Posted On: 12/5/18 2:48 PM
Not every high school player plays varsity as a freshman. This means that every fall, there are sophomores who hovered well below the radar who emerge in their first season on the upper team. This year is no different. Here are some of the better sophomores that you should get to know based on their early season performances. And the list includes a sophomore who made an impression on the JV level.
San Diego Sophomore Sleepers
Joey Cleaves, 5-8 PG, Steele Canyon
Cleaves will pass no one’s eye test, but he is fun to watch. The crafty floor general has tight handle, deceptive quickness and pretty high-level feel with the ball. A reluctant scorer, Cleaves needs to continue to extend his range on hi