2020 Most Improved Players 

High School
Northern California

Posted On: 08/23/18 1:30 AM

After analyzing the last month of the AAU season there were some players that improved their play and are worth keeping an eye on for the upcoming season. These players are looking to make an impact at their schools during their junior season and improve their stock before heading into their last AAU season. Here are a list of the most improved players out of the class of 2020.
 
Dayton Magana – Central Catholic HS 5’7′ PG
 
Dayton is a true floor general with the ability of making his teammates better. He is a two-sport athlete as he plays football for Central Catholic as well. His experience on the football field gives him toughness and makes him a pit-bull on the basketball court.
 
Rashjon Martinez – Vanden HS 6’3 PG
 
Rashjon is starting to make a name for himself as a solid 2-way player. He has great length and he is starting to shoot the ball more consistently.
 
Brahjon Thompson – James Logan HS 6’0 PG
 
Thompson is a smooth lefty who can score the basketball. He is crafty getting through the lane and he has good court vision. Expect a breakout year this season at James Logan.
 
Daniel Fagan – De Anza HS 6’0 PG
 
Fagan has a high basketball IQ and can shoot the ball from the outside. Once he improves his strength he will make another huge leap amongst his peers. 
 
Jeremiah King – Vallejo HS 6’4′ SG
 
King is a long athlete who has a great mid-range game. He has the ability to elevate off one or two dribbles for pull-up shots and he can also catch and shoot from 3. King is definitely a rising prospect.