christian, San Jose) Sr.
Demarri Floyd (Piedmont Hills, San Jose) Sr.
Joe Foley (Menlo School, Atherton) Sr.
Josue Gil-Silva (Alisal, Salinas) Jr.
Riley Grigsby (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) Sr.
Tyler Harris (Scotts Valley) Sr.
Riley Houser (Leigh, San Jose) Sr.
Logan Johnson (St. Francis, Mountain View) Sr.
Jagos Jovanovic (Santa Clara) Sr.
Kiran Kruse (Bellarmine, San Jose) Jr.
Ziggy Lauese (Sequoia, Redwood City) Sr.
Rodney Lawrence (Jefferson, Daly City) Sr.
Colin McCarthy (Serra, San Mateo) Sr.
Ethan Menzies (Half Moon Bay) Sr.
Bryce Monroe (Sacred Heart Cathedral, S.F.) Soph.
Caleb Onuonga (Mountain View Academy) Soph.
Christian Quintero (Pajaro Valley, Watsonville) Soph.
Spencer Rojahn (Palo Alto) Sr.
Lucas Schmidt (Monte Vista Christian, Watsonville) Sr.
Dominic Simpkins (Evergreen Valley, San Jose) Sr.
Kendall Stubblefield (Bellarmine, San Jose) Sr.
Darrion Trammell (St. Ignatius, San Francisco) Sr.
Sam Treanor (Half Moon Bay) Sr.
Jacquez Walker (Piedmont Hills, San Jose) Sr.
Chase Watkins (St. Francis CCC, Watsonville) Sr.
T.C. Wegner (Westmont, Campbell) Sr.
Jake Wojcik (Bellarmine, San Jose) Sr.
Riley Woodson (Menlo School, Atherton) Sr.
Roy Yuan (St. Francis, Mountain View) Jr.

CIF L.A. City Section
Kaelen Allen (Westchester, Los Angeles) Sr.
Ethan Anderson (Fairfax, Los Angeles) Jr.
Jordan Brinson (Westchester, Los Angeles) Jr.
Demetrius Calip (Taft, Woodland Hills) Soph.
Elijah Choice (Central City Value, Los Angeles) Sr.
Kihei Clark (Taft, Woodland Hills) Sr.
Devonaire Doutrive (Birmingham, Lake Balboa) Sr.
Kevein Ebiriekwe (Crenshaw, Los Angeles) Sr.
Eddy Egun (El Camino Real, Woodland Hills) Sr.
Niko Gooden (Hollywood) Sr.
Jordan Griffin (Narbonne, Harbor City) Sr.
Jamal Hartwell (Fairfax, Los Angeles) Sr.
Zellie Hudson (Westchester, Los Angeles) Sr.
Daisone Hughes (University, Los Angeles) Sr.
Michael Ibarra (South East, South Gate) Jr.
De’Shawn Johnson (View Park, Los Angeles) Soph.
Christian Koloko (Birmingham, Lake Balboa) Jr.
Shamar Lair (View Park, Los Angeles) Sr.
Eli McCloud (Manual Arts, Los Angeles) Sr.
Robert McRae (Fairfax, Los Angeles) Jr.
Malik Muhammad (Narbonne, Harbor City) Sr.
Noel Scott (Washington Prep, Los Angeles) Jr.
Dallin Takairangi (Canoga Park) Sr.
Kylan Wallace (Carson) Sr.
Tyree Winborn (Van Nuys) Sr.
Dominique Winbush (Crenshaw, Los Angeles) Jr.

Nick Klarman was a consistent 20-point scorer all season for Clayton Valley and helped team stay unbeaten long into January. Photo: Harold Abend.

