Posted On: 10/7/15 10:15 PM

C.J. Cetta was the first player to sign up for the inaugural Prep Hoops Colorado Prime Time Prospects Combine, and he showed up the event on Sept. 26 ready to make an impression.

“I really just wanted to make sure I left everything on the floor,” said Cetta, a 6-foot-2 senior guard at Douglas County. “I didn’t want to leave with any regrets.”

Cetta left with something else – the title of the first Prep Hoops Colorado Combine King.

It was no easy decision, as there were a handful of big-time performances. But after closely examining the testing results and scrutinizing our observations from the games, Cetta had the most complete all-around performance at the combine.

He tied for fifth in 3-point shooting, tied for third in elbow-to-elbow shooting, was first in interior shooting (Mikan drill), finished 17th in the three-quarter court sprint with the ball, seventh without the ball, sixth in lane agility, fifth in weave agility and 14th in vertical. So he was top 17 in every test and top 10 in all but two. Impressive work, indeed.

In the games, Cetta played with energy on both ends of the court, displaying an impressive offensive arsenal that includes

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