All Under the Radar Team: 2018

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Posted On: 02/13/18 12:30 AM

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During the month of February, the NBA All-Star Weekend takes place in which players are selected from each conference based off their performance for the first half of the season. The All-Star starters are what brings the most excitement for the game. In honor of the all-star starter selection, Prep Hoops Nor-Cal would like to feature an “All Under the Radar Team” for each class throughout Northern California. A player from each position will be selected to round up the team. The other teams feature freshman like Salesian’s Houston Mallette, sophomore Teiano Hardee, and junior guard Miles Amos . These are the five seniors that are on the “All Under the Radar Team”.

Darrion Trammell – St. Ignatius HS PG

Darrion has a high basketball IQ and has great court vision. He also has the ability to score and defend at a high level. With the Bay Area being so guard heavy, Trammell tends to be overlooked.

Aaron Porcil – Vanden HS Combo Guard

Porcil’s stock has rose during his senior season which has led to him decommiting from St. Michael’s University. Porcil has helped lead Vanden to a 9-0 conference record so far and has had some breakout games during that stretch.

Anthony Thomas – Vallejo HS SF

Thomas has been highly sought after from junior colleges all over Northern California due to his play this season. He has been a double-double machine and has showcased his athletic ability by running the floor, and getting over the rim for highlight reel plays.

Cole Cummings – Justin-Siena HS PF

Cummings has a great touch around the basket and has the ability to face up and shoot from the outside. His long 6’6′ frame to go along with his skill set will make him ideal at the division 2 level.

Josh Jefferson – Salesian HS C

Jefferson does a good job cleaning up the glass and protecting the pain for Salesian. There are a lot of small division 2 schools that would love to have Jefferson’s size and ability to rebound.