CIF North Coast Section
James Akinjo (Salesan, Richmond) Sr.
Miles Amos (Stuart Hall, San Francisco) Jr.
Maxwell Anderson (Moreau Catholic, Hayward) Jr.
Cameron Ba (St. Joseph Notre Dame, Alameda) Sr.
Nakai Baker (Mendocino) Sr.
Ben Barrett (Piedmont) Sr.
Robby Beasley (Dublin) Soph.
Kyree Brown (Berkeley) Sr.
Nigel Burris (Stuart Hall, San Francisco) Fr.
Cody Call (Mendocino) Jr.
William Chavarin (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland) Jr.
Will Cummins (Campolindo, Moraga) Sr.
Jack Duboff (Tamalpais, Mill Valley) Sr.
Jaylen Edmonds (Washington, Fremont) Sr.
Akil Edwards (St. Patrick-St. Vincent, Vallejo) Jr.
Naseem Gaskin (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland) Sr.
Ricky Griffin (Hercules) Sr.
Elijah Hardy (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland) Sr.
Conner Jackson (Dublin) Sr.
Dishon Jackson (St. Patrick-St. Vincent, Vallejo) Soph.
Joshua Jefferson (Salesian, Richmond) Sr.
Nick Klarman (Clayton Valley, Concord) Sr.
Tyler Langowski (Livermore) Sr.
Carter Mahaney (Campolindo, Moraga) Soph.
Ezra Manjon (Heritage, Brentwood) Jr.
Jaden McClanahan (Salesian, Richmond) Jr.
JoVon McClanahan (Salesian, Richmond) Jr.
Nathan Narciso (Washington, Fremont) Jr.
Jonathan Ned (Heritage, Brentwood) Sr.
Kingsley Obiorah (Alameda) Sr.
Devin Payne (Las Lomas, Walnut Creek) Sr.
Robert Prince (Las Lomas, Walnut Creek) Sr.
Justin Pratt (De La Salle, Concord) Sr.
Viktor Rajkovic (Branson, Ross) Sr.
Nathan Robinson (Las Lomas, Walnut Creek) Sr.
Te’Jon Sawyer (Salesian, Richmond) Soph.
Noah Schwartz (Alameda) Sr.
Riley Smith (Windsor) Sr.
Kahlil Spain (Richmond) Sr.
Spencer Spivy (University, San Francisco) Sr.
Aidan Toner-Rodgers (Analy, Sebastopol) Sr.
Leonard Turner (Moreau Catholic, Hayward) Jr.
Hokulani Wickard (Lower Lake) Sr.
Benno Zecic (Alameda) Sr.

Kevin Kremer scored 29 points for Pleasant Valley of Chico in CIF D3 state title game win vs. Notre Dame of Riverside. Photo: Willie Eashman.

CIF Northern Section
Corey Busta (Corning) Sr.
Jonny Cruz (Foothill, Palo Cedro) Sr.
Jayden Curl (Mercy, Red Bluff) Fr.
Manuel Espinoza (Princeton) Sr.
Brian Harper (Trinity, Weaverville) Sr.
Sullivan Hurte (Las Plumas, Oroville) Sr.
Thurman Knowles (Foothill, Palo Cedro) Sr.
Kevin Kremer (Pleasant Valley, Chico) Sr.
Austin Larson (Redding Christian, Palo Cedro) Jr.
Tyler Little (Gridley) Sr.
Xavia Martinez (Weed) Jr.
Jarin Polander (Pleasant Valley, Chico) Sr.
Enrique Ramirez (Providence, Orland) Jr.
Kaden Riccomini (Mt. Shasta) Jr.
Jake Rick (Pleasant Valley, Chico) Sr.
Adam Shoff (Enterprise, Redding) Jr.
Ashvir Singh (Live Oak) Sr.
Simerjot Singh (Shasta, Redding) Sr.
Blake Steidlmayer (Colusa) Jr.
Zachary Thompson (Fall River, McArthur) Sr.
David Yates (Anderson) Sr.
Noah Zoppi (Corning) Sr.

CIF Oakland/San Francisco Sections
Keshad Johnson (Envision Academy, Oakland) Jr.
Ben Knight (Mission, San Francisco) Jr.
Jackie Luong (Washington, San Francisco) Jr.
Brooklin Sharpe (Oakland Tech, Oakland) Sr.

Folsom’s Mason Forbes began season with strong outing at NorCal Tip-Off Classic. He later helped Bulldogs knock off state No. 1 Salesian in NorCal Open Division playoffs. Photo: @ncalpremierball/

