Radar Watch: 2019

High School
Northern California

Posted On: 07/8/18 8:53 PM

As the July Live Period kicks off this upcoming week, there are a few players out of the class of 2019 to look out for from Northern California. They may not be household names now, but they can be by the end of this recruiting period as they all will use this month to lead right into the start of their senior year.

Damon Fowler – Vallejo High School Guard 6’2′

Fowler is a very crafty left-handed player who gets to the rim well and does an excellent job of jump stopping into two-foot finishes. He is also a streaky shooter and is a descent on-ball defender. Expect for him to make noise this month and his senior year at Vallejo High School.

Cameron Joseph – Armijo High School Guard 6’3′

Joseph is a very underrated player because of his “Tim Duncan” like demeanor on the court. He doesn’t say much nor shows much emotion, but he plays hard and has a high basketball IQ. Joseph is a long guard who can get to the rim and shoot from the outside. He gets his hands on deflections and also rebounds well for his size.

Danny Koenen – Benicia High School 6’3′

Koenen is a scrappy player who does a good job of defending players bigger than him because of his strength. He can get to the rim, rebounds well, and is a very tough competitor.

Deontae Jenkins – Vallejo High School Point Guard 5’8′

Jenkins is one of the hardest working guards in the area because of his motor. He has non-stop energy and is a very strong guard. Opposing guards will hate to face him because he can defend full-court, and also has blazing speed with the ball.

Ezekiel Dycus – Jesse Bethel High School Guard 6’4′

Dycus has really good length and jumps well. His length makes him a solid perimeter defender and an underrated rebounder. He also gets to the rim well and isn’t bad shooting from the outside.

Taejon Frederickson – Vallejo High School Guard 6’1′

Frederickson is a good catch and shoot player who moves well without the ball. He has improved on his ability to put the ball on the floor which has made him a better offensive player overall. Frederickson had a good showing playing with Vallejo High during summer league as he showed growth in his game.

 

Prep Hoops Staff