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HSGameTime high school boys basketball players to watch

By in Press Enterprise on November 29, 2017

By Eric-Paul Johnson

Players were chosen from schools within the coverage area of The Press-Enterprise

David Agba, Roosevelt, Sr. — Will improve on last season’s averages of 6.9 points and 6.5 rebounds

Myles Arnold, Summit, Sr. — Led the SkyHawks in scoring (15.7) and assists (3.3) last season

Lamont Butler, Riverside Poly, So. — Will be looking to build off a solid freshman campaign

Jaylen Clark, Centennial, So. — Potential breakout player who averaged 9.9 points as a freshman

C.J. Clemons, Beaumont, Sr. — Led the Cougars with averages of 20.2 points and 10.4 rebounds

D.J. Davis, Centennial, So. — Sharpshooter drained 125 3-pointers during his freshman season

Solomon Davis, Rancho Christian, Jr. — Averaged 16.6 points and shot 57.8 percent from the field

Jerod Elliot, La Sierra, Sr. — Averaged 17.2 points for the defending River Valley League champs

Anthony Holland, Notre Dame, Jr. — Led Titans in scoring (16.4), rebounds (7.3) and 3-pointers (82)

Jeremiah Martin, Cajon, Sr. — Dominant player when healthy; averaged a double-double last season

Isaiah Mobley, Rancho Christian, Jr. — Versatile 6-foot-9 forward fills the stat sheet every night

Brandon Sapp, Temescal Canyon, Sr. — Veteran guard is among 12 returning players for the Titans

Jaxen Turner, Rancho Verde, Jr. — Had a breakthrough sophomore season, earning all-CIF-SS honors

Mason Westlake, North, Sr. — Led the Huskies in scoring (12.7) and also knocked down 81 3-pointers

Mykale Williams, Redlands East Valley, Sr. — At 6-7, has the ability to dominate down low


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