CIF Sac-Joaquin Section
Andre Albason (Christian Brothers, Sacramento) Sr.
Cyrus Allen (Golden Valley, Merced) Sr.
Dylan Autrey (Calaveras, San Andreas) Sr.
Levell Bailey (Burbank, Sacramento) Jr.
Junior Ballard (Modesto Christian) Sr.
Rick Barros (Capital Christian, Sacramento) Sr.
James Bland (Gregori, Modesto) Sr.
Nate Bond (Elliot Christian, Lodi) Sr.
Chris Cagle (Woodcreek, Roseville) Sr.
Kaleb Carter (Stagg, Stockton) Sr.
Zach Chappell (Capital Christian, Sacramento) Sr.
Adison Cramer (Argonaut, Jackson) Sr.
Dale Currie (Sheldon, Sacramento) Sr.
Akili Daniels (Sacramento) Sr.
Cody Doell (Elliot Christian, Lodi) Sr.
Will Fiveash (Hughson) Sr.
Mason Forbes (Folsom) Sr.
Eljay Gallegos (Folsom) Sr.
Willie Goebel (Foothill, Sacramento) Jr.
Joshua Hamilton (Central Catholic, Modesto) Sr.
Michael Hayes (West, Tracy) Sr.
Ezekiel Holman (Lincoln, Stockton) Sr.
Cade Hoppe (Oak Ridge, El Dorado Hills) Sr.
Kai Huntsberry (Placer, Auburn) Sr.
Tre Jenkins (St. Mary’s, Stockton) Sr.
Bryce Johnson (St. Mary’s, Stockton) Jr.
Cole Johnson (Sacramento Country Day) Sr.
Dom Johnson (Sheldon, Sacramento) Jr.
Martis Johnson (Folsom) Sr.
Nate Karren (West Campus, Sacramento) Sr.
Andre Kelly (Lincoln, Stockton) Sr.
Elias King (Jesuit, Carmichael) Sr.
Noah McCutcheon (Freedom Christian, Fair Oaks) Sr.
A.J. McGee (Grant, Sacramento) Soph.
Garren O’Keefe (Colfax) Sr.
Joe Okitukunda (Patterson) Sr.
Jalen Patterson (Liberty Ranch, Galt) Soph.
BrunDon Pettit (Laguna Creek, Elk Grove) Soph.
De’Shaun Pickens (Antelope) Sr.
Ben Polack (Beyer, Modesto) Sr.
Jeremy Redwine (Merced) Sr.
Isaiah Rutherford (Jesuit, Carmichael) Jr.
Nic Sani (Central Catholic, Modesto) Soph.
Dathan Satchell (Modesto Christian Jr.
Raymond Sim (Franklin, Elk Grove) Sr.
Josh Singh (Lutheran, Elk Grove) Sr.
Carson Strong (Wood, Vacaville) Sr.
Izayah Talmadge (Sacramento) Jr.
Jonas Tate (Hilmar) Sr.
Darren Tobius (Bradshaw Christian, Sacramento) Soph.
Dre Treadwell (Del Oro, Loomis) Jr.
Miles Turner (Tracy) Sr.
Jared Votaw (Argonaut, Jackson) Sr.
Gavin Wilburn (Weston Ranch, Stockton) Soph.
Kaito Williams (Sheldon, Sacramento) Jr.
Tyler Williams (Modesto Christian) Sr.
Wesley Williams-Burse (Enochs, Modesto) Sr.

Cameron Barry from West Hills of Santee was the top scoring leader in the state for larger schools at more than 33 ppg. Photo:

CIF San Diego Section
Chibuzo Agbo (St. Augustine, San Diego) Soph.
James Allen (Mt. Miguel, Spring Valley) Sr.
Trey Anderson (Mater Dei Catholic, Chula Vista) Sr.
DeAndre Andrews (Kearny, San Diego) Sr.
Cameron Barry (West Hills, Santee) Sr.
JC Canahuate (Army-Navy, Carlsbad) Sr.
Derrick Carter-Hollinger (Foothills Christian, El Cajon) Jr.
Taeshon Cherry (Foothills Christian, El Cajon) Sr.
Christian Choice (Henry, San Diego) Sr.
Kody Clouet (San Marcos) Sr.
Jordan Cooke-Harper (Poway) Sr.
Tim Crawford (Montgomery, San Diego) Sr.
Rejean “Boogie” Ellis (Mission Bay, San Diego) Jr.
Jalen Flanagan (El Camimo, Oceanside) Sr.
Yassine Gharram (Foothills Christian, El Cajon) Soph.
Jordan Hilstock (Vista) Jr.
Jayden Holloway (Henry, San Diego) Sr.
Ronnie Lattin (Mission Bay, San Diego) Jr.
Ryan Langborg (La Jolla Country Day) Jr.
Deondre McHayle (Monte Vista, Spring Valley) Sr.
Damien Miller (Orange Glen, Escondido) Sr.
Thomas Notarainni (Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) Fr.
Bryce Pope (Torrey Pines, San Diego) Jr.
Michael Pope (Torrey Pines, San Diego) Jr.
Beon Ja Riley (Mater Dei Catholic, Chula Vista) Soph.
Taurus Samuels (Vista) Sr.
Gage Sanders (Steele Canyon, Spring Valley) Sr.
Matt Stevenson (Santa Fe Christian, Solana Beach) Sr.
Finn Sullivan (Torrey Pines, San Diego) Sr.
Warren Washington (Mission Hills, San Marcos) Sr.
Isaiah Williams (Olympian, Chula Vista) Sr.
Phillip Willis (Maranatha Christian, San Diego) Sr.

Braelee Albert has led Brentwood to back-to-back CIFSS titles in different divisions, but it was league rival Crossroads that won CIF D2 state title. Photo:

CIF Southern Section
Joshua Adoh (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) Jr.
Amitai Afenjar (Milken, Los Angeles) Sr.
David Agba (Roosevelt, Eastvale) Sr.
Max Agbonkpolo (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) Jr.
Jonathan Aguirre (Bishop Amat, La Puente) Sr.
Braelee Albert (Brentwood, Los Angeles) Jr.
Tim Andreoli (Royal, Simi Valley) Sr.
Wayne Arnold (Dominguez, Compton) Sr.
David Atencio (Edison, Huntington Beach) Sr.
Chris Austin (Maranatha, Sierra Madre) Sr.
Dawson Baker (Capistrano Valley, Mission Viejo) Sr.
Andre Ball (Chino Hills) Sr.
D’Shaun Barrett (Twentynine Palms) Sr.
Dale Batac (Nogales, La Puente) Jr.
Riley Battin (Oak Park) Sr.
Jules Bernard (Windward, Los Angeles) Sr.
Tyler Boutte (Trona) Sr.
Doctor Bradley (Serra, Gardena) Jr.
Alex Bray (University, Irvine) Sr.
Wilhelm Breidenbach (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) Fr.
Darius Brown II (Pasadena) Sr.
Evander Burns (Barstow) Sr.
Blake Burzell (Laguna Beach) Sr.
Harrison Butler (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) Sr.
CaCoa Chatman (St. Anthony, Long Beach) Sr.
Josh Christopher (Mayfair, Lakewood) Soph.
Jaylen Clark (Centennial, Corona) Soph.
C.J. Clemons (Beaumont) Sr.
Quinn Collins (Redondo Union, Redondo Beach) Sr.
Will Compton (San Luis Obispo) Sr.
Kristian Curl (Ayala, Chino Hills) Sr.
D.J. Davis (Centennial, Corona) Soph.
Whitten Dominguez (Hart, Newhall) Sr.
Kessler Edwards (Etiwanda) Sr.
Jerod Elliott (La Sierra, Riverside) Sr.
Jacob Eyman (Los Alamitos) Sr.
Destin Flucas (Cerritos) Sr.
Terren Frank (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) Soph.
Julien Franklin (Villa Park) Jr.
Spencer Freedman (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) Sr.
Austin Galuppo (West Ranch, Valencia) Sr.
Chris Gayles (Paraclete, Lancaster) Sr.
Bryce Hamilton (Pasadena) Sr.
Elijah Harkless (Etiwanda) Sr.
Brendan Harrick (Esperanza, Anaheim) Sr.
Amani Harris (St. Bernard, Playa del Rey) Jr.
Dominick Harris (Pacifica Christian, Newport Beach) Soph.
Mehkel Harvey (Ocean View, Huntington Beach) Sr.

Amani “Mook” Harris had a breakout season for St. Bernard (Playa del Rey) and already has been named to the All-CIFSS team for his team’s division. Photo: @VikingsSBHS /

Anthony Holland (Notre Dame, Riverside) Jr.
Darrel Houston (Crossroads, Santa Monica) Sr.
Gianni Hunt (Bishop Montgomery, Torrance) Jr.
Daniel Hyun (Nipomo) Jr.
Jaime Jaquez Jr. (Camarillo) Jr.
Isaiah Johnson (Crean Lutheran, Irvine) Soph.
Darren Jones (Cajon, San Bernardino) Jr.
Tevian Jones (Culver City) Sr.
Johnny Juzang (Harvard-Westlake, N. Hollywood) Soph.
James Keefe (Loyola, Los Angeles) Jr.
Chris Koon (Rolling Hills Prep, San Pedro) Jr.
Jake Kyman (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) Jr.
Pedro Leal (Rubidoux, Riverside) Sr.
Donnell Leffridge (San Dimas) Sr.
Carl Lewis (Lynwood) Jr.
Dajour Lewis (Knight, Palmdale) Jr.
Zekiah LoVett (Redondo Union, Redondo Beach) Sr.
Caleb Lowery (Santa Clarita Christian) Soph.
Jared Lucas (Los Altos, Hacienda Heights) Jr.
Jahveon Madearis (Cantwell-Sacred Heart, Montebello) Soph.
Jeremiah Martin (Cajon, San Bernardino) Sr.
K.J. Martin (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) Jr.
Ian Martinez (Cantwell-Sacred Heart, Montebello) Soph.
Elijah McCullough (Damien, La Verne) Sr.
D.J. McDonald (Alemany, Mission Hills) Sr.
Joel Mensah (JSerra, SJ Capistrano) Sr.
Alex Mishaw (West, Torrance) Jr.
Evan Mobley (Rancho Christian, Temecula) Soph.
Isaiah Mobley (Rancho Christian, Temecula) Jr.
Jordan Montgomery (Rancho Christian, Temecula) Soph.
Anton Mozga (Notre Dame, Riverside) Jr.
Armon Muldrew (Orange Vista, Perris) Soph.
Joseph Octave (Mary Star, San Pedro) Jr.
Fred Odhiambo (Alemany, Mission Hills) Sr.
Victor Obioha (Hillcrest, Riverside) Sr.
Onyeka Okongwu (Chino Hills) Jr.
Shareef O’Neal (Crossroads, Santa Monica) Sr.
Bryce Parker (Upland) Sr.
A.J. Perry (Canyon, Anaheim) Jr.
Danny Pina (Duarte) Jr.
Scottie Pippen Jr. (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) Jr.
Darryl Polk (Long Beach Poly, Long Beach) Sr.
Sebastian Ramirez (California Lutheran, Wildomar) Sr.
Taj Regans (Crespi, Encino) Sr.
Dennis Rodman Jr. (JSerra, San Juan Capistrano) Jr.
Iysaiah Rojas (Los Osos, Rancho Cucamonga) Sr.
Jonathan Salazar (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) Jr.
Tory San Antonio (Rancho Verde, Moreno Valley) Jr.
Jaden Shackelford (Oak Hills, Hesperia) Jr.
Cameron Shelton (Damien, La Verne) Sr.
Alec Sinek (Troy, Fullerton) Sr.
David Singleton (Bishop Montgomery, Torrance) Sr.
Clark Slajchert (Oak Park) Soph.
Wes Slajchert (Oak Park) Sr.
Mekhi Smith (Knight, Palmdale) Sr.
Cassius Stanley (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) Jr.
Jordan Starr (Santa Clarita Christian) Sr.
Pierce Sterling (La Quinta) Jr.
Jackson Stormo (San Marcos, Santa Barbara) Sr.
Dylan Thoerner (Beckman, Irvine) Jr.
Mikey Tsogt (Rio Hondo Prep, Arcadia) Sr.
Ryan Turell (Valley Torah, Valley Village) Sr.
Jaxen Turner (Rancho Verde, Moreno Valley) Jr.
Fletcher Tynen (Bishop Montgomery, Torrance) Sr.
Ofure Ujadghele (Chino Hills) Sr.
Isaiah Vargas (Brethren Christian, Huntington Beach) Sr.
Josh Vazquez (Bishop Montgomery, Torrance) Jr.
Michael Wang (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) Sr.
Dezmond Washington (Blair, Pasadena) Sr.
Duane Washington Jr. (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) Sr.
Mason Westlake (J.W. North, Riverside) Sr.
Makani Whiteside (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) Jr.
Brandon Williams (Crespi, Encino) Sr.
Julian Williams (Palmdale) Jr.
Krystian Wilson (Etiwanda) Sr.
Hunter Woods (Muir, Pasadena) Sr.
Shamar Wright (Murrieta Mesa, Murrieta) Sr.

Mark Tennis is the co-founder and publisher of He can be reached at Don’t forget to follow Mark on the Cal-Hi Sports Twitter handle: @CalHiSports

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One Comment

  1. WOW ME
    Posted April 5, 2018 at 6:48 am | Permalink

    Watched games all yr and saw St Bernards play at least 10 times and for the industry to keep pushing that kid as elite or even performance elite is really a slap in the face to kids who Out played and outperformed him all year,,,PURE HYPE,,he averaged maybe 10 pts a game maybe

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