The Class of 2024 Rankings have been updated. Heres our first group of stock risers who have made a move up. Jordy McKenzie Jordy McKenzie 6'5" | SG Archbishop Riordan | 2024 State CA-N 6’4 of Pinole Valley HS McKenzie…
The Class of 2024 Rankings have been updated. Heres our first group of stock risers who have made a move up.
6’4 of Pinole Valley HS
McKenzie moves back into the top 10 in NorCal after a brief stay in SoCal. He did play this season at Pinole Valley averaging 13ppg, helping the team to a 28-7 overall record and a run in the play-offs. He’s once again showing his skills for Team Arsenal Elite this Spring. At 6’4 he’s a quick guard with quality handles, and the ability to create, pass, and put points on the board in different ways.
6’0 Guard of Del Oro HS
Pinnick is an athlete that excels in multiple sports, that could be why he’s a bit underrated as a basketball player. He’s as tough, and productive as any guard in NorCal. The 5’10 guard can control the pace of a game, readily get into the paint with his handles for strong drives, and paint jumpers. He’ll pull-up for 3’s on the perimeter, drop a few in transition. He’s an excellent floor leader who can defend the other quick guards.
6’10 Post of Priory HS
The 6’10 prospect one of NorCal’s tallest prospects continues to grow his game. He’s a rim protector, a rebounder, and defender. He runs the middle of the court. Offensively you can lob it in to him, he’ll score on the low block and work from the high post passing, and using a dribble to get to the front of the rim.
6’9 Forward of San Leandro HS
He’s had a busy Spring playing with multiple teams all over the West Coast, as he’s made progress as a prospect who continues to develop his game. He’s a shot blocker with instinct and timing. He’s long, and lengthy to disrupt shooters in the corners. He has good bounce to get rebounds out of his area, he’ll race up the middle of the court. He’s been shooting 3’s when open.
6’5 Guard Monterey Trail HS
He’s a prospect that plays with a high level of intensity on both ends of the court. He’s capable of playing multiple positions on offense and defense. At 6’5 he’s an improved guard, yet has the toughness to get a bucket when he goes into the paint. He can drive it, hit the paint and mid-range jumper and a 3ptr. He’ll get rebounds, and defend.
6’4 G/W of St. Mary’s HS, Stockton, CA.
Ward the 2 sport athlete is one of the better players in the Stockton area. He’s a top prospect in football but is good on the basketball court using his athleticism to effectively slash and cut to get buckets. He has good handles to get his own points working along the perimeter. He’ll finish in transition above the rim, score inside with toughness. He’ll defend, run the court, and rebound.
6’3 Guard of San Marin HS
Cubley is always in the gym working to improve his foot speed and overall game. He was the leading scorer and rebounder on his high school team at 20ppg, and 5rebs. He’s been productive this spring challenging himself against quality competition. The 6’3 guard improved his handles to push in transition, and make tough drives into the paint from different angles. He’ll finish above the rim, he gets good lift on his jumper, he has 3pt range.
6’6 W/F of Santa Cruz HS
Dotten continues to raise his level of play against quality competition. He’s improved his game away from the basket this Spring. His ball handling, passing in transition and in half-court is good. He’s shooting corner 3’s with some success. His dribble drive into the paint produces points. He’ll rebound and get points in the paint.
6’3 Guard of Campolindo HS
The 6’3 prospect showed he could effectively work from the free throw area as a triple threat with quality passing and a free throw jumper during high school. In the Spring he’s showing guard skills. He rebounds, initiates the fast break using quality handles, and is fast going up the court. He has vision, and ball handling skills to drive it into the paint, pass to open shooters, most of all he’s shown us he can knock down the 3pt shot in transition and spotting up along the perimeters.