As we continue our preseason coverage of the H.S basketball season, let’s take a look at some transfers that should have a major impact on the season. Richard Isaacs Jr. Richard Isaacs Jr. 6'2" | PG Coronado | 2022 State…
As we continue our preseason coverage of the H.S basketball season, let’s take a look at some transfers that should have a major impact on the season.
6’2 PG Coronado 2022 From Wasatch Academy (featured image): This is an easy one. One of the top PGs in the country returns to the school he starred for as a freshman. Isaacs brings a wealth of experience, leadership, and scoring, his addition makes the Cougars an instant 5A contender.
5’11 CG Liberty 2023 (#5PHN 2023) From Coronado: Kambala joins a Liberty team many expect to compete for the 5A crown. His skills seem to fit in seamlessly as he provides instant on-ball defense, additional ballhandling, and shooting. His addition gives the Patriots 4 top 5 players in their respective classes.
6’5 PF Bishop Gorman From Capital Christian: Freemen a transfer from Northern California, is expected to provide the Gaels with instant frontcourt depth. He could be the ultimate glue guy for a program that has reeled off 9 straight state titles.
6’7 SF Democracy Prep 2023 – Choi is a transfer from New York, with the chance to make a major impact in the 2A division. An athletic, versatile wing, he’s going to be a handful on the block and the perimeter. He currently holds an offer from LMU and is the favorite for 2A POY.
5’9 PG Canyon Springs 2023 From Bonanza: – Lambert is a transfer from Bonanza, who should fit right in at Canyon Springs. The PG is a pitbull on ball, which should go over well with CS HC Freddie Banks. He also has the ability to breakdown defenders and set up teammates.
6’3 PG Bishop Manogue 2023 From Silverado: Morency was just finding his groove toward the end of his freshmen season at Silverado. Then his sophomore season was canceled. The PG has good size and shoots it well. He seems poised to be one of the top players in Reno while leading BM against 5A competition.
6’6 SG Desert Valley Prep 2024 (#16PHN 2024) From Coronado: Really excited to see Rodriguez take the floor this year. The sharpshooter is one of the tallest two guards in the state and should get the opportunity to apply his craft against stiff competition.
6’6 C Shadow Ridge 2022 From Rancho: Enriquez is one of the top Centers in the state. His frontcourt addition should help SR a great deal. He’s a good athlete with the ability to be one of the top rebounders in the